2 Tips For Keeping Your Marble Shower Walls Looking Clean

Posted on: 25 August 2015

When you want a shower enclosure that is opulent and elegant, making the choice to include marble shower walls is a good option. Unfortunately, without proper professional marble cleaning, marble shower walls can quickly turn from a luxury to a headache. Here are two tips you can use to help keep your marble shower walls looking clean in the future. 1. Test your marble to see if it needs to be sealed.
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6 Tips For Getting Your House Ready For The Cold Weather

Posted on: 10 August 2015

The best time to fix all of those little drafty areas in your house, so you'll be warmer this winter, is in the summer. The work is much easier in a T-shirt and shorts than bundled up in a parka with a pair of mittens on. Get your supplies together and walk around the whole house. In an afternoon, you'll have the house sealed up and you'll no longer have to deal with drafty rooms.
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Top Reasons To Use A Professional Carpet Cleaning Service

Posted on: 26 July 2015

Do you have carpeting in some or all of your home? Are you trying to decide whether to hire a company to clean your carpets or whether you should attempt the job yourself? Here are some of the most important reasons why you should leave it to the professionals: Your carpet warranty: If you installed your carpet within the last year, you probably want to make sure that the warranty is still valid in case any issues arise.
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Steps To Take Before Building A Fence

Posted on: 12 July 2015

You may need a fence for many reasons: to keep your children safe, to keep your pets restrained, or to keep your swimming pool legal. Although some people choose to install fencing themselves, a contractor is often a better option. No matter who does the work, you will need to do some research before construction begins in order to make certain your new fence is legal. Restrictions  If your property is subject to municipality or neighborhood restrictions, you need to check to see what type of fence you are allowed to erect.
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