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Do You Have A Mold Problem In Your Home? Clean Your Air Conditioner's Filters

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Filters that are in good shape usually protect the air conditioning system from dust particles. Their ability to trap dust particles and mold spores also allows them to protect a home from these unwanted materials. These two things usually go a long way towards helping to keep a home safe from mold growth. Here is what you should know about the relationship between dirty filters, air conditioner performance, and mold problems.…

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4 Safety Tips To Keep In Mind When Getting A Wooden Multi-Level Deck Installed

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Getting a wood deck installed in your backyard can provide your family with a great place to entertain guests, but it can also come with some confusion if you’ve never had a contractor work on a project of this scale. Whether you hire a professional that specializes in decks or mainly home additions and the various project this includes, it’s a good idea to look into what you can do to make sure that a multi-level deck is a safe addition.…

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Brace Yourselves -- And Your Docks -- Winter Is Coming, Along With Ice Damage

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Did you just get your first dock this summer? You must have been very happy when the installation was done, leaving the dock nice and ready for you and your family’s vacations down at the lake or river. But the installation isn’t the only work you have to do on the dock; you have to get the dock ready for those times when you won’t use it, particularly in winter if you live in an area where temperatures drop below freezing.…

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3 Steps To Keeping Your Log Home Looking Like New With Sealant And Stain

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A log home can be a great looking home that can last for centuries. Your home will need some care and maintenance if you want it to stand the test of time. This can include repairing damaged logs and staining the wood to protect it from weathering. Sealing the logs can help protect your logs for years to come. Here are some simple steps to help you make your home last for generations:    …

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The ABCs Of Staying Sane During A Kitchen Remodel Project

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From replacing kitchen cabinets to installing new countertops, a kitchen renovation is one way to add value to your home. However, not every homeowner has the skills or tools to tackle a kitchen remodel project on their own, and even hiring to get the job done comes with its stress factors. If you have made arrangements with a contractor to have your kitchen remodeled, you should know that the more planning you put into the event, the less stressful the whole thing will be.…

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Three Ways to Keep Storm Drains Clear

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If you have just bought some land and there’s a storm drain on your private property, you’re going to have to learn fast how to keep that drain clear. City governments and utility departments don’t always handle drains on private property; while some might conduct periodic inspections, the bulk of the care and cleaning is up to you. Letting a storm drain clog up results in flooding on your land, possibly around your house, so follow these three tips to keep those drains as open as possible.…

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3 Things To Remember When Removing Popcorn Ceiling

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If your home currently has popcorn ceilings, you might be ready to get rid of them as soon as possible. Even though they might have been popular years ago, these ceilings can make your home look old and outdated. When removing your popcorn ceilings, just make sure that you remember these things so that you can enjoy the best possible results. 1. There Might Be Asbestos First of all, depending on the age of your home, there is the possibility of asbestos exposure when you start removing your popcorn ceiling.…

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3 Energy Efficient Commerical Roofing Options

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Energy efficiency is something that is becoming a bigger priority for many Americans. This trend toward energy efficiency is even showing up in commercial properties. The roof is one area that plays a big role in how energy efficient a building is. Commercial roofing, which is most commonly used for businesses, tends to be larger than residential roofing. It’s also usually flat or low sloped. Choosing roofing that is energy efficient for a business can reduce peak cooling demand by 10–15 percent.…

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Not Happy With Your Shower Door? A Few Things You Can Customize

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If you walk into your bathroom and are put off by the Plexiglas shower door in a wobbly frame that came with your shower enclosure, have no fear, you can have the door customized to fit the décor and style of the room. To get a better idea of what you might like, a trip to a local bathroom fixture store is in order; or you may just look online to find what you like.…

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Limit Stress While Getting Your Bathroom Remodeled With The Following Tips

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Remodeling your bathroom can be a fantastic way to add value and make it more functional, but it can also come with a lot of unknowns if you’ve never tackled a large remodeling project in the past. To get your bathroom in shape and prevent any unneeded stress, it’s a good idea to look into what kinds of steps you can take to limit the stress you could experience. Make Plans for the Bathroom That Will Be Out of Use…

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