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  • 5 Tips for When You Are Locked Out Of Your Home  By : Gary Smith
    been a busy day and you have just returned home with an armful of groceries. You step up to your door and feel your pockets for your keys, only to find that you don’t have them.
  • Safety Measures Used In Asbestos Removal  By : Wade Rogers
    Friable asbestos can easily get crushed into dust from a little pressure from the hand. It is loosely bound and easily releases asbestos fibers into the air. Asbestos fibers that are breathed in are deposited into the lungs and with time develop into respiratory diseases such as lung cancer.
  • How To Identify And Avoid Gas Leak Risks  By : James Hasapis
    There are many sources of energy that are available for use in a home, industry or business. You can decide to use solar energy, electricity or you can opt for gas. Natural gas is normally cheaper than the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) but they both burn efficiently and are environmentally friendly.
  • Plumber – Dealing With Leaking Roofs  By : James Hasapis
    Your home is the place where you get to rest after a hard day’s work. If any part of the home has a plumbing problem, you will definitely not be able to rest easy. A plumber is there to ensure that every part of your home is intact. Plumbers carry out all kinds of repairs – in your kitchen, bathroom, basement and even on your roof.
  • Painting Verse Plaster In Pool Re-Surfacing  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    In-ground pool owners hit the jackpot this summer. Temperatures have been some of the hottest we have had in years along with record high humidity levels and low amounts of rain. This summer backyard pools have been put to good use.
  • Resetting Your Homes Electrical Circuit During A Power Outage  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When you own a home you are familiar the possibilities of sudden losses of electrical power. This phenomenon is an especially common throughout the hot summer months as home owners are blasting air conditioners for hours on end.
  • Don’t Fall For Staging Tricks When Buying A New Home  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    In our last installment on buying a home we discussed how many buyers turn down a house if it lacks visual appeal. Instead of only looking at a home for its aesthetic values it is crucial that homeowners look deeper into the bones of a home.
  • Your Roof Is Your Homes Hat  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    It is essential that your home have a structurally sound roof. Your homes roof offers the first line of defense against the elements. In order prevent minor issues from turning into something major it is vital to recognize potential problems and handle them as they arise. Below you will find information to consider in determining if it is time to replace your roof.
  • Termite Proof Your House Using Subfloor Ventilation  By : Matt Reardon
    A better ventilation system will draw out stale moist air, which in turn will create negative pressure inside the subfloor thus allowing fresh air to be drawn in. Most ventilation systems use fans, insulated ducting and humidifiers. You can easily find subfloor ventilation systems that are not only efficient but cost effective too.
  • Home Ventilation: 4 Ways To Do So  By : Matt Reardon
    Supply-only ventilation. This form of ventilation involves supplying fresh air into the house through fans placed in strategic areas. This system allows for fresh air to be delivered to one area of the house, or the whole house through air vents. However, the system does not provide for a means for musty damp air to be expelled. It relies on air leakage sites throughout the house, such as cracks, to expel the stale air.
  • How to Handle Insufficient Sub Floor Ventilation  By : Matt Reardon
    Storage- A majority of crawl spaces are too small to be used for any meaningful storage. Also, to store materials and other stuff in will contribute to the reduction of needed air circulation. Such a condition can create an enabling environment for encroachment of rodents and other pests.
  • Why You Cannot Do Without Sub Floor Ventilation  By : Matt Reardon
    Other forms of subfloor ventilation involve placing fans on one side of the building to draw in fresh air, then exhaust fans on the opposite side which are meant to expel the moist air. Some of these ventilations can be modified to not only extract moist air from the subfloor, but from other parts of the building that tend to be over moist.
  • Spring Home Improvements  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    It is official; winter has ended and spring is here. Homeowners often find the spring a perfect time to begin the home improvements they have planned over the previous months.
  • Spring Updates For The Exterior Of Your Home  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Tune ups and yearly health examinations shouldn’t be left to cars and humans. After several long winter months our homes are in need of maintenance.
