Limit Interior Water Damage From Within Your Home

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Home water damage is not always caused by a flash flood or poor draining outside of your home. Sometimes, the water damage is caused by a failed water line or appliance. Here, you will learn how to prevent internal water damage from happening again in the future. Watch Your Bills Keeping an eye on your water bill will help you identify water leaks in the home before they get serious. Check the water usage each month and watch for any increases in the usage.

10 February 2015

Two Common Household Products To Remove Mold

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If you have a mold problem in your home, you may consider hiring a removal service to tackle the problem if the mold growth is quite large. But if you only have small amounts of mold growing, you may decide to clean up the area yourself. There are a couple of products out there that will help remove mold, and this article will explain how those products work and how to use them.

30 January 2015

Tips For Long Lasting Vinyl Windows

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Everyone hates to wash windows, but you know that you have to keep them clean in order to have a nice home.  What if you knew that proper care could allow your windows to last longer?  You would take good care of your windows so that you won't have to replace them.  Proper window care isn't as easy as squirt and wipe.  Here are some tips to keep your vinyl windows lasting a long time and looking like new.

20 January 2015

4 Financial Benefits Of Awnings

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Adding awnings to your home provides benefits that go far beyond simple aesthetics. Sure, awnings look nice, but did you know they can also offer financial benefits? If you're tossing around the idea of installing awnings to your home or property, these four financial benefits may prompt you to take the plunge and contact an awning installation professional from a company like Sunrise Shading. Decrease Your Cooling Costs Awnings save you money on cooling bills.

13 January 2015

Kitchen Style | 5 Options For Hanging Your Kitchen Cabinets

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As a general rule of thumb, kitchen cabinets are hung 18 inches above the counter top. That number is pretty standard in the industry. There are, however, different ways that kitchen remodeling contractors like Artistic Kitchens Ltd can work your personal style into the design.   1. Soffit: Installing your cabinets directly below the soffit is a style that has been in use for many years. A soffit is a drywall box used to disguise wiring, plumbing, and structural elements in a home.

19 December 2014