Two Radiant Floor Heating Myths Busted

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Warming your home during the long winters can be a constant battle. While modern heating systems can be highly effective at keeping your home the temperature that you want, there are many different types of heating systems available, and you might find this selection to be overwhelming and confusing. This can result in you putting faith in some erroneous ideas about this heating option. In particular, the following two notions may be discouraging you from making the investment to install this type of heating system in your home.
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A Quiet Remodel: Soundproofing Your Home

Posted on: 19 February 2016

Life is noisy, and sometimes just getting through your workday can hurt your ears and make your head hurt. When you get home, you need some peace and quiet. Unfortunately, your walls are thin or your plumbing gurgles. Instead of wearing earplugs every night, you can undertake a modest remodel that will "soundproof" your home. Openings Experts explain that no action will make your home less noisy unless you first find and fill the cracks and holes that allow outdoor noise inside.
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Make Your Plaster Pretty Again: Tips For Repairing Your Plaster Walls

Posted on: 31 January 2016

Plaster is an elegant and sophisticated wall treatment, and it is commonly found in older homes. Plaster can become damaged over time and require a bit of repair or restoration. If your plaster isn't looking too pretty, try some of these suggestions to refurbish your walls: Filling in small holes. When you use tacks or nails on plaster walls, you will have tiny holes to fill later. Some quick tricks include repairing with a bit of caulking or spackle on your fingertip; another do-it-yourself tactic is to fill them with a tiny amount of white toothpaste!
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3 Ways To Protect Your Garage & Keep It Warm This Winter

Posted on: 11 January 2016

Winter has been mild so far this year, but pretty soon the cold will arrive. Before the cold really arrives, you need to winterize your garage door and get it ready. Here are four steps you need to take to get your garage ready for winter.  Replace Weatherstripping Your garage door has a weatherstrip that goes around the outside edge. It creates a seal with your garage door and your garage.
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