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Add Value with Better Bathroom Design

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Choosing a Modern Living Room Design

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Wallpaper Repair - Repasting, Blisters, Tears, Spots

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How to Calculate the Right Amount of Paint for a Room

Painting a room, no matter how large or small, can create some confusion when it is time to purchase paint. You want to be sure that you get enough...

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Safety / Security

Is Your Home Safe?

Is Your Home Safe?

by Jessica Socheski on Feb 25, 2014

Ensuring the safety and security or your valuables and family is an important part of owning a home. You want to make sure that they are protected and safe from harm and not living in constant fear or danger. In order to do that, you should take an assessment of the security of your house to make sure that it is safe. Here are some of the main things you should consider around your house. Continue reading →

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Hidden Dangers that Could Cause a Fire in Your Home

Hidden Dangers that Could Cause a Fire in Your Home

by Boris Dzhingarov on Apr 7, 2014

As a homeowner, you understandably want to take every step possible to safeguard your home and to protect your family. There are many dangers that your home and family may be exposed to, and fire is a common one. Fires can and do occur in homes, and they can result in significant property damage and even injury or loss of life. Understanding some of the causes of fire in your home is the first step toward preventing the risk of fire. Continue reading →

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Choosing The Right Breed of Dog for Home Security Purposes

Choosing The Right Breed of Dog for Home Security Purposes

by Charlie Brown on Apr 19, 2014

Nowadays, dogs are not only associated with the zone of man’s best friend but you can take help of your furry little friend in order to protect your place from any burglar or thief. Their ferocious nature along with loyalty towards their masters and owners can make them the best alarming pets to safeguard your home when you are sleeping at night. Continue reading →

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How to Reduce Your Chance of a Break-In

How to Reduce Your Chance of a Break-In

by Jessica Socheski on Apr 23, 2014

We all take the standard precautions when leaving the house, like locking our doors and windows, but what if that is not enough to stop a burglar anymore? The safety of your home, possessions and especially family is paramount to any other home concerns. Everyone should be able to leave their home during the day and relax in their home at night knowing that they have taken every possible precaution to keep their home safe. Continue reading →

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What is a Home Warranty?

What is a Home Warranty?

by seizar kaelan on Apr 24, 2014

A home warranty is a special warranty that is applied to specific items in your home. While your homeowners insurance policy is there to cover damage to your home from vandalism, fire, and natural disasters; a home warranty will kick in to cover very specific damages and breakdowns, such as issues with your electrical system, a burst pipe, or a malfunctioning air conditioner or furnace - as well as most other major appliances in the home. Continue reading →

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Why Do Emergency Locksmith Services Exist?

Why Do Emergency Locksmith Services Exist?

by Boris Dzhingarov on May 12, 2014

If you take a look on the internet and in various local media outlets, you instantly notice the presence of advertisements about 24/7 locksmith service availability. In the event that you never had a key, alarm system or lock emergency to deal with in the past, you may dismiss the ads and not consider them much. This is one mistake that you may grow to regret in the future. Continue reading →

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How to Stop Thieves

How to Stop Thieves

by Ronald Cutts on May 15, 2014

If you want to stop thieves from getting into your house, lock all doors and windows! Does it sound simplistic? Well, that's the truth! People have a habit of spending a fortune on exceptional security locks and just leave them unlocked. Did you know that most residential burglaries are reported as non-force entries? This means that people just trust their neighbors, the milkman and the people/cars passing by and they decide to leave their doors unlocked. Continue reading →

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DIY Safety Tips for Beginners

DIY Safety Tips for Beginners

by Leona Zoey on May 21, 2014

Now that the winter is over and spring is here, you might be itching to get into some DIY. Even if you’re new to home renovation, you might feel as though you’re capable of jumping into a large project, and without the proper preparation in the form of some basic training, things could go horribly wrong for you. It’s important to be aware of the safety basics before you begin. Continue reading →

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Different Kinds of Safes

Different Kinds of Safes

by Guest on Jun 13, 2014

Upon mention of the word “safe”, several things probably come to mind. Some think of those in homes with jewelry and wads of cash, others may remember robberies in movies with large vaults involved. The basic premise of a safe is pretty much a no-brainer; it was invented to keep valuables safe. But, not a lot of people know the many kinds of safes there are. Continue reading →

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Guidelines to Use Scaffolding the Proper Way

Guidelines to Use Scaffolding the Proper Way

by Craig Daniel on Jun 25, 2014

Scaffolding is necessary in the construction industry to make sure that new buildings can be created and old buildings can be maintained. Before the scaffolding starts to get erected, you should make sure that the contractors are properly qualified to do so. Just because someone is trained to work on scaffolding does not mean they are trained to set it up either. Hence, make sure you look into qualifications. Continue reading →

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