Three Common Electrical Hazards You Can Fix Yourself

Posted on: 6 October 2016

Although some electrical hazards require an electrician's help to prevent an electrical fire or electrocution, there's actually quite a lot of danger that Americans put themselves in every day by careless or ignorant use of their electrical system. Here are three common hazards found in American homes that you can remedy simply by changing your own habits. 1. Overloaded outlets It may seem odd that you can buy power strips and other splitting devices at all if it's unsafe to plug multiple devices into one outlet.
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Topics to Discuss with Your Spouse When Having a New Home Built

Posted on: 16 September 2016

Having a new home built instead of simply moving into an existing home is an exciting thing for any couple. The ability to completely customize the look of your new home means that you won't have to worry about renovations upon moving in; instead, you'll simply get to enjoy the space. Before you begin the process of hiring a new home builder and talking about the available options, it's important to have a serious conversation with your spouse.
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Two Tips To Help Keep Your Asphalt Roof In Good Condition

Posted on: 26 August 2016

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

Posted on: 6 August 2016

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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