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  • How To Use A Drum Sander To Refinish Your Floor

    17 February 2016

    If you have a solid hardwood floor in your home, you can refinish it and completely change the look of that room. In fact, this is one of the main advantages of investing in a solid floor instead of an engineered hardwood floor. Since the floors made out of thicker, solid planks of wood, you can sand it down and refinish it as often as you need. If you try to do this with engineered floor, you might saying through the top layer and expose the lower layers of composite wood underneath.

  • 4 Tips For Maintaining A Septic System

    17 February 2016

    When properly cared for, a septic system provides a very effective way for households that are not connected to a municipal sewer to manage waste. But, failure to properly maintain a septic system can result in smelly problems and complete failure when neglected. If you're buying a property with a septic system, use the following tips to prevent problems and keep your system in good repair: Watch What Gets Flushed

  • Four Maintenance Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Wood Shake Roof

    27 January 2016

    If you want to have a unique and attractive look for the roof on your home, wood shakes can be a great choice. They can also last for decades with the right care and maintenance. You will want to do things like clean your shakes regularly and apply a stain as needed to ensure that your wood shakes last as long as possible. Here are some tips to help you get the most life out of your shake roof:

  • 3 House Updates That Will Lower Your House's Market Value

    21 January 2016

    Whenever you think of remodeling with the help of a general contractor, perhaps the first two things that pop into your head are, "My house is going to look great," and "This will greatly increase the value of my house." It just so happens that sometimes, especially with great big vanity projects, a remodeling job can serve to work against the value of your home, causing its overall value to plunge the depths.

  • Six Specialty Tools That You Want In Your Crafting Closet

    7 January 2016

    If you are into crafting, such as jewelry-making or floral design, there are a few tools from a hardware store or site that you should not be without. In addition to the conventional uses and applications, these tools are perfect for creating flower arrangements, crafting jewelry, or other crafts and home interior projects. Six specialty tools that are ideal for crafting projects include: Needle-nose pliers. Anyone who works with beads or jewelry will be glad to have a pair of needle-nose pliers in their crafting closet.

  • 4 Things To Know About Cleaning Your Rain Gutters

    18 December 2015

    Cleaning your home's rain gutters ensures that rain water drains away from your home. Clear gutters also prevent your home from sustaining water damage. It can also prevent problems with the foundation of your home since it will prevent the rain water from building up around the home causing loose soil to weaken the foundation. This is why you should clean the gutters regularly. Here's what you should know about doing this:

  • Securing Your Property With Information - Picking The Right Commercial Door

    1 December 2015

    Whether you're operating a small business with a limited fleet or a large company with a huge inventory of vehicles, selecting the right commercial door to secure your garages is an important task. An improper door can cause serious damage to your property, but making a smart choice can enhance that property's value and guarantee that you're in a position for maximum security.  Below, you'll find a guide to some of the materials available in commercial doors.