  • Pool Plaster Maintenance Tips  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    The first twenty eight days after your in-ground swimming pool has been freshly plastered are the most critical. The pool plaster finish cures at sixty percent within the first twenty eight days of installation and continues to mature over the next ten months.
  • The Importance of Septic Tank Pumping  By : Scott Womble
    Septic tanks require a great deal of maintenance in order to function effectively. They are designed to eliminate solids from wastewater. For them to do this effectively, frequent septic tank pumping is essential. Cleaning and pumping the septic tank regularly will help to prevent overflowing.
  • Toilets: Best Design Concepts  By : Babak Tavakoli
    Toilets have been part of our homes for a very long time. With technological advancements, the toilet can now be found in a variety of styles, sizes and colours. Some of these factors determine the quality of a good toilet and most people usually go wrong because they don’t know what to look for in a good toilet.
  • Tips On How To Deal With Inadequate Sub Floor Ventilation  By : Matt Reardon
    A damp sub floor (basement) can have a very bad outcome on the health of your family and quality of your home. If left unattended to, it may cause respiratory illnesses to family members. Excessive basement dampness quickly affects timber flooring structures in your home, making your home vulnerable to termite attacks. Sub-floor ventilation is the solution to this problem. Having a dry and clean sub-floor area keeps termites at bay.
  • Spring Roofing Maintenance  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    As the snow begins to melt and the weather becomes warmer the list of things homeowners need to accomplish before the heat of the summer returns continues to grow. When it comes to home improvements spring is the perfect time to get things done. Now is the perfect time to start planning!
  • Simple Do It Yourself Swimming Pool Maintenance  By : Wally Womble
    Having your own private pool is a great idea. You get to swim whenever you want and keep fit with water exercises. However, in order to keep your pool clean and healthy for your family, you need to know what it takes to maintain a pool.
  • Common Water Well Problems That Could Be Affecting Your Well  By : Ralph Carroll
    If you have dug and built your own water well in your property, you may encounter a few problems now and then. Most of these problems are usually due to equipment failure, aquifer depletion and improper construction among other factors. Being able to correctly identify the problem can lead to a quick solution instead of abandoning the well like most people often do.
  • Everything You Need To Know Before Purchasing A Metal Roof  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to purchasing a new roof for your home many homeowners are in the dark. It is one of the many purchases that don’t get made that often when you own a home. When homeowners initially start to think about replacing their roofs the choices can be quite bewildering. Questions throughout the roofing industry don’t have a one size fits all approach.
  • Home Improvements That Fall Short In Selling Homes  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    In this installment on home improvements we will look deeper into improvements that homeowners make that add no value to their home. If a homeowner is thinking of selling in the next two to five years they should relay evaluate the reasoning for the following home improvements as they do not add any value to the equity of the home.
  • How You Can Identify A Good Sub Floor Ventilation System  By : Matt Reardon
    By understanding such requirements and the features of a good ventilation system, you would notice if anything seems to go wrong or if you need to change the whole setup and get an effective unit.
  • Aluminum Fencing Makes The Perfect Landscape Improvement  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Adding to the curb appeal of your home is not a seasonal effort. Yes, it is more convenient to be outside installing a new fence when it is warm out but fall has many benefits as well. For one the weather is not so hot you can hardly breathe let alone move about easily.
  • The Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to any home improvement project around your home you must consider all of the pros and cons of the different options each variable offers. This is especially true when you are looking into roofing materials.
  • Good Luck Charms and Amulets  By : evikram kumar
    To start with, we should understand the meaning of the language which we speak. A love Amulet, and in this case the closely related term Good luck Charm, is defined as “a product that protects an individual from trouble”, and is a very close relative of the definition of Talisman, in Greek
  • The Extra Cost Of A Freestanding Bath Pays Off  By : Babak Tavakoli
    If cost is the only thing that’s keeping you from acquiring that tastefully deigned freestanding bath, you shouldn’t even have to think twice about getting it. A built-in tub might appear less costly, but that’s only the initial saving. You would be surprised at just how much costlier it would be after you’ve completed the entire installation process.
