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3 Reasons Why You Should Schedule Regular Drain Cleanings

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Have a bad odor lingering in your bathrooms? Or maybe mildew forming in your showers or sinks? The source of the issue could be your drains. Many people only have their drains cleaned or inspected when they have a clog. However, it may be wise to schedule drain cleanings before the clog even happens. In fact, regularly scheduled drain cleanings, through a company like Rapid Rooter Inc, could help you maintain a cleaner, healthier home.…

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What You Need To Know About Hiring A Custom Home Builder

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Hiring a team of custom home builders to handle a project carries with it a variety of pros and cons. If you’re curious about the options available to you as you start constructing a residence, here’s what you need to know. Uniqueness For folks who care a lot about having residences that are distinct, custom home contractors are a great choice. This is especially the case if your place is close to other ones, and it’s also a good option if you won’t have a lot of surrounding landscaping to use to distinguish a property.…

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3 Reasons Why Smoke Is Coming Back Down Your Chimney

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There are few things as enjoyable on a cold, winter day as sitting around a warm fire in your home’s fireplace. Your home’s fireplace can add a touch of warmth and character to the home, but it can also be a big energy saver as it provides natural heat. That can take some of the workload off your heating system. While a fireplace can be a nice added touch to any home, it’s also a feature that requires regular upkeep.…

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5 Pieces Of Lawn Care Equipment To Bring Your Landscape To The Next Level

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To keep your own yard looking good, you absolutely need the basics like a lawnmower, a rake, and a hose for watering. But what if you’re not happy with just the basics? What if you want your yard to look truly spectacular and be the talk of the town? Then, you’re going to need a little more equipment – including the five following items. 1. A Lawn Aerator Aerating your lawn basically means you punch tiny holes in the soil, which allows water and air to permeate down and reach the roots of the grass.…

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Tight Yard Space, Shed Delivery, And Protection Of Personal Property: Making It Work

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So, you want to put a nice, big storage shed on your property. The good news is that it comes already fully assembled. The bad news is, there does not seem to be a way to get it into your yard and drop it where you want it. Your yard is a decent size, but other structures present make it difficult to maneuver around it. You may be able to move the makeshift fence out of the way on the back corner of your property and use the parking lot behind your property to make the delivery easier.…

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Be Prepared For These Questions When You Show A Rental Unit

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When you work as a property manager, one of the most important tasks on your daily to-do list is showing rental units to prospective tenants. This meeting, which may only last a handful of minutes, can either show a prospective tenant that he or she wants to live in your building, or that this isn’t the case. Having a unit adequately prepared to show is instrumental, but you should also be ready to answer a series of questions that any informed tenant will have.…

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Tips To Help You Check And Repair Insulation Levels In Your Attic

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Your home is a barrier of protection to you and your family from the outside elements and extreme temperatures throughout the year. And the level of insulation within your home’s walls, floors, and especially your attic keep your home comfortable during winter and summer and also help reduce your home’s utility bills. An under-insulated attic is a big area of home energy loss in your home. Here are some steps to help you check the insulation inside your attic and repair it, as necessary.…

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Why You Should Waterproof Your Basement

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When you own a home, it can often seem like new things that you have to do just keep popping up all the time. This can make it tempting to “skip out” on some of the maintenance and general needs your home has. One thing you should never skip, however, is waterproofing your basement. There are a great many reasons why basement waterproofing is important and why you absolutely must do it for your home.…

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Restaining Wooden Storm Windows

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The funnest part about owning wooden storm windows is refinishing them. That is, over time, you can completely revamp the look of your windows by applying a new finish. What will age naturally, adding character and style to your fixtures. However, you will often need to reapply a stain finish to preserve the wood. Whether you are just refinishing your hardwood windows to change the style, cover up some bumps and bruises, or just because you want to reinforce existing finish, the hardest part is going to be prepping the wood.…

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Why You Shouldn't Mix Your Own Concrete For An Upcoming Home Project

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If you are thinking about tackling a home project that requires you to use concrete, you might be thinking about buying bags of concrete mix and mixing it up yourself. For example, you could assume that this is a good option for things like installing your own driveway or pouring a concrete pad for an air conditioning unit or a storage building. Even though you can easily and affordably buy a concrete mix to attempt to do it yourself, however, you will probably find that working with a concrete pumping company is going to be a better choice.…

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