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Having Trouble Seeing Out Of A Double-Paned Window? Your Options Are To Repair Or Replace

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Double-paned windows are excellent at reducing heat transfer through the glass, unless the air pocket in between the two glass panes has been breached. When this happens, it causes fog to form in between the double panes in the summer and frost to form in the winter. If you are having a difficult time seeing out of a double-paned window in your home, it may be time to consider replacing the window so the window will work as it was meant to work.…

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Repairing Cracks In Your Asphalt Driveway: A Weekend DIY Project

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Has your asphalt driveway begun to develop a few cracks? Likely, this is a sign that the driveway is in need of sealing. But before you hire an asphalt repair company to come apply a coat of sealant, you can tackle the task of filling the actual cracks yourself. This will save you some money on repairs—and luckily, it’s a pretty simple project that you can complete in the span of an afternoon.…

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How to Do Three Easy DIY Roof Repairs

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Many homeowners leave all roof repairs to a professional, but this isn’t always necessary. There are a few common problems that almost anyone can fix if they are DIY-minded and able to follow basic roof-repair safety tips. Here is an explanation of three simple roof-repair projects. Replacing Shingles Natural factors such as falling branches and high winds pose a risk of shingles breaking or being pulled off of your roof. It is important to replace damaged or missing shingles as soon as possible, as a gap in the shingles on your roof will allow water to seep into the roof and rot the wooden sheathing.…

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How to Read a Crane Load Chart to Improve Safetly Levels on Your Job Site

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As a construction worker, there is a good chance you will be on a large job site with a crane at one time or another. This piece of heavy equipment is often rented in times of need, because most construction businesses don’t have a place to store a gigantic crane when not in use. Many construction companies also do not regularly employ specialty crane operators when they don’t have a crane on the job site, because of their high salaries.…

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Materials For Your New Home To Keep Your House Cool

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If you are in the market for a new home and you want the perfect abode to raise your family, then it may be wise to work with a home builder who can create the dream home for you. If you want your home built in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas, Miami, Orlando, Memphis or another city that regularly sees summer temperatures in the 80s and 90s, then you should make sure that your home is one that is built to reduce heat gain.…

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Why You Need Construction Fencing for Your HOA Pool Project

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An HOA swimming pool not only serves to bring a community together so they have an opportunity to socialize and create camaraderie, but it also helps increase property values and optimize interest in potential buyers. It can take several weeks to have your HOA swimming pool constructed, so it’s important to incorporate temporary fencing around the pool construction area. There are a variety of benefits that come with utilizing construction fencing while having your HOA swimming pool built.…

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How To Keep Your Aluminum Siding Looking Great And Long-Lasting

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Aluminum siding first began to be used for covering home exteriors in the 1940s and continued to be used through the 1970s. Because producing aluminum siding used a lot of energy and raw materials, its production and use began to decline in the 1970s. Despite this decline in use, aluminum siding is one of the most common types of siding you will find on homes today, so you may have it on your own home.…

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Bathroom Accessories You Need To Create A Dog Washing Station In Your Bathoom

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Dog washing can be difficult, but with a dedicated doggy washing area, the task gets a bit easier. Thinking about adding a washing station to your bathroom? You just need the right accessories. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Dog Friendly Tubs and Showers There are a range of customized showers and tubs that make washing dogs easier. Ultimately, your choice depends on the size of your dog and his preferences as well as the space available in your bathroom, but popular options include walk-in tubs, elevated tubs and showers.…

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4 Ways To Prevent A Septic Tank Backup From Ruining Your Backyard Wedding

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When you’re planning a backyard wedding, you have more to worry about than just renting picnic tables and hiring a caterer. Without proper planning, your septic tank could backup during your wedding, which is an easy way to ruin your party! Here are four ways to prevent an embarrassing septic tank backup during your backyard wedding. Pump the tank before your wedding The recommended pumping schedule for your septic tank is based on the number of people that are using it and how much waste water is being sent to the tank.…

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What To Do If Your Water Heater Starts Leaking

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Whether it’s a few drops or a big stream of water, a leaking water heater is not a problem you want to ignore. Over time, leaks from water heaters can perpetuate mold growth, leading to health issues like asthma and allergies. The leak could also grow larger, causing extensive damage to your floors and walls. If you think your water heater is leaking, take care of the issue by following these steps.…

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