  • A Freestanding Bath Offers Great Versatility In Design Fit And Style  By : Babak Tavakoli
    As much as a freestanding bath has an aura of vintage style, it does come in a number of designs particularly suited to the modern home. Definitely, this makes the free standing tub one of the most versatile tubs in terms of fitting into different themes and bathroom styles.
  • Washing Machine Accessories You Shouldn’t Do Without  By : B Hopkins
    Some washing machine accessories that will make your laundry experience less stressful.
  • What to Look for When You Want to Buy Washing Machine Lint Traps  By : B Hopkins
    What features should you look for when buying washing machine lint traps.
  • The Importance of Swimming Pool Maintenance  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    If you are a pool owner who ignores regular maintenance and cleaning it is possible that algae will build up. If there is an algae build up on the pools surfaces it will become unsafe for people to use it. If you choose not to perform regular maintenance you are also asking for future repairs and expenses that are avoidable.
  • Toilets: Pairing The Back To Wall Series With The Right Bath Tub  By : Babak Tavakoli
    The toilet and the bath tub go together like a sumptuous meal of peas and carrots. An unwise and uninformed choice to pair your new toilet with a bath tub that clashes will result in a major clash of themes in your bathroom. Eventually, if you still want it badly enough, renovation may become necessary shortly down the road.
  • The Best Zip Taps And Stylish Sinks Combinations  By : Babak Tavakoli
    To ensure that you create a truly uniform and alluring theme in your bathing space, one of the key aspects that should be in conformity is the tap-sink combination. The good thing about the zip hydro tap is that it can be paired with almost any sink theme out there. Whether you as the home owner have an inclination towards classic and elegant sinks or the modern and vogue equivalents, it will fit in just right.
  • Exposed Cistern Series: Toilet Upgrades, Styles And Their Implications  By : Babak Tavakoli
    However, the good thing is that a toilet upgrade is really only a process of replacing what you have already. During a toilet upgrade process, your plumber simply replaces what you currently have with a new modern toilet suite from the exposed cistern series without making any major pipe work modifications.
  • Why You Should Get the Exposed Cistern Series Toilet In Your Bathroom ASAP  By : Babak Tavakoli
    The exposed cistern loo is the most secure and safest toilet there is; a bold claim, but one that is backed up by fact and research. Some toilets like the elevated brands become loose over time and require maintenance checks every so often. If not they become a danger to your family and the bathroom itself as they could fall off the wall!
  • Mixer Series: Current Bathroom Tapware Trends  By : Babak Tavakoli
    The sleek urban and modern trend is fast taking shape in house interior designing and the bathroom is not being left behind. Stylish, clean and sharp geometric shapes are being employed to create an iconic and very slick looking bathroom. The trend now is to go for tapware with sharp lines all through.
  • Porcelain Top Series: Reasons For Its Increasing Popularity Today  By : Babak Tavakoli
    Porcelain has that uncanny knack to go perfectly well with just about any material and colour and theme, be it stone, clay or even the sturdy stainless steel. Therefore, when you purchase a porcelain top you are assured of complimentary bathroom fixtures even if you are not quite sure of your style choice.
  • Choose Plaster For Your In-Ground Pool Surface  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When installing an in-ground pool you have a variety of different surfaces to consider including fiberglass, vinyl, plaster and pebble tec. The most common type of surface material used when installing an in-ground pool is plaster.
  • Spring Cleaning Is Not Just For The Interior Of Your Home  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Spring cleaning is something that invigorates many of us. This is true of not only our homes but our landscape as well. After long cold winter days we are anxious to get outside and clean up the landscape that quickly grew out of control.
  • Roofing Contractors Recommend Proper Roof Ventilation  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    One of the most important things when it comes to your shingle roof is the ventilation. Nothing ages your shingles more than extra heat buildup in the summer and cold winter weather. No matter what the weather is outside, with proper ventilation and air circulation you can prevent many problems that can occur with shingle roofs.
