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  • Last-Minute Garage DIY Cleanouts Require Smart Dumpster Rental Steps

    8 January 2020

    One day, after months and months of planning, you decide to rent a dumpster and clean out your house. Does that sound like you? You might be saying, "No, I have to clean out my massively cluttered garage with almost no notice." If so, then there may be concerns about how you can book a last-minute dumpster rental.  The Necessity of Short-Notice Dumpster Bookings  Not everyone has weeks and weeks to plan for a garage cleanout.

  • How To Make Your Garage Look More Modern

    6 August 2019

    One of the most popular interior and exterior design trends right now is the mid-century modern vibe. Whether you have an old house or you are building a new house, if you want to attain this look, it's essential that you look at just about every detail of your home design. One of the things that you should look at is the exterior of your home, including your garage. This article will take a closer look at a few different ways that you can make the area around your garage look modern in no time.

  • What To Expect From A Weekly Spa Service

    18 May 2019

    Having a backyard spa comes with a lot of benefits, but there is also a lot of responsibility. If you want to be able to use your spa regularly and avoid costly repairs, you will need to ensure that your spa is properly maintained and cared for. While it is possible for you to take care of your spa on your own, it can be time consuming. One simple solution is to hire a professional spa service such as Anchor Pools & Spas to take care of your spa.

  • Three Benefits Of Installing A Water Softener

    24 January 2018

    Hard water refers to a problem with your home's water supply in which it contains a significant amount of dissolved minerals, most commonly calcium and magnesium. Over time, as hard water passes through your plumbing and faucets, it will leave behind a scaly buildup of these minerals, which is chalky white and can be hard to remove. Water softeners are a particular type of plumbing installation for your home that are designed to remove these dissolved minerals through an electric charge, replacing them with sodium.

  • Improving the Appearance of Your Small Business Parking Lot

    17 November 2016

    If you are a small business owner, you most likely take the time to keep your property looking favorable for customers who come to visit you. This will enhance their overall experience, possibly helping you to get subsequent sales as a result. One portion of your property you should tend to frequently is the parking lot. Since this is the area customers will use first, how you tend it will make a lasting impression. Here are a few steps you can take to make your parking area attractive to those visiting.

  • How To Clean Vinyl Window Siding

    25 July 2016

    To keep the siding looking its best, it's important to clean and maintain it on a regular basis. The climate in which you live will determine how often you'll need to wash the window siding, as natural elements such as rain, dust storms, and humidity can degrade the look of the vinyl over time. You can talk with your siding manufacturer or another professional, like Beissel Window & Siding, to see how often you need to clean your vinyl siding.

  • Two Possible Treatment Options For Ponding Water Issues

    13 January 2016

    While flat roofs can be aesthetically pleasing and are typically cheaper to install than sloped roofs, they are more prone to ponding water issues. This is when water from rain or other sources settle into small pools rather than draining away to the ground, which can occur for a variety of reasons including poor roof pitch and clogged drains. Over time, ponding water can cause leaks and structural issues. If you roof tends to pond water, here are two possible treatment options.

  • When Not To Seal Coat Your Pavement

    15 July 2015

    Seal coating asphalt is crucial to keeping it in good condition. Asphalt is naturally porous, so while sealed asphalt is very durable, unsealed asphalt is prone to many kinds of damage. Exposure to ultraviolet light accelerates the aging and cracking of asphalt, and water can infiltrate the surface, freezing and cracking the asphalt from within. Spills of oil or gas can also soak down into unsealed asphalt, reacting with the binder and softening the pavement.

  • 5 Different Methods For Clearing Clogged Drains

    10 February 2015

    Clogged drains can be a major hassle. It's always annoying to deal with a slow drain in a sink or a shower, and it can actually contribute to sanitation issues in your home. Plus, avoiding dealing with a clog can cause it to get worse and cost more to fix, so it's best to take care of these issues as soon as possible. Luckily, there is more way than one to get rid of a clog in your drain.

  • Top Reasons You Shouldn't Wait To Call A Plumber

    5 February 2015

    The average homeowner does not know a lot about plumbing and there is nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately, the average homeowner also puts off calling a plumber if the problem "is not that bad" or you think you can fix it by yourself. While you probably can fix something small such as tightening a faucet. You might not know where to begin if you have a pipe that is leaking. Waiting is just going to cause a small plumbing problem to get worse.