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3 Conditions That Mold Need To Grow In Your Home

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It is not uncommon for mold to grow in homes. In fact, there are many homes that get mold without the homeowners even realizing it. Is it not until the homeowners notice a smell, see the symptoms, or actually find mold that they even think that they have a problem. In order to grow properly mold needs a couple things. Here are some things that mold must have in order to grow. 1. Darkness Mold cannot grow as well if it has ultraviolet light. Mold grows best if it is in darkness. This is why many people get mold in places that they do not look...

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Give Your Home A New Look Through Unique Interior Painting Ideas

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you have lived in your home for a long period of time, you may find yourself yearning for something new and different. Changing your interior paint job can do just the trick. Adding a splash of color or using a unique painting style or technique can give you the change in your surroundings that you are longing for. Check out a few unique ways that you can update and alter your interior paint job to give your home a new look. Once you choose your design, you can hire an interior painting service and get to work. Paint An Accent Wall The...

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Five Elements to Make Your Waterside Living Easier

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you live on the water, you want your life to be as easy and relaxing as possible—that’s why you got that waterside property, right? Here are five things to make your waterside living just a little easier and maybe grab you a few more minutes of precious free time. Tide Clock If you live on the ocean, your life probably revolves around the tides. Whether you’re fishing, boating, or beaching, knowing when the tide is in or out is vital. Instead of getting an annual tide book or looking it up on the Internet every day, why not try...

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Working Together To Prevent Accidents – Roles Of Confined Space Team Members

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Some of the most difficult and dangerous work that is done on a construction site is that which happens in a confined space. When you find yourself on a job that requires you to access tight areas with poor lighting and low air quality, it’s important that you work to plan out the roles and responsibilities for everyone involved. Below, you’ll find a guide to some of the roles you should develop for your confined space work team. By following these suggestions, you’ll have a safe job site where all workers involved know and...

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Does Your Well Water Have These Concerns? Why A Water Test Is Imperative

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are adjusting to living in the country but you don’t like your water, you may need a new water softening system. If your water comes from a well and you don’t like the way that it smells or tastes, you want to make sure that it’s safe for consumption. If you didn’t have the well water tested when you purchased the house with a home inspection, or it’s been a long time since you’ve had the water tested, you’ll want to call a plumbing company, or the city water department to see if the water is...

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Tips For Making Over Your Bathroom With Vintage Style

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a cottage or historical home, then a vintage style bathroom fits well with your overall design. Indeed, vintage can be accommodated for almost any interior style. When choosing vintage elements for your bathroom, think Old World glamor updated with modern comfort. Add a Pedestal Sink In this day and age of extended vanity space, the pedestal sink has gotten lost. Yet pedestal sinks are attractive for their simplicity and even architectural style. A pedestal sink functions very similarly to a vanity if you pair it with a set of...

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Five Reasons Efficient Air Conditioning Is Good For Your Retail Business

Posted by on Feb 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Any retail business owner will tell you that there are a lot of components that have to blend just right for a successful business. They will tell you about inventory control, security, cleanliness, and perhaps they will even mention the fact that your storefront should be well kept. There is one little, not-so-small detail that can get lost in the mix of advice from these experienced professionals. If you are in a retail business, climate control is crucial to making it in the world of in-store sales. There are five reasons why your...

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Tips For Maintaining The Warranty On Your New Air Conditioning System

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One great thing about purchasing a new air conditioning system is the fact that they generally come with a warranty. This warranty can give you peace of mind and can allow you to have repairs done if something goes wrong with your system, but many air conditioning system owners find themselves disappointed when they find that their warranties are not valid. There are a few things that can cause a manufacturer to void a warranty, but following these tips can help you ensure that yours is still valid when you need it. Fill Out the Necessary...

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What You Should Never Store In Your Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have recently had your kitchen cabinets remodeled, you may now be wondering what you should and should not store in them. Aside from proper organization, this is the next most important thing to know about stocking cabinets. Some items are too large and take up too much space, while others simply do not go in the cabinets. Here is a list of things to not store in your kitchen cabinet for proper storage and organization. Unused Appliances If you have appliances stored in your kitchen cabinets that you never use, they are only taking up...

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Is Your Contractor Licensed, Bonded And Insured? How To Find Out

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You have probably heard that you need to hire a licensed, bonded and insured contractor at least once if you are planning any type of home renovations or big repairs. But, how do you find out if the contractor you are considering hiring is licensed, bonded and insured? Here you will learn how to do just that. Licensed To check for current licensing information, check with your state run licensing organization. You can use the Contractor’s License Reference Site to find a list of contractors in your area that are licensed. This is a...

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