  • Your Comprehensive Guide To Buying Baths  By : Babak Tavakoli
    Straight tubs usually have the option for you to mount taps at the middle or at one tub end. A number of freestanding bathtubs could also have the taps being mounted in the middle or at the end, although some may require fitting to a wall, or even coming up out of the bathroom floor.
  • Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Work With a Pest Control Professional  By : Robert Mixon
    Pests will forever be unwelcomed guests in the house. Though most will not cause any significant damage to your property, they are creepy to look at and often attract elements that lead to health problems. That is why getting rid of pests is essential.
  • The Heat Recovery System in Whole House Ventilation  By : Matt Reardon
    Some mold produce toxic substances that can cause neurological problems and allergies. The symptoms shown by allergic people include persistent coughs, itchy eyes and rashes. Again, mold destroys walls and wooden structures. Heat strokes are another real threat when a home is overheated and has high humidity. Asthma attacks can also be triggered by hot or cold humid air.
  • Closing Procedures That Help To Protect Your Swimming Pools Plaster  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Another summer season has come and gone. With temperatures dipping into the freezing realm in parts of the country it is time to make sure your in-ground pool is closed properly. If you haven’t had time to close the pool yet be sure to keep your pool pump running to avoid freezing which will cause cracks in the plaster.
  • Aluminum Fencing For A Variety Of Landscapes  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When you are looking to enhance your home and property value it is worthwhile to check into updated fencing for your yard. Many homeowners start out with cheap chain link fencing believing that in time they will change it up for something more attractive. As time goes on things come up and a new fence goes down on the list of priorities.
  • Pest Control Tips That Are Simple To Use  By : Yuan Franceiz
    Have you ever had a rat infestation in your home? Maybe you found cockroaches in your cabinet. Whatever the case may be, you are probably willing to do whatever it takes to get rid of these pests and get your home back. In this article, you will be provided with advice to assist you with pest control.
  • Indoor Swimming Pools  By : Tim Witherspoon
    You can find everything you need for an indoor swimming pool online or through your local swimming pool supply store.
  • The Importance Of Roofing Ventilation  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When you are getting a new shingle roof one of the most important things to remember is the roofs ventilation. It is super crucial to the life span of your roofing shingles. With the weather that we experience here in the north we need roofing that withstands the heat of summer and the cold build-up of the winter season with accelerating the aging process of your asphalt shingling.
  • Baths – A Style Statement  By : Babak Tavakoli
    In the majority of bathrooms, the bath is going to be the most dominant feature, mainly due to its size relative to the rest of the room. With this in mind, when looking at a room’s interior, a bespoke bath should be among the first considerations, as it gives more control over the room’s most striking feature. There are, of course, many ways to customise a bath, whether it is freestanding or built in.
  • How To Tackle Scheduling Problems  By : Samantha Knowles
    Surround yourself with other encouraging working mothers: The winter talent show that my nine-year-old daughter Emily was performing in was scheduled for the same day I had to be out of town for a client presentation. Needless to say, I was devastated.
  • Why Outsourcing Is Key For Working Mothers  By : Samantha Knowles
    My housecleaner would be terrible at doing our taxes and even worse at mowing our lawn. The trick is to play toward everyone’s strengths before you assign any work to others.
  • How To Contribute In Your Own Way  By : Samantha Knowles
    “I hired a Batman for my son’s birthday party and invited his whole class. He wanted a bat mobile too, just like in the movies. I actually thought about renting a black Porsche and a professional actor. Then, I remembered that he’s five and a cake coupled with Batman party favors would be just fine.” Julie
  • Monday Blues: Don’t Make Bad Decisions In A Hurry  By : Samantha Knowles
    Even after being a working mother for more than thirteen years, I still find long separations away from my children to be a challenge. Being away, whether for only a few hours or for days, can create tremendous guilt if not managed correctly.
  • Vacuum Cleaners: Belts And Performance  By : Tim Witherspoon
    The belts for vacuum cleaners can come in many styles and hundreds of different sizes.
