Maintenance Tips for Your Roof

Posted on: 26 January 2017

You probably do quite a bit around your house with daily, monthly and seasonal chores. Things to keep your home looking clean inside and out, as well as maintenance work to keep everything running properly and efficiently. One portion of your home that you probably forget to maintain is your roof. It's literally the cover over your head, but probably the most neglected part of your home. Your roof should also be maintained, just like the rest of your home.
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The Mold Problems In Your Home That You May Be Little Aware Of

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Mold can be a problem in your home that you may not even be aware of. There are times when obvious water damage from plumbing or flooding can cause mold. Other problems like leaks, moisture from plumbing, or condensation can cause mold to start to grow in your home. Even though a mold problem may start small, it will grow. Here are some of the mold problems that start small in your home and lead to bigger issues:
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How Clock Restoration Can Be A Meaningful Gift

Posted on: 28 December 2016

Are you still trying to figure out what to get your parents or grandparents as a gift? Does one of them own an heirloom clock that has seen better days? Although you and your family may be under the impression that there's nothing to be done for the clock, that may not be true. Here are some things that a restoration expert can do for your family's prized antique clock:
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Tips For Repairing A Ripped Window Screen

Posted on: 23 November 2016

If you've got rips in some window screens from a rambunctious dog, you'll probably have to replace the entire screen. You can fix tiny holes with thread or magnets, but the repair job looks shoddy if you try to tape or sew a large rip. Repairing a window screen isn't too difficult. All you have to do is pull out the old screen and force the new one into place with a roller and spline.
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