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Frequently Asked Questions About Algae On A Roof

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If you look at your roof and see algae, you have many questions about where it came from, why it’s there, and how to best take care of the issue. Getting answers to the questions you have will better help you to understand why it is there and what action you need to take. Why is Algae on My Roof? When you first spot algae, you may ask yourself where it came from and why it is on your roof.…

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Tips To Help You Fix A Hot Water Deficiency In Your Home

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You depend upon your home’s water heater for heating water to use in in your home every day. When your hot water heater isn’t providing enough water to supply your family’s needs, there may be several different reasons for it. Here are some tips that can help you fix your home’s lack of hot water supply. Make Sure You Have the Right Size of Water Heater One reason your water heater may not be providing enough hot water for your family’s needs is because your water heater is not large enough to supply all your home’s fixtures.…

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4 Ways To Upgrade That Broken Window

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That errant baseball or tree limb that has turned your window into a pile of glass shards may have done you an indirect favor. Now’s the time to shake things up by exploring different kinds of window glass replacement (or even whole-window replacement) options. Here are four performance upgrades to consider. 1. Extra UV/Glare Protection Is your broken window in a room housing priceless antiques, rich tapestries, lush carpets and vivid paintings?…

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Trying To Avoid Household Floods? 2 Things You Need To Do Today

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Few things are more overwhelming than cleaning your home after a flood. In addition to removing loads of misplaced water and avoiding live electrical lines, you might also worry about longstanding damage such as warped wood and mold growth. Fortunately, you might be able to avoid problems by doing these two things today: 1: Install Point-Of-Use Water Detection Systems You might know where your water shutoff valves are, but what happens if that appliance starts overflowing when you aren’t home to turn off the water?…

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Inheriting Your Childhood Home? Proactive Reasons To Consider An Electrical Upgrade

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Inheriting your childhood home can be a dream come true. Not only does it allow you to relive pleasant memories from your past, but it also gives you an opportunity to share those memories with your children and grandchildren. Unfortunately, however, your childhood home may be hiding one or more dark secrets within its walls that could turn your dream into a nightmare, especially if it has not undergone electrical upgrades to make sure it conforms with all current safety codes.…

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Air Conditioning 101: Troubleshooting Your Ductless Heat Pump's Remote Control

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Instead of using a centralized thermostat, a typical ductless heat pump relies on a handheld remote for fan speed and temperature control. From time to time, you may find the remote non-responsive to your desired inputs. Whenever this happens, you’ll want to track the problem down with the following troubleshooting tips. Check the State of the Batteries As you troubleshoot your remote control, make sure you check the batteries first. Many problems that have occurred with ductless heat pump systems have turned out to be a simple case of the remote control’s batteries dying unexpectedly.…

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How Can You Take Advantage Of Your Roof's Prime Real Estate?

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If you own a large commercial building that houses a manufacturing facility, retail store, or other establishment, you may constantly be searching for ways to maximize your business’s production capacity and profits while minimizing your fixed carrying costs. One major untapped resource during this process can be your roof – and there are a variety of improvements you can make to help your commercial roof carry its figurative weight. Read on to learn more about two ways you can use your roof to help take advantage of its surrounding natural resources while helping your business save (or even make) money.…

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5 Ways To Make A Living Room Feel Larger Using Custom Glass

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Dealing with a small living space is all about the perspective in your mind. By making proper adjustments and changes to your home, a room can really open up and feel larger. To help get rid of the small and claustrophobic feeling, you can infuse a lot of glass products. Specifically in the living room, custom glass designs can make the room feel large, open, and ready for entertaining. The following five custom glass products can be added to all types of living room designs and feature a lot of custom elements in them.…

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5 Tips to Make Your Garden Flourish

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Gardening can be tough work, and if you are just starting a garden you might be hesitant about your ability to make your garden flourish. However, if you follow a few simple steps you can have a flourishing garden in your yard in no time. Ensure You Have Enriched Topsoil Top soil is the topmost part of the soil in which your plants will grow, and it is important that you have the right topsoil for your plants to grow properly.…

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Can Your Fire Detection System Smell Smoke?

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The best fire sprinkler system in the world is one that never has to be used. This is because if your system is connected to an appropriate smoke detection system, you should be able to detect any problems before they become a major event in which your fire sprinkler will be activated. The key to the success of this plan is to have a fire detection system installed that will be able to not only discern smoke at the earliest levels, but will also be able to differentiate smoke from dust, as well as other air particles that can trigger false alarms.…

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