  • Paint Vs. Wallpaper  By : Elena Martin
    There are a lot of varieties and colors of both paint and wallpaper. As for paint, you can choose among different finishes and you can even give different aspects (such as aged or cracked) to the wall using paint. As concerns wallpaper, there are not only a wide range of different designs, patterns and colors among which you can decide, but also a lot of materials, such as cork, foil, paper and vinyl.
  • What To Consider When Buying Appliances For Modern Kitchens  By : Jeremy Foxe
    When buying ovens, you should also consider the amount of cooking you will do. If you will use it only occasionally, you should select smaller ovens, rather than buying large and costly appliances.
  • Foreclosures and Moving: What To Do  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Are you a homeowner who has been receiving multiple phone calls and letters from your mortgage holder? If so, are you facing foreclosure?
  • Air Conditioning Water Leak Tips  By : Sean Adams
    Okay, so you arrive home and find water coming from the ceiling or closet that has no plumbing in it. However, there is an air handler in these areas. What are you supposed to do next? So how do you get these water leaks to stop and prevent them from occurring again?
  • 7 Benefits Of Zip Taps  By : Babak Tavakoli
    Since an instant heating system suffers much less corrosion, this means that you’ll incur much lower maintenance costs, compared to tank heating systems. Moreover, it would be a long time before you ever need to replace the tap, due to its long life span. Therefore, even if you spend more to buy a tankless system, your replacement expenses would be reduced.
  • How to Choose Wood for Fencing Purposes  By : Graham Brightwell
    Most fences are made from wood. It is versatile, affordable, and readily available. It is very easy to use and it comes in uniform sizes. It can be finished with stain or paint. Or, if you use treated timber, you can just allow it to age to a natural colour.
  • Invest In Your Cracked Exterior and More Than Double Your Money  By : valerio
    It’s a surprising but very true fact: people will look high and low for new ways to make money but yet there is often far more money to be had by looking a little closer to home. By that I mean your own home. Yep, across the threshold and right through your own front door. It is here that you’ll very likely find it – if you look carefully enough.
  • Simple Pool Landscaping Ideas  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Do you have the amazing pleasure of owning your very own inground pool but do not know how to landscape around it?
  • Bed Bugs Heat Treatment  By : Daniel Fixler
    At Bed Bugs & Beyond, we offer every customer a free estimate for the bed bugs heat treatment method. And once we secure the job, we do it right the first time which is why we provide you with a full satisfaction 90-day warranty.
  • Swimming Pool Maintenance Tips To Live By  By : Tim Witherspoon
    People owning swimming pools in Melbourne know the importance of good pool maintenance. Proper pool care will extend the lifespan of your pool systems, and save you money because your pool’s technical elements will run more efficiently.
  • What You Need To Know About Wastes & Traps  By : Babak Tavakoli
    he waste serves a more practical purpose rather than an aesthetic one, since it’ less visible. However, choosing the right design and material will enhance the overall look of your bath or basin. This fitting has a specific hole through which it is installed; whereby it serves the function of removing water. Fortunately, you don’t need to worry about selecting the right fit since such holes have a standard size.
  • Good Clean Fun With The Installation Of A Gunite Swimming Pool  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to in ground or above ground pools they are incredibly similar in normal operations. Both pools require filtration to be keep the pool free of debris, chemicals to maintain the ph balance, maintenance to keep it clean as well as basic surface cleaning.
  • Caring For Your In Ground Swimming Pool Through The Seasons  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Owning an in ground gunite swimming pool requires a certain degree of upkeep. Below is a brief overview on what you can except in season and off season for pool care.
  • How To Get Control Of The Chaos In Your Home  By : Samantha Knowles
    When you first move into your home it seems like you have so much space. As the years pass, you might find yourself becoming a pack rat. What are you going to do with all the stuff you have accumulated? Perhaps it’s time to weed out the unnecessary items and organize your home.
