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Light It Up: Creating The Right Ambiance With Room-By-Room Lighting

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When it comes to your home, you want everything to be perfect. Lighting is one of those details that need to be planned ahead of time. It’s not an easy task either, as it takes organization and creativity. The best way to go about it is to start at the entryway and your way through the rooms. Below, you’ll find lighting advice for the entryway, living room, dining room and kitchen – all of which require specific, detailed lighting:…

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Updating Old Kitchens For Better Work Flow

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Small, easily clogged pipes and slow food preparation are just two indicators of an old, under-powered kitchen that could use a serious jump start. As you plan for changes to your kitchen, consider a few upgrade points that can make cooking faster, cleaning easier, and breakdowns less common. Pipe Changes Are Cheaper Than Ever Older homes may be dealing with old plumbing that was designed to save money by being smaller.…

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Knowing When To Upgrade Your Plumbing System

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If you have an older home, the plumbing in your home can be a ticking bomb. The problem is that older homes use metal pipes. While copper is a good metal to use because of how easy it is to work with, it does have its weaknesses. Copper can degrade over time, and when it does, you will be dealing with some serious leaks. In order to protect your home, you need to make sure that you catch problems early enough so that you can upgrade your plumbing before you have serious water damage to deal with.…

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Washing Machine Repair: 3 Issues To Leave To The Professionals

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Washing machines might seem like relatively simple contraptions, but there are a host of issues that can impede their operation. One of the most common problems with washing machines is that, sometimes, they simply won’t start. There are a number of faulty components that may lead to a dishwasher’s failure to start, and this list outlines three of the most frequently cited causes. More importantly, it addresses the importance of leaving these kinds of repairs to professionals.…

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3 Treatments To Remove Moss On Your Roof

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Is your roof overrun by moss? If so, there are many ways to combat this problem. Many people prefer the use of chemicals due to their effectiveness. Here is an overview of three common chemicals you may want to try: Chlorine Bleach Chlorine bleach is sodium hypochlorite. It comes in different brand names and is suitable for use on a number of materials including metal and wood. Of course, you have to use it in the correct proportion as advised on each product’s packaging by the manufacturer.…

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5 Ways You Could Be Wasting Money On Heat

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Nobody likes to waste money on heat, but unfortunately, a lot of homeowners do this without even realizing it. If you do not pay careful attention to how much heat you are using, you can expect very high energy bills. Here are five ways you could be wasting money on heat. Not Covering Your Windows With Plastic If you do not cover your windows with plastic during the winter, you could waste a lot of heat.…

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Most Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Duct Cleaning In A Retail Business

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The ductwork of your retail business more than likely does not get a lot of attention unless there is something wrong with your HVAC system. However, what lies just beneath the surface of the ductwork could easily make you, your employees, and your customers sick. Pollen, dust, and debris often hide out in the ducts, but are continuously distributed in the air when the HVAC system is running. From itchy, watery eyes, to sore throats and irritated asthma, a dirty duct system can be a big deal.…

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Recognizing Foundation Troubles

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Many people will avoid buying a home that has foundation problems because they will run into quite a bit of money to have repaired. What happens if you are unaware of foundation troubles until after you bought your home, though? Are there ways to fix foundation problems? Luckily, foundation problems can be remedied. If you suspect you have a foundation problem, you will want to contact a professional foundation specialist in order to plan a course of action.…

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The Importance Of Building Codes In Aluminum Pool Fencing

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​Building codes for pool fences were adopted by state and local jurisdictions from voluntary codes devised by a building association known as BOCA, which stands for Building Officials and Code Administrators. This organization was later adopted into a later one called the ICC (International Code Council), but the term BOCA codes remains in standard use. Because the BOCA pool fence codes are used by local government agencies, compliance is mandatory. Each state or locality may enforce slightly different variations of the code.…

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Important Steps To Take If A Pipe Bursts In Your Home

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Winter weather can take its toll on your home in a number of ways, but one of the most damaging ways it can do so is in the form of a burst water pipe. A ruptured pipe in your home can cause structural and cosmetic damage, and can open the floodgates for a slew of problems. Here’s what to do to make sure you don’t have lasting damage to your home as a result of a burst pipe.…

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