Home Building and Remodeling Tips

Worried About The Well House? Electrical Safety Tips When Using Temporary Heating Equipment

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Rural homeowners who live in areas where winter temperatures are often well below the freezing mark face some unique home maintenance challenges. One of these involves trying to ensure that their water well pump, pressure tank, and any exposed water supply lines housed inside their well house do not freeze, which has the potential to split or burst pipes, damage components, and leave the home’s occupants without water for long periods of time.…

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Gutters And Ice: What You Need To Know This Winter

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When most homeowners think about home gutter maintenance, they think about performing it during the summer and fall. Gutter maintenance is not often thought about during the wintertime; however, winter may actually be one of the most important times of year to perform maintenance on your home’s gutter system. By becoming familiar with how to protect your gutters during the colder weather, your roof and gutter system as a whole will thank you in the long run.…

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Three Reasons You Need To Seal Your Asphalt Surface

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Asphalt is the most common type of paving material, and for good reason: it is extremely affordable, easy to install, and can be used within hours of being properly laid down under the right conditions. However, no paving material is completely immune to damage due to weather exposure, and asphalt is no exception. In order to keep your asphalt in good structural condition, you need to make sure that you have it regularly sealed to protect the top layer from degrading.…

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