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Keep The Ants Outside Of Your House

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Keep The Ants Outside Of Your House

If you experienced an ant problem last year inside of your house, you can help keep the ants outside this summer by taking a few precautionary measures. Trim The Bushes & Pull The Weeds Near Your House The first thing you can do to keep ants and other insects out of your house is to take care of the landscaping that is near your house. Trim back any bushes that brush up against your house and pull up any weeds that are right near your house. These bushes and weeds can help ants navigate their way into your home. Depending on the types of...

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3 Tips for Cleaning Your Mini Blinds

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your mini blinds might dress up your windows and help block the sun out, but they can still be a major source of irritation. Mini blinds attract dust like crazy and can be a pain to clean, but there are some things that you can do to make cleaning easier. These are a few helpful tips for cleaning your mini blinds. 1. Use a Dryer Sheet for Regular Dusting If you’re like many people, you might automatically reach for your feather duster or a microfiber cloth when dusting your blinds. However, an even better option is a clean dryer sheet....

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Dirty Carpet? Here Are Some Tips On How Often To Get Deep Carpet Cleaning

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do you wait until company is coming to clean your carpets? Or maybe you don’t think of calling the carpet cleaner until you move the sofa and notice the carpet underneath is softer and a much lighter shade than the rest of your carpet that is dirty and stiff. If that sounds like you, you’re probably waiting far too long between deep cleanings. Your carpet not only looks better, but it lasts longer when you clean it regularly. Here are some things to consider when trying to figure out how often to have your carpets cleaned: Members...

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Learn How To Hang Blinds On Your Large Glass Doors

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Having wooden doors with large glass panels in your home creates a very elegant look. An issue that arises with these types of doors is finding a way to shade some of the light that shines through the glass. The light can often be very bright and may overpower a space. Drapes are often hung over doorways and can make it quite difficult to open and shut the doors. Instead, learn how to attach blinds directly to your door with the following guide to create a seamless and useful look. Measure The Glass Panels The first thing you need to do is...

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Remodeling Your Bathroom: Choosing The Right Faucet For You

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you decide to remodel your bathroom, you want to create a space that feels luxurious and comfortable. You also want a bathroom space that is unique and reflects a little bit of your personality. This can be a tall order, considering how plain and mundane some bathroom design elements can be. When planning your bathroom remodel, consider the fact that there are unique and innovative options available for every element of your project, even the bathroom faucets. Get to know a few ideas for unique and unexpected bathroom faucet options so...

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4 Ways To Lower Your Cooling Bill This Summer

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Keeping your home cool during the summer months can get expensive. If you are looking for ways to lower your costs while still keeping your home at a nice, comfortable temperature during the hot summer months, follow these four tips. 1. Install More Insulation You might think about using insulation to help keep your home warm during the winter, but insulation can also be used to help keep your home cool when it’s hot outside. You can have insulation installed in your attic to help keep hot air from coming into your home and to keep your...

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Ten Tips To Better Insulate Your Home This Winter

Posted by on Jan 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There are many effective things that you can do to better insulate your home and save money on heating costs this winter. Perhaps the most practical solution is to contact insulation contractors in your region to conduct an energy evaluation to determine where heat is being lost. Some other things that you can do to prevent wasted energy include: 1. Exposed pipes in your laundry room? Use old towels, rags, or strips of a discarded blanket, and tape, to wrap them up. 2. Invest in a couple tubes of caulking and fill in around windows that have...

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3 Crucial Steps To Keeping Your Leather Furniture Looking Great For Life

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Leather furniture has become far more widely available to average consumers. Once upon a time, leather furniture was the epitome of luxury and class. After all, who hasn’t associated leather armchairs sprinkled around high-class clubs filled with powerful men? Today’s consumers have an astonishing array of leather furniture items to choose from, and the sheer availability and affordability means that leather goods can fit into just about any budget. However, keeping leather furniture looking its best for years to come does require...

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Fissures And Cracks In Stone Countertops

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a stone countertop, you should know that they are susceptible to damage such as chips, cracks, and fissures. This does sound scary, but in most cases, the damage can be corrected. Before you can correct a problem, you have to know what the problem is. Continue reading to learn how to recognize what type of damage you have and what repair options are available. Fissures Fissures occur naturally in stone. It is a separation that goes along the boundaries in the crystalline. Usually, a fissure isn’t as deep as the depth of the...

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5 Kitchen Renovations To Accommodate Wheelchairs

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The use of a wheelchair in or outside of your home can be challenging if no renovations have been completed to provide easier accessibility. In an effort to make maneuverability simpler and live an independent lifestyle, consider making several modifications to your kitchen such as an open-concept kitchen, lower counters and other working space areas, underbench space, and more. The guide below provides some information on how to renovate your kitchen for wheelchair accessibility. Open-Concept Kitchen The lack of walls and open access to the...

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