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Why Maintaining A Clean Space Is Extremely Crucial

Cleanliness and hygiene are not only about keeping yourself clean and staying away from harmful bacteria. It is a rather vast arena and includes...

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Five Frequently Asked Questions about Residential Roofing

A roof is one of the essential parts of a house. It is also one of the most expensive parts of a house to be maintained or replaced. Homeowners are...

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How to Maximize the Life of Your Water Heater

Your water heater is one of those home appliances that help your life be comfortable. So, you want to make sure that it is lasting as long as...

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Why Is My Well Pump Short Cycling?

Your well pump is an essential piece of kit that is often overlooked until something goes wrong with it. Unless you want to draw water by hand you...

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What to Save for Common Homeowner Expenses

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Beautiful Restoration Techniques for Teak Furniture

Beautiful Restoration Techniques for Teak Furniture

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

Teak wood furniture is very beautiful, and an especially popular choice for outdoors. While brand-new teak wood furniture has a beautiful honey color, over time and exposure to sun and the elements, the color of the wood changes to a silver-gray. While some people actually prefer the silver-gray color of aged teak wood, there are some simple restoration techniques you can use to restore the original color of the wood. Continue reading →

Be Prepared: What Do You Need in Your Home Improvement Toolbox?

Be Prepared: What Do You Need in Your Home Improvement Toolbox?

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

What is in your toolbox? Do you have all the basics? Of course, some of the more obvious tools that everybody needs are standard hand tools. Have a good assortment of straight and Phillips screwdrivers in your toolbox, and include an Allen wrench set as well. Continue reading →

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Adding Privacy without Curtains or Blinds

Adding Privacy without Curtains or Blinds

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

If you have no curtains or blinds covering your window, there are a few ways to make sure you have the privacy you need. You can apply a film or decal directly onto the window, or use furnishings or accessories to obstruct the view of your room from the outside. Continue reading →

Choosing the Right Roofing Materials for the Right Job

Choosing the Right Roofing Materials for the Right Job

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

Choosing the right roofing materials begins with knowing what you will need for the job. Once you find the page that lists the materials needed you will then need to know what would be the best type to purchase. Continue reading →

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Getting Rid of Carpet Stains

Getting Rid of Carpet Stains

by Jessica Ackerman on Jan 14, 2010

The mess on your carpet is not a pretty sight. But the good news is that most carpet stains can be removed with the right tools, using the right procedure. It is important to treat spills or stains as soon as they occur. Any solid deposits should first be scraped up, and dry absorbent towels or paper kitchen towels should be used to soak up the liquid. Blotting from the outer edge in is recommended, rather than rubbing or soaking the stain with water, as this will cause the stain to spread over Continue reading →

All About Woolen Rugs

All About Woolen Rugs

by Guest on Jan 14, 2010

Rugs are well known for their flexibility, durability and some of them for their adaptability to the different seasons. One of the finest fabrics used for the area rugs is wool. Wool rugs are one of the finest floor coverings, they are known for their value of money, style, their different designs and varieties, beauty and even their longevity. Continue reading →

How to Stain Furniture

How to Stain Furniture

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

Staining an unfinished piece of furniture or refinishing an older piece is a great way to have a quality piece at a fraction of the cost. The process is fairly simple and depending on if you have to remove an old finish or not isn't that difficult to do. Below are some steps you can take, to stain furniture and achieve a professional looking finish when you are through. Continue reading →

How to Restore the Grout between the Tiles

How to Restore the Grout between the Tiles

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

The tiles on the floor and wall seem to last forever, with a little cleaning and polishing they can look new, except for one thing. Over time the grout between your tiles starts to fade giving your tile a less attractive appearance. Well here are a few simple steps to revitalize your grout making the floors and walls look brand new, without the back-breaking work of removing old grout and re-grouting your tile floor or wall. Continue reading →

How to Prevent Drafts in the Home

How to Prevent Drafts in the Home

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

Doors and windows are the most common places where a draft enters the home, and each one needs assessed as to the severity of the draft present. This can be accomplished by placing a lit candle near each door and window, and watching the manner in which the flame moves, or in extreme cases, is extinguished. Continue reading →

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How to Wax Your Floor - Vinyl, Laminate, Hardwood Floors

How to Wax Your Floor - Vinyl, Laminate, Hardwood Floors

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

Many people shy away from waxing their floors because they fear that it will be too much work, but waxing a floor is not a difficult or complicated task. A clean, well-waxed floor gives a nice look to an entire room and can be easily done with the right tools. Continue reading →

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