How to Get the Most Accurate Estimate for Interior Painting Services

Posted on: 28 April 2016

The average cost per room for interior painting is around $448. However, the actual cost is dependent on the size of the room, the quality of materials, the previous paint or finish in the room, and the contractor you choose. To get a realistic idea of how much it will cost to paint your home, you should get an in-home estimate from multiple contractors. To make sure your estimate is accurate, follow these tips.
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Water-Cleanup Tips After Your Basement's Water Heater Fails

Posted on: 1 April 2016

From washing clothes and taking showers to using your dishwasher, your water heater plays an important role in your household needs. While it is an important appliance, you may not place much emphasis on maintaining your water heater. Your water heater may accumulate minerals and residue over time, causing an interaction with the steel inside the unit. This interaction corrodes the water heater tank, increasing your risk of major leaks.
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2 Common Reasons Why Sewers Back Up

Posted on: 22 March 2016

From a foul smell coming out of your basement to slow draining tubs and showers, there are many signs that your sewer system is backed up. In addition to being very inconvenient, a sewer back-up is potentially dangerous because it can flood your basement with bacteria-ridden sewage. Here are two common reasons why sewers back up and what you can do to fix the problem and prevent a back-up in the future:
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Understanding The Advantages Of Stone-Coated Steel Roofing For Your Commercial Building

Posted on: 22 February 2016

If you're installing a new roof on your commercial building, it's a good time to look for something that will truly set your building apart. For example, if you're looking for durability without the industrial appearance, you might be surprised to discover the versatility of steel roofing. In fact, stone-coated steel can be used in the same manner that you'd use tile or slate, which softens the appearance of your building without sacrificing the lifespan of your roof.
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