  • Pool Accessory Buying Guide: What to Consider and Where to Shop  By : Tim Witherspoon
    If you are interested in purchasing a pool, you are not alone. Each year, thousands of homeowners make the decision to purchase a swimming pool.
  • How To Select The Right Freestanding Bath  By : Babak Tavakoli
    When you purchase a freestanding bath, you’ll also want to pick up some accessories. One thing you’ll need is a bath mixer tap. These often include a shower nozzle. If this is including, you’ll be pleased to know that they’re easy to install and to use. You can get taps that match all kinds of freestanding baths. In most cases, the taps themselves will also be freestanding, and will be floor mounted.
  • What You Need For Your Pool  By : Tim Witherspoon
    When summer arrives, it’s time to get cool and enjoy the fun of summer. Like other homeowners, you may be thinking a swimming pool. Pools are great to have, although they require a lot of work and maintenance – whether you have an in ground or above ground swimming pool. Before you rush out and buy your pool for summer, there are a few things you should know.
  • Selecting The Ideal Design For Your Kitchen  By : Jeremy Foxe
    Kitchens have changed a lot over the past few decades. Technological progress and different lifestyles have caused kitchens to look very different than they used to. New designs had to be created to accommodate the modern kitchen. Kitchens were used only to prepare meals for the family. Nowadays, kitchen is the ideal space for many of a family’s activities.
  • All About Gunite Swimming Pools  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Swimming pools that are built into the ground are often made from a mixture that includes cement. A gunite swimming pool is created by mixing cement, sand and water together then spraying the combination onto the surface using pneumatic pressure.
  • Pool Steps and Ladders for Above Ground Swimming Pools – Step-by-Step Guide  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Hot summer days can wear you out but investing in a swimming pool allows you to enjoy the summer as a family.
  • Popular Pool Accessories for Teens  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Individuals, of all ages, love swimming pools. Despite the fact that just about everyone loves to swim, there are a group of individuals that tend to enjoy it more than everyone else.
  • Pay Attention to Common Swimming Pool Problems  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Pay Attention to Common Swimming Pool Problems to Prevent them Having your own swimming pool in the backyard is a great way to spend your time. Everyone in the family can enjoy it!
  • Keep Your Swimming Pool’s Water Clean  By : Tim Witherspoon
    The most important and necessary part of your swimming pool maintenance is, cleaning your swimming pool’s water clean. However, most of you guys feel the task as the biggest headache in maintaining a swimming pool.
  • Pool Industry Secrets Reveals Easy Salt Chlorinator Selection  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Salt chlorinators are probably the easiest and most popular product for swimming pools. This makes perfect sense after all why manually dose the pool every day when the salt chlorinator can do it for you.
  • How to Handle Distractions  By : Jessica Rector
    You have things to get done, but every time you start someone needs you, the phone rings, or you get interrupted. Then you never finish what you started, and now things are piling up. When you continually get distracted, it’s difficult to get back on track. It’s not just the distraction, but you have to refocus to where you were before, which takes time. Discover the proven techniques to handle distractions that save you time, energy, and money.
  • Pool Cleaning & Repair – Selecting The Right Pool Service  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Now that spring has sprung, the best time of year to enjoy your swimming pool has arrived. Is your pool ready for the increased action of the warmer months? If not, it may be time to consider hiring a pool cleaning service.
  • Pool Accessories: Where You Can Buy Them  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Millions of Americans have a swimming pool in their backyard. Are you one of those individuals? Even if you are not, it is possible that you have considered getting a swimming pool.
  • Spotting Pool Leaks  By : Joe Vitale
    When your brain is trained to see specific things, your eyes will spot them easily.
  • Why Choosing Activities Closer To Home Helps Your Family  By : Samantha Knowles
    Choose activities that are close to home. In my family, we have a rule that we will never drive more than ten miles for any weekly activity. Any farther than a few miles, and the activity changes from fun to complicated and burdensome. Your time is valuable, so don’t spend it on the road.
  • Easy Swimming Pool Maintenance  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Your immaculate pools are tempting, but dingy ones are but repulsing. Your impeccable pools appear capturing giving “come-hither” looks to your visitors, but your filthy pools are rather objectionable.
