The Biggest Mistakes Small Business Owners Make During Commercial Painting Projects

Posted on: 21 December 2016

In the world of a small business owner, their business location is likely a great investment, which is why maintaining this property becomes such an important thing. There will always come an occasion when your small business needs to be painted, whether it is indoors or out, and this seems like a fairly straightforward process. Yet, there are some major mistakes you must work to avoid when you are planning to have part of your small business building painted.
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Four Common Places Where Homes Lose Heat

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Have your heating bills skyrocketed? Do certain rooms feel cold even though the rest of the house is warm? Chances are, your home is losing heat. Here's a look at four common places where homes lose heat, and what you can do to address each problem. Around Windows As your home ages and settles, the windows can start sealing less tightly into their frames. The windows may also loosen from their sashes, creating space between the glass and the vinyl (or wood) that surrounds it.
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What to Do When Your Garage Door Remote Is Stolen

Posted on: 11 November 2016

Your garage door opener is a convenient device that allows for you to easily open and close your door. However, if someone manages to steal the remote, and were able to locate your home, they would be able to sue the garage door remote to open your door, enter your home and steal your belongings. There are many things that you will need to do to protect your belongings if your garage door remote is stolen.
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What Is Xeriscaping?

Posted on: 9 November 2016

A beautiful green yard of grass can be a sight to behold. The problem with it is that it can take up a lot of water to keep it nice and green. If you live in a drought-prone area, you may have water restrictions that you have to deal with, so you may not be able to water your lawn without running the risk of getting a fine. But, no one wants to look at a dry, crispy, brown lawn.
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