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How Inclement Weather Can Affect Your Pool

Only a few months into 2019 and it has been the craziest winter on record for a number of years all across the country.  Heavy weather systems...

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Furnishing Your New Apartment on a Budget

`Moving into a new apartment is an exciting time. Perhaps it’s the first time you’ll be on your own, or you’re moving into your first place with a...

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Improving the Appearance of Your Home with External Wall Coatings

Improving the Appearance of Your Home with External Wall Coatings

by Guest on Jul 31, 2012

In spite of the many practical reasons for their decision, the majority of people carry out work to their home because they wish to improve or alter the physical appearance of their property. External Wall Coatings are one such improvement. Irrespective of the fact that they add a layer of insulation and help with the environmental friendliness of the home and its inhabitants, prevents damp and supports the structure of the home, the vast majority of homeowners would cite the physical appearance of their property as being the main reason for any improvement, such as external wall coatings to its exterior. Continue reading →

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How to Distantly Kill Wasps in the Attic

How to Distantly Kill Wasps in the Attic

by Guest on Nov 19, 2012

Wasp nest. But not just a simple one. It was in our attic. Wasps enter through a hole above one of the beams and are too far away to be reached from the windows. On top of that this is where our bedroom is and we were able to hear the zoom late in the evening which was irritating to say at least. Continue reading →

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Wall Cladding For The Home of Your Dreams

Wall Cladding For The Home of Your Dreams

by Guest on Mar 25, 2013

Everyone wishes to own a house of their dreams; a home that is designed as per their tastes and choices. When one goes house hunting, they conjure up the perfect idea of what their home should look like. They choose the most luxurious of colours that are like silk to the touch. They bedeck the different corners of their home with gorgeously fragrant flowers that cast an engaging spell on anyone who steps into their abode. Continue reading →

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How to Convert Your Attic to a Home Theater

How to Convert Your Attic to a Home Theater

by Tom Brown on Apr 10, 2013

Home theaters with huge LCD screens and deluxe sound systems are one of the hottest trends in home design today. An ideal home theater should have no windows as natural light detract the picture quality. If you are confused about which room to build your home theater in, consider your attic for the purpose. Here are some tips for building a home theater in the attic: Continue reading →

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Here is Why I Choose Spray Foam Insulation for my Home

Here is Why I Choose Spray Foam Insulation for my Home

by Peter Simon on Apr 8, 2014

Many building insulation materials are now commercially available to take care of the issue of loss of heat. However, I choose spray foam insulation over any other material, despite the expenses. Spray foam saves your money and is well worth the expenditure. Generally, the SPF insulation in homes reduces energy expenses and annual utility bills. You can achieve energy savings of up to 30% or greater with SPF insulation. Continue reading →

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Improving the Value of Your Home with an Exterior Wall Coating

Improving the Value of Your Home with an Exterior Wall Coating

by Andy Wood on Nov 9, 2014

Due to the recent decline in the economy and more specifically the housing sector, more and more people have decided to stay where they are instead of searching for a new home. With no end to the crisis in sight homeowners are now spending more money and time improving their homes with a view to increasing the value for when prices start to rise and a sale is more likely. Continue reading →

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Learning all about the Concertina Loft Ladder

Learning all about the Concertina Loft Ladder

by Boris Dzhingarov on Sep 2, 2015

If you are searching for a loft ladder that helps you to save space and that is also very efficient, then you may want to consider the concertina loft ladder, as it meets all those demands. Concertina loft ladders are perfect in areas with very little space. They are very compact, can always be depended upon and they are easy to use as well. Continue reading →

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Attic Fans Cause Headaches for Plumbers

Attic Fans Cause Headaches for Plumbers

by Guest on Jan 13, 2016

Many homes have attic fans. These fans used primarily to help exhaust hot air from your attic keeping your home cooler in the summer time. Typically the fan is operated by a control that senses heat and humidity in the attic. As the heat and humidity rise the fan turns on sucking the unwanted heat out of your attic and replacing it with cooler air. Continue reading →

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3 Ways to Deal With a Popcorn Ceiling

3 Ways to Deal With a Popcorn Ceiling

by Jason Tilton on Jul 28, 2017

There’s no interior finish more universally maligned than the dreaded popcorn ceiling. If you’ve ever laid eyes on one of a thousand DIY home improvement HGTV shows, you’ll know the first thing new homeowners do is go to great lengths to strip, scrape, mask, and disguise this particular dated ceiling treatment from hell. Continue reading →

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How to Repair Small Foundation Cracks

How to Repair Small Foundation Cracks

by Peter Ruffin on Aug 11, 2017

Identifying early symptoms of foundation trouble can save you thousands of dollars in repairs. The sooner you spot problems, the easier and less costly they will be to fix. The most common foundation issue homeowners encounter are cracks in their basement walls. Continue reading →

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