  • How to Get Rid of Ladybugs Infestation  By : evikram kumar
    As spring and early summer season starts, you will surely hear familiar sounds of buzz within the surroundings
  • Useful Information Regarding Pest Control  By : Elisa Dean
    There can be lots of prevention techniques for rats, insects and birds not to invade your home or business establishment. The usual sanitation techniques and appropriate waste organization are the basic prevention tips you can follow. Always remember that pest control should be started even when it is not yet infested by insects. While it is difficult to completely stop the infestation from happening, preventive measures will make sure that the infestation does not happen frequently. Lowering the hassles caused by pests infestation can be obtained.
  • Building a Custom Pool  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Making the decision to custom build a swimming pool in your backyard is very exciting!
  • The Three Basic Kinds Of Basement Waterproofing  By : Jason Lom
    Basement waterproofing systems all have the same basic idea: keep water out of the basement. Kind of a no-brainer, right? But there are a few different ideas about how that goal should be accomplished, and each group tends to think its idea is the best…
  • Get Your Swimming Pool Supplies  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Swimming pools are pleasing placid places for pleasuring and relaxing, but it’s always vital to keep your swimming pools in excellent states. There are a number of sanitation and protective measures that can help you keep your pools A-one. You need proper equipment and instrumentation for proper care and maintenance of your swimming pools.
  • Common Water Problems With Swimming Pools That You Can Solve  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Even with careful maintenance there can be unexpected events that take place with the water in your pool. Being able to resolve them on your own is very important. It will save you both time and money.
  • Basics for New Pool Owners  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    There is so much that you will need to learn as a new pool owner. Whether you purchase a home with an inground pool installed or are having a pool installed you will need a crash course on pools.
  • Don’t Undermine Your Own Authority As A Working Mother  By : Samantha Knowles
    I can think of more than a few times when Megan and Emily left their bedrooms a nightmare with clothes and toys spewing everywhere. I wanted to punish them, but the softy in me didn’t want to be viewed as the bad guy. So, I let Scott deliver the bad news.
  • 3 Things You Can Do To Prevent A Wet Basement  By : Jason Lom
    There’s a lot of things that can go wrong with your home, and one of the many issues that homeowners face today is that of a wet basement.
  • Preparing For Fun In The Sun In Your Own Backyard  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Here in the North we make still have a foot of snow on the ground but I guarantee you spring is right around the corner. It is the time to start thinking about summer fun especially if you are considering the addition of an in-ground gunite swimming pool.
  • Swimming Pool Maintenance  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Before running to buy the latest Dolphin pool cleaner, there are a few basic things you should know about pool maintenance.
  • Integrated Pest Management Techniques In Extermination Explained  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    We have created an environment that makes homeowners feel that the only way to truly feel accomplished is to attempt all projects on your own first. The only problem with this is that we end up paying twice as much as we would have when we end up having to hire the professional to come in a clean up the messes we have made trying to fix our issues in the first place.
  • Removing Pool Plaster Stains  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to inground backyard pools no one wants to swim in a pool where the plaster is littered with stains and discoloration. Even when the pool water is clean the pool will look dirty with abundant stains on the plaster. There are several different methods to clean off the stains that are hindering your pools appearance.
  • Single Moms Balance Life  By : Jessica Rector
    Your kids are only this age once. Do you spend time with them or do you focus on finding love, getting out, and meeting new people? You enjoy spending time with your kids, but you also need time for you. The time goes by fast, so enjoy all the moments when they are young. If you want time for you, there is no reason to feel guilty. Go out, have fun, meet people, and enjoy adult time too. You can do both while enjoying your life.
  • Flood Damage – Help There Is Water Everywhere, What Do You Do?  By : Les Wilson
    Has your home recently had flood damage? Are you at a loss as to what to do to fix the problem? Then you need to find out the steps to take to help you get your home cleaned up and back to a safe living environment for you and your family.

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