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Common Questions About Sewer Line Repair

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your home likely produces vast quantities of waste water on a daily basis, and the sewer line is the part of your plumbing system that handles these substances. Unfortunately, it is possible for this line to develop a variety of problems over its lifespan. The sewer line is not a part of the house that many new homeowners know much about, and they will likely need a couple of common questions answered.  What Are The Signs A Sewer Line Needs To Be Repaired? There are many issues that can cause the sewer line to experience problems. From...

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Asbestos In Drywall: What Must Be Done Before It Is Removed & How To Get A Permit For It

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Renovating a home that involves the removal of drywall may need to get approved by an environmental quality specialist before it can be done. The reason is due to drywall possible containing a harmful mineral called asbestos that can cause you to become ill. In this article, you will learn what must be done before the drywall can be removed and how to get an asbestos permit if you don’t need a professional to remove it for you. What Must be Done Before Drywall is Removed? The first thing you must do is call the city to tell them that...

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Prevent Soil Erosion With Soil Stabilizing Plants And Trees

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Heavily sloped or loose soil is a hazard to landscaping. Fortunately, there are plants and trees you can use to help stabilize and beautify the soil in your yard. When choosing soil-stabilizing plants and trees, you can choose from a range of sizes, visual appeal, root type, and degree of ground cover. The Role Of Stabilizing Plants Loose soil is vulnerable to wind and water erosion. If the soil is unstable, nearby structures are put at risk. For this reason, stabilizing the soil is very important. Companies that specialize in soil...

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Around The House Leak Detection Tips

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A water leak can be both wasteful and expensive. Whether the source of the water leak is a faucet, toilet, or appliance, it’s imperative that you have the leak repaired by an experienced plumber as soon as possible. Unfortunately, leak detection isn’t always easy, but there are some tips and tricks you can follow to make detecting and repairing pesky water leaks easier around the house Toilet Leaks When most people think of water leaks, they tend to think of a dripping faucet. However, toilet leaks are extremely common...

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What Do Your Windows Need? Tips For Preparing Your Windows For Winter

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Broken or ill-fitting windows can cause a serious problem in the winter. Drafts can make your home unnecessarily cold, and can increase your heating bill by hundreds of dollars over the course of the season. Taking care of your windows can save you money during the winter, but should you have the window replaced or simply repaired, and if it should be replaced, should you replace the entire window or just the glass? Here are some ideas for getting your windows into great shape for winter: Window Repair Small cracks and drafts can often be...

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4 Common LCD Television Problems That May Require Professional Repairs

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have an LCD television, you are going to want to make sure that you are able to keep it running for as long as possible, especially since you might have paid a pretty penny for it. To help you accomplish that, take a moment to review the following problems that usually will not go away on their own and therefore need to be professional addressed. Spots Of Darkness Or Discoloration Some televisions might have a moment where the LCD screen will appear darker in one corner or where there will be some discoloration. However, should this...

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Giving Your Tree The Best Start: An Introduction To Bio Fertilizers

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

During the first year after transplant, your new tree has a lot of adjusting to do. The soil may be different, the roots need to anchor in the soil, and the tree is more susceptible to disease or dehydration. You’ll have to be vigilant during the first few months to keep your young tree growing strong. You can help make the transplant easier for your tree by using bio fertilizer during planting. What is bio fertilizer? These special fertilizers aren’t your standard dung or compost, nutrient-rich additives. They are actually living...

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How To Prepare Your Garage For Winter

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As the cold winter months approach, you are probably taking steps to ensure that your home is ready for the plunging temperatures. You might be concerned about things like cleaning out your fireplace and having your heating system inspected, but you probably haven’t thought about your garage. There are a few ways that you can help prepare your garage for the quickly approaching season: Grease Your Garage Door’s Moving Parts Your garage door has a lot of moving parts that need a little bit of TLC before the cold weather hits. Stand...

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Decorating Your Chain Link Fence With Flowers

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Chain link fencing is useful in keeping things contained or in keeping things out of an area. It may be useful, but it is also pretty plain-looking. Why not boost the look of your chain link fence by attaching some attractive flower pots? There are a few different styles that you can use, and they will make your fenced-in area look attractive while it does its job. Here are some instructions that you can use to make your own flower arrangements to hang on your fence. Recycled Flower Pots This project is different as it reuses bottles that...

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Securing Your Garage Door: Why And How

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It is very important to make sure that your garage door is secured at all times.  Since many homes that were built after the 1950’s have garages attached to the main house, an open or unsecured garage door is an open invitation for thieves and home invaders.  Once a thief is in the garage, entering the main home is simple.  The door leading to the inside of the house from the garage is often left unlocked.  Even if locked, the locks are typically easy to pick.  Some of these doors may not have a lock at...

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