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Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal (And Selling Value) With A Pressure Washer

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Before selling a home, many homeowners will try some things to make their home more appealing to potential sellers. They might organize some belongings, clean up any messes, paint over any marks on the walls, or even update some appliances and mow the lawn. However, there’s a lot sellers can do to increase their home’s market value, and it all starts with pressurized water. Under Pressure Pressure washers are great at helping you clean surfaces of your home and the surrounding areas, while saving you time during the process....

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Uses For Aerosol Spray Foam Insulation

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Aerosol foam insulation sprays on as a liquid and then hardens into a foam as it dries. Not only do-it-yourselfers use spray foam insulation products in a can; sometimes contractors use them as sealants for smaller projects. Although expanding polyurethane spray foam in an aerosol can typically is used to seal leaks around window and door frames, and filling gaps between walls and plumbing, it comes in handy for resolving other problems around your home. Use: Spray aerosol foam insulation around the frames of basement replacement windows....

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4 Clear Reasons Why Asphalt Makes A Better Driveway Than Concrete

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Most of the roads you drive on are paved with either asphalt or concrete. Either one of these materials, if used skillfully, can make for a safe, smooth, and timely trip by car. Concrete may seem like the clear choice because all your neighbors have used it for their driveways, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any better options available. With asphalt you can make the most affordable, most durable, longest-lasting driveway in the neighborhood. Following are four reasons why asphalt makes a better driveway paving material...

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Signs That You Might Have A Sewage Leak In Your Yard

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Whether you have a septic tank on your property or you are hooked up to the public sewage line, you are always at risk for a leak. Therefore, you might want to make sure that you know as many signs of a sewage leak as possible. This way, you will be able to begin leak detection, have the problem contained and repaired as quickly as possible. The Grass Is A Little Greener If you have noticed that the grass above where the sewage line is buried is a little greener than the rest of the grass in the yard, it could be because it is getting a...

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Tips For Fixing A Gas Wall Heater With A Lit Pilot Light

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If your gas wall heater stops putting out warm air, the first place you will check is the pilot light. But if the pilot light is on, you might have run out of ideas on what could be wrong. There are a few things you can check before calling a gas furnace repair professional. Note that you should always turn off the gas completely before attempting any type of check or repair. Thermostat The first place to start is checking to make sure your general heating thermostat is working. Check the batteries and change them if they haven’t been...

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4 Things To Keep In Mind When Designing Custom Shower Doors

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Designing custom doors for your shower can be an exciting experience, because you are able to create something that works best for your family and for your bathroom. However, it can be hard to envision your new shower doors until they are installed, so you might need some design tips to make sure you are headed in the right direction. Here are four things to keep in mind when you’re designing your custom shower doors, so that you get the doors you want. Start with Support One of the most important things you can do when planning your...

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DIY Auto Body: How To Wax Your Car

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Waxing your car is something that might sometimes get overlooked, but can provide a lot of excellent benefits. When you apply polish and wax to your car, you are helping to give it a beautiful shine and protect the paint job. Wax does a great job at sealing the paint from rust, water vapors, dirt and grime. You should wax your car at least once or twice a year, and after a heavy bout of rain. Here are some tips for waxing your own car. Wax in a Cool and Shaded Area Just like when you are washing your car, you should wax your car in a cool and...

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Two Tree Trimming Questions You May Be Wondering

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Having trees around your house can be a great way to keep your home and yard cool during smothering summer days. However, these plants are massive, and if they develop health problems, they can pose a threat to your home, property and nearby utility lines. Luckily, tree trimming services can correct many problems that your tree may encounter, but there are a couple of questions commonly asked by homeowners that are having this work done for the first time.  Are There Limits On When Tree Trimming Can Be Done? Some people are under the...

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Triple-Pane Vs Double-Pane Windows: Which is Right For You?

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Are your home windows fairly old? Is it time for an upgrade? When it comes time to replacing these windows, you will have a choice of whether or not you want to buy double-pane windows or triple-pane windows. Both of these will have their advantages and disadvantages. Differences between Double-Pane and Triple-Pane Windows A double-pane window is a window that has two panes of glass that are separated by a gas such as argon. A triple-pane window, as you might guess, is a window that has three panes of glass that are separated by a thin layer...

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Tripping Circuit Breakers: The Consequences Of Overloaded Electrical Outlets

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Do your circuit breakers always trip and cut off electricity to a specific room in your home? If so, the problem may be due to electrical outlets being overloaded with electronics. In this article, you will find out the consequences of having overloaded electrical outlets and learn when to call an electrician, like All American Air & Electric, Inc., for an inspection. What are the Consequences of Overloaded Electrical Outlets? One consequence of overloaded electrical outlets is the constant tripping of circuit breakers. What does...

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