Close In Your Porch With Storm Doors & Enjoy Your Porch All Year

Posted on: 14 October 2015

If you want to extend the time you enjoy your porch into the fall and winter months, all you need to do is enclose your porch. You can easily enclose your front or back porch with storm doors and enjoy your porch even when it gets cold outside. Measure Your Porch The first thing you need to do is measure your porch. You need to figure out how long each side of your porch is, as well as how high your porch is.
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3 Factors to Consider When Getting a New Roof For Your Business

Posted on: 30 September 2015

If you are in the market for a new roof for your business, you might be surprised at all of the different things you need to consider before making a final decision. It isn't as cut and dried as you might think. There are a lot of variables that come into play to help you determine which roof is the best one for your particular needs. Here are a few key factors that you need to look at when replacing your roof.
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Cleaning Up after the Storm Passes

Posted on: 11 September 2015

Hurricanes, tornadoes and other storm conditions with high winds can pose a major threat to life, limb, and wallet. Although making it through the storm with your life is great, recovering from the damage is no small task. As you assess the damages, take the time to understand a few services that could make the transition to recovery easier. Clearing Out Dangerous Damage Flying debris and damaged terrain can create a lot of risk to you or your family if not attended to.
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How To Handle Hard Water

Posted on: 25 August 2015

At some point, you might have heard about something called hard water. However, you might not be sure what it exactly is or what it means for you. To help you out, here is an overview of what hard water is and how it can be treated:    So what is hard water? When water has exceptionally high mineral content, it becomes known as hard water. The difference between hard and soft water (water that is much lower in minerals) isn't exactly rigid.
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