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  • How To Avoid Water Damage In Your Home During Your Vacation

    Coming home from a vacation to find water in your house would be a great way to ruin the excitement you just experienced while you were out of town, but this happens a lot. Water damage often occurs from excessive rainwater, broken plumbing pipes, and leaky appliances, but there are ways you can prevent this. Before you leave on your trip, here are three things you should do to prevent coming home to a water-filled house.
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  • Renting Your Home Out? Focus On Appliances And Attract More Renters With These Steps

    Renting out a home to tenants is a great way to make sure that the bills are covered when you are not able to live there yourself. You may even find that being a landlord is a profitable option in the long run. While it isn't necessary to deck the place out with furniture and bookshelves, most renters don't have their own appliances to move in with so providing stuff like a fridge, a dishwasher, and even a microwave, will probably yield more attention for your rental.
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  • 4 Garage Door Troubleshooting Tips

    Automatic garage doors are one of the biggest conveniences of modern homes. Many people do not realize just how convenient they are until they stop working. While some homeowners will want to call a professional as soon as their garage door stops working, there are a few steps that any homeowner can take to troubleshoot common garage door problems. Garage Door is Noisy A properly functioning garage door should be both convenient and quiet.
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  • 3 Simple Maintenance Tasks To Protect Your Home's Air Conditioning System

    Several important maintenance tasks should be performed on your home's central air conditioning system each year to maximize its efficiency and life expectancy. While a professional tune-up and inspection are critical for proper maintenance, there are other things you can do to ensure your system performs at its peak throughout cooling season. The following three tips offer advice on how to properly maintain your air conditioning system each year. Routinely Replace the Filter
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  • Unique Cabinet Ideas To Make Your Kitchen More User Friendly

    Love your kitchen, but hate your cabinets? If your cabinets are too high, too deep or just too "blah," you may feel tempted to rip them all out and start fresh. A complete kitchen makeover may not be in the budget, but making some changes to your current cabinets, or replacing them with more modern counterparts, can give you a kitchen you'll really love. Here are some unique cabinet ideas that look great, and make your kitchen more user friendly.
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  • 3 Pieces Of Construction Equipment You Need To Replace A Concrete Pad

    Removing a large area of cracked and weed-grown pavement to be replaced with new concrete is a large job. But, the right types of heavy construction equipment will make the job easier with large construction equipment doing all your heavy work. These three pieces of used heavy construction equipment for sale make a pavement replacement project easier and will help you to work smarter instead of harder. Jackhammer When you have a large area of old broken concrete that is beyond repair, you need to break it up and remove it from the ground to make space to pour new concrete.
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  • Why You Shouldn't Act Swiftly When You Hear Chirps In Your Chimney

    If you hear chirps coming from your chimney, it's likely you have chimney swifts nesting in there. Chimney swifts are birds that look like cigars when they fly. They can cause a lot of problems, and you could be charged a hefty fine if you remove them. Before you do anything, it's important to understand what types of problems you are dealing with so you know how to take care of them.
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