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Completing Minor Water Damage Repair On Your Ceiling Is As Easy As 1,2,3,!

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Minor water damage on your ceiling includes some staining, bubbling, and/or peeling plaster and paint. While this may look absolutely hideous, it may be completely cosmetic. Before you begin your own water damage repair work, make sure your efforts will not be destroyed by a repeat wetting of the materials. Then the job is as simple as three steps. ‚Äč1. Peel and Scrape Away the Flaking, Bubbling, and Peeling Paint and Plaster Read More»

2 Reasons To Invest In A Stainless Steel Chimney Liner

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A chimney liner is designed to run along the inside of your chimney flue in order to protect your chimney from the build up of chemicals and ash that can accumulate over the years. Listed below are just two reasons to consider stainless steel chimney liners. Additional Insulation One big reason to consider a stainless steel chimney liner is that it does allow you the option to increase your home’s insulation. Read More»

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Delay Getting a Windshield Replaced or Repaired

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It’s common to have a small chip or crack form on a windshield due to debris that hits the glass at high speeds. The damage starts off small at first, which is why you may decide to ignore the issue. Even small cracks can turn into large ones that require repair or replacement. Consider taking care of it for these four reasons. It Could Be Against the Law It is against the law in some states to drive with a damaged windshield, since it can impair your visions. Read More»

A Guide To Do-It-Yourself Gutter Cleaning

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Dirty gutters are a problem for at least the following reasons: Dirty gutters can prevent water from flowing down downspouts, and then water will run over the edge of the gutters and can cause problems for your foundations. Dirty gutters get heavy and can pull away from your house, making it so they will not work properly even if they are clean. Mosquitoes and other insects can use your gutters as a staging ground to launch attacks on you and your home. Read More»

Is A Garage Addition A Possibility For Your Home?

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One day you might find yourself wondering whether or not adding a garage to your home is a possibility.  Maybe you want a workshop or a place to store your cars safely? Maybe you just want extra storage? Whatever the reason, you need to do your homework before starting any construction. Find Out Restrictions The first thing to do is to find out if you are allowed to add a garage addition. Read More»

Three Tips To Help You Get More Energy Efficiency Out Of Your Windows

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If you are planning on having your windows replaced, you may need to do more than just windows to get the energy efficiency you want. There are other improvements that can help your home, such as the addition of insulation and sealing the exterior. You may also want to consider adding window treatments that help you save energy. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your window replacement investment: Read More»

Five Mistakes to Avoid When Using a Dehumidifier

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Dehumidifiers are often placed in a home that is experiencing mould growth problems. Excessive moisture in the air can accumulate on the surfaces of walls, floors, ceilings, and furniture and create an environment that’s conducive to mould growth.  If you’ve decided to try combatting excessive humidity levels and mould growth in your home with a dehumidifier, avoid the following five mistakes to maximize the effectiveness of this piece of equipment: Read More»