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  • Why Some Remodeling Contractors Are Like Interior Designers

    Remodeling contractors, for the most part, will just remodel what you tell them to remodel. You provide the supplies, and they just do the job. While that is well and good, and as most homeowners intended, there are some remodeling contractors who are a lot more like interior designers. This can also be a good thing, as you shall see. Like Interior Designers, These Remodeling Contractors Offer Suggestions Sometimes other people have really good ideas about how to transform a room in your house.
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  • Tips For Plumbing Leak Detection

    Leaks may appear to be a small problem, but left unattended they can cause serious damage. That leaky faucet could translate into gallons of lost water and high water bills. Leaks can damage your ceiling, form cracks on walls, cause pipes to rust, and threaten the overall structure of your home. Here are a few tips on how to detect leaks. Leaky Faucets The most obvious sign of a leak is a faucet that won't turn off completely.
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  • Moving Your Mom? 3 Tips For Helping An Aging Parent Down Size Their Home

    As the boomer generation continues to grow older, many are finding themselves unable to continue living in a large home of their own, especially if they are widowed or divorced. This means that their children often find themselves overseeing the process of helping their elderly parent move from the family home to a smaller, more convenient one, or into some other type of living situation, such as a residential care facility.
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  • Worried About Your Well? How To Tell When It's About To Fail You

    When the water to your home comes from your own personal well, you can't afford to be dealing with well troubles. Once your well gives out, the supply of water to your home comes to an end. Unfortunately, when that happens, you'll be without water until you can get a new well drilled. To help you avoid an emergency situation where you're faced with the prospect of no water, here are three warning signs you should watch for.
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  • Creating A Mini Soccer Pitch: Three Options To Consider For Your Park

    Whether your park district is considering the start of a youth soccer league or you simply want to carve out additional playing space at one of your park locations, a mini soccer pitch can make a great addition to your public space. As you plan out the mini pitch, take the following ideas into consideration to create an inviting space for players and spectators alike. Portable Soccer Wall A portable soccer wall lets you create the playing space, defining the borders of the field while also setting off the pitch from the rest of your park's open space.
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  • 4 FAQs About Wooden Garage Doors

    Have you looked at your garage door and decided it's time to replace it? If so, there are many different materials from which you can choose. Wooden garage doors are some of the most beautiful, but they aren't right for everyone. Check out these four frequently asked questions about wooden garage doors so you can decide if they are a right fit for your home. How Much Do They Cost?
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  • Three Tips For Room Additions

    If you ever want to build your household in a way that makes sense, it pays to look into a room addition. Paying for a room addition will allow you to make better use of your square footage, so you can use your home in a way that matters most. To this end, read on and follow these tips so that you're best able to handle a room addition in a way that will serve you.
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  • Renting Specialty Tools Instead Of Buying Them

    When you start a project that requires some very specialized tool, buying it for one use might not make sense. Whether you are a professional that is working on a job that you need a tool for or a homeowner working on your house, there are times when you will need something you don't have. You can rent just about any tool you need if you know where to look for it.
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  • Stove Getting Old? 2 Problems You May Have With Your Oven

    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

    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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