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  • Two Tips To Help Keep Your Asphalt Roof In Good Condition

    Your roof is one of the most important parts of your house.  However, it's often also one of the most neglected.  It's so easy to forget that your roof needs to be maintained if it's going to remain that protective covering that it was designed to be.  If you have an asphalt roof, there are a few tasks you can perform to make sure that the roof is always in good condition.
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  • Architectural Glass Railings For Residential Buildings

    Architectural glass railings are an attractive feature of many residential buildings in urban and suburban locations. Glass railings are decorative and can provide varying degrees of privacy and security for your residence. If you have a residence in a scenic location, an architectural glass railing can be a desirable option to enclose a patio or outdoor seating and/or entertainment area. Here are some options to consider when installing a residential glass railing: 
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  • 3 Tips For Purchasing A Lot For A Custom Home

    Building a custom home on your own land can be a dream come true. But before you even start thinking about construction starting, it is important to select the right lot to build your new home on. Purchasing a lot can require a large financial investment, so no matter how eager you are to get the house started, it is in your best interest to take your time. Use the following tips to ensure that you buy the perfect lot to build your home on:
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  • 2 Reasons To Consider A Saltwater Spa

    Traditional chlorinated spas are a great addition to many homes due to all of the health and relaxation benefits that they can provide, but a saltwater spa can provide many of the same benefits as well as a few additional ones. A saltwater spa differs from a traditional spa in that it uses a chlorine generator to convert normal table salt into chlorine constantly rather than having to drop chlorine tablets into the spa.
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  • How To Know When It Is Time To Replace Your Well Pump

    If you have a well on your property, you are going to want to make sure that you are keeping an eye on the condition of the well pump. This way, you will know when it is time to have it replaced. To help you decide when it is time to call in the professionals, you will want to check out the following points. It Is Making A Lot Of Noise
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  • 3 Reasons To Change Your Air Conditioner's Air Filter

    Changing your air conditioner's air filter on a regular basis can help your air conditioner out in numerous ways. In addition to improving the air quality, it can also wind up preventing damage to your air conditioning unit itself. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn of just a few reasons why you should change your air conditioner's air filter on a regular basis, especially during peak usage season.
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  • Want To Make Your Rental More Appealing? Make Desirable Improvements To The Bathroom

    The bathroom is a room that all of your tenants are going to use, along with any guests they have over. It can have a significant impact on the overall impression you make on potential tenants. And, once tenants move in, they will want to impress their family and friends by having a nice bathroom to showcase. When you want to improve your rental's appeal, you cannot go wrong with desirable bathroom enhancements.
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  • Play It Cool: Reduce Air Conditioning Costs Without Sacrificing Comfort

    During the hot summer months, you may be tempted to crank up the air conditioning. It is certainly an easy way to quickly cool your home, but it may not be the most cost effective. Setting the thermostat to 78 degrees is common for saving money, but it may leave you feeling too warm. The tips below can help you keep nice and cool without overspending on your electric bill.
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  • Preventing Water Leaks From Occurring In The Home

    What may start as a small leak under a sink can end up causing major structural damage to your home if it goes unnoticed. On average, a home will lose 14% of its water to a leak. This is like money going down the drain. The worst leak is one that can be prevented. Statistics show that 93% of leaks could have been prevented just by using a leak detection system.
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  • Three Safe And Effective Alternatives To Removing Mold From Your House Walls And Wood

    Finding mold in your walls may make you want to turn to bleach. Bleach is certainly a good choice; however, if you have little ones or pets, it could prove to be a toxic solution. Bleach also only works to remove mold at the surface of your walls and won't remove what is growing in the actual wood. To better benefit your loved ones, turning to a safer and natural solution will be the better option.
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