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5 Uses For Leftover Bricks

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Once a masonry project has been completed, you may find yourself with a few leftover bricks. If the job was a big one, you may actually have a yard full of bricks. Keep those broken or leftover bricks. You can use them to make some wonderful projects. Here are 5 fun ways to use bricks when a masonry project is finished.  Put them Inside Planters Bricks are great inside outdoor planters for several reasons. When potting plants with shallow roots, fill in space with bricks. That way you don’t have to use so much potting soil. ...

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Essential Steps To Try Before Calling An Appliance Repair Service

Posted by on Jan 15, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If your washer, refrigerator or dishwasher gives out, your first thought might be to call in someone who specializes in appliance service repairs. Allowing an experienced pro to fix major or difficult problems is always wise. These experts know how to troubleshoot problems, how to best access broken or faulty machinery and which replacement parts to use. Sometimes, a seemingly major problem turns out to be a relatively minor repair that you could have done yourself. Before you make the phone call to set up a service appointment, take a few...

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Tips For Making Money With Recycling

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you concerned about the environment and want to lessen your impact? Or maybe you just want to make some spare cash? Whatever your reason, metal, glass, plastic and cardboard recycling can be the solutions you’re looking for. Follow these tips to get the best results: Cardboard recycling: It won’t net you a lot of money if you’ve only got a small amount, but cardboard recycling can at least help keep landfills from filling up as quickly. Any cardboard boxes that you wish to recycle should be opened up and compressed...

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Why You Need A Whole House Water Filter

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Tap water contains moderate to heavy levels of contaminants which could cause serious health problems for you and your family. Installing a water filter that can clean your home water is therefore an important step in making your home safer and ensuring you have clean water for drinking, laundry and bathing. While there many water filtration systems you can choose, whole house water treatment represents the current pinnacle of water cleaning technology, capable of removing all contaminants from your home water including heavy metals,...

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3 Pieces Of Material Handling Equipment Every Contractor Needs

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As a contractor you need to invest in the best tools and equipment to ensure you get the job done right, and can work as efficiently as possible. This is true for general contractors and for those who oversee large job sites. Consider some pieces of material handling equipment that every contractor needs to purchase or should consider renting for their site: 1. Drywall lifts Because of its size and weight, drywall is very easy to break especially when lifting it overhead. It’s not unusual for drywall to split down the middle or to...

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Two Tips To Keep Your Plumbing Fixtures Problem Free

Posted by on Dec 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your home’s plumbing fixtures are essential devices for allowing you and your family to easily use the plumbing system. However, these fixtures are exposed to a constant barrage of challenges. In particular, the kitchen sink is one of the most used plumbing fixtures in a home, and this makes it more likely to encounter problems. Luckily, there are a couple of tips you can follow to help ensure your plumbing fixtures avoid these routine issues.  Keep The Aerators Clean An aerator has the ability to drastically reduce the amount of...

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Five Tips To Improve The Performance Of Your Wood Windows And Make Them Last Longer

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

For one reason or another, you may have chosen to have wood windows installed in your home. They look great, and can give your home a warm feeling, but they also need to have repairs and maintenance to last a long time. This can include things like repairing wood, painting and caulking the windows from time to time. You can also do things like add window film if you want your windows to have a better energy performance. If you want your wood windows to last longer and perform better, here are five tips to help you care for them: 1. Regular...

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