Chimney Tuckpointing: Why It Is Vital For Damaged Mortar Joints

Posted on: 4 February 2015

Has the mortar between the bricks of your chimney started to deteriorate? You may want to consider hiring a professional, such as AAA-1 Masonry & Tuckpointing, to perform tuckpointing before the bricks fall off. In this article, find out why tuckpointing is necessary and how it is done. Why is Tuckpointing Necessary for a Chimney with Damaged Mortar? The mortar joints between the bricks of the chimney are the only thing keeping the bricks from crashing down.
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The Advantages Of Portable Toilet Rental Over An Outhouse

Posted on: 29 January 2015

If your home or business has the need for an outdoor toilet, you may feel that having a permanent outhouse set on the property is your best option. Once you have the holding tank in place, and the toilet shed installed, you think the work and cost is over. However, there is still regular maintenance and tasks that need to be done. Here are a few reasons you may find it more beneficial to rent a portable toilet.
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3 Guidelines For Taking Advantage Of Insulation In The Home

Posted on: 27 January 2015

The need for adequate insulation to get you through the brutal and winter months is a reality that most households in the United States must face. When you set out to take care of all your fiberglass insulation needs, you will also need to be sure that you study the specifics of insulation, so that you're better able to provide for yourself and your household.  So what if you don't know much about insulation, but need to take have it installed inside of your home?
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How To Troubleshoot A Garbage Disposal That Won't Turn On

Posted on: 20 January 2015

Do you have a garbage disposal that won't work? Whenever you flip the switch, does the disposal just stay silent? That can certainly be frustrating. However, you don't necessarily need to call a plumber right away. While most plumbers do provide garbage disposal service, it's very possible that the issue may be easy enough for you to fix on your own. With a little investigating, you can determine whether the problem is relatively straightforward.
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