How To Keep Your Glass Railings In Tip-Top Shape

Posted on: 16 January 2017

Glass railings are delicate things and can be easily marred and dirtied. If the glass railings are outside, it is even more important to care for them properly. Here are some tips and tricks to keeping your glass railings in tip-top shape. Keeping Them Clean Inside, your glass railings are easily cleaned with glass cleaner and a soft cloth. It is generally recommended that you use cloths designated for the cleaning of glass and nothing else.
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Tips For Assessing Your Air Conditioning After An Electrical Storm

Posted on: 20 December 2016

If you live in an area that's prone to lightning storms, it's important that you understand how those storms can affect your central air conditioning system. After all, while most homeowners understand that a direct strike can cause damage, many don't realize that even indirect lightning strikes can lead to electrical damage that can affect your air conditioning. Here are a few things to watch for with your system following a storm.
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3 Excellent Reasons Why A General Contractor Should Hire A Truss Contractor To Create Their Trusses

Posted on: 7 December 2016

When a general contractor is building a home, they have several different areas of the home that they hire different specialist to help create and install. This includes the electric work, the plumbing work, the cabinets, etc. Another aspect of the home that a general contractor should consider hiring a specialist for are the trusses. A truss contractor is going to be able to do a great job creating the trusses, which will simply make the structure as a whole that much better.
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Nipping At Your Nose? Tips For Keeping Warm On The Cheap

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Wintertime is creeping up on you again, and with colder weather means more of a need for heat in the house. But if you don't have central heating, or if you have a very small budget with which to work to heat your house up, you may be dreading the nights of frozen toes and noses that you see before you. It doesn't have to be this way, however – there are lots of ways of staying warm this winter without having to wrap yourself in a blanket (or two, or three) 24/7 until March or April.
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