Stove Getting Old? 2 Problems You May Have With Your Oven

Posted on: 25 August 2017

If your stove is getting old, you may start having problems with the oven. If you do, do not immediately go out and purchase a new stove. This is because some problems you will be able to fix on your own or an appliance repair contractor can repair the oven for you. Below are two things that may happen with the oven so you can be prepared. Oven Door Will Not Close All the Way
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3 Signs It's Time To Buy a New Cover for Your Hot Tub

Posted on: 8 July 2017

Keeping a cover on your hot tub is a good idea for a few reasons. One of the main reasons is the fact that it can help keep your hot tub nice and warm, so it will always be comfortable when you get in it. This can also help reduce the cost of owning your hot tub as well, since you do not have to worry about using as much energy to keep the temperature where it's supposed to be.
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Fire Protection Tips For Your Business

Posted on: 22 February 2017

In 2015, non-residential fires cost property owners more than $3 billion in damage. As a business owner, keeping your property out of this statistical group is important. Fortunately, there is a way you can easily work towards this goal. Here are just some of the things you can do lower the fire risk for your building.   Know Your Risk In any battle, you can't adequately protect yourself if you don't know what you're up against.
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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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