Installing A Portable Gas Heater: Facts You Should Know

Posted on: 19 January 2015

If your home is not equipped with a central heating system or the heating system you have is simply too expensive to run on a daily basis, the use of a portable heater could provide the solution you are looking for. While many of the most popular space heater models will run on electricity, these electric heaters will do little to effectively heat a large space. This is why many homeowners who require widespread heat will ultimately settle on the use of a portable gas heater.
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How Tree Roots Can Be Causing Your Drains To Clog

Posted on: 15 January 2015

Unfortunately, that big beautiful tree that you've loved for years can be the cause of your sewer drainage problems. Those beautiful shrubs and gorgeous bushes you planted in your yard can also be causing the same problem. The reason? Their roots could be invading your sewer pipe and causing it to back up. This type of sewer issue can not only cause clogged drains and sewer backups, it can also cause an entire collapse of your sewer system.
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The Five Main Types Of Storm Shutters

Posted on: 9 January 2015

Storm shutters, otherwise known as hurricane shutters, are heavy window coverings that are used to protect your windows and home from flying debris in the event of a heavy or intense storm. There are a number of different types of storm shutters available, all of which offer different features at varying costs, and knowing the differences between the various types of shutters allows you to choose the type that best fits your own needs.
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A Quick Breakdown Of The Garage Door's History

Posted on: 6 January 2015

Many of the first cars ever produced came without roofs, which, if you know anything about cars, are very important. Dust, pollen, rain, sleet, hail, snow, leaves, and whatever else was floating in the air easily got inside the car while driving, let alone while stored. And then, someone had a grand idea, why not invent something to protect cars while they were stored at night? That person was C.G. Johnson, and in 1921 he invented the garage door.
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