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Important Things To Remember For Your Next Remodeling Project

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Are you planning a future remodeling project? Are you hoping to do as much of the remodeling yourself as possible, so that you can save the most money? If you’re good with tools and working with your hands, taking care of remodeling can be a fun and satisfying way to upgrade your home and make sure that it has all of the features that you want. But before you start knocking down walls and getting drywall all over the place, there are a few things that you need to take care of first:…

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Signs That Your AC Needs to Be Serviced

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Your central air conditioner requires basic maintenance, just like any appliance in the house. Failure to maintain the unit may not result in immediate issues, but eventually problems will develop. If your air conditioner is suffering any of the symptoms below, then it is time to schedule a maintenance and repair visit from a technician. #1: Poor air flow Poor flow through the vents can be the result of one of several issues.…

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2 Reasons To Consider Portable Toilets For Your Remote Work Site

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One of the hardest parts about having your company performing services in remote areas is that it can be very difficult to get basic necessities and services, which is particularly true for basic plumbing such as toilets. Listed below are two reasons to consider utilizing portable toilets for your remote work site. Easily Moved One reason to consider portable toilets is if your work site is only temporary. This is a common issue with mining, oil, or logging camps that frequently move around to new work sites in order to maximize yield and profitability.…

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Four Ways To Beat The Heat With Home Improvements That Reduce Energy Costs

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If you want to beat the heat and save money, there are some home improvements that can help you get more energy savings and keep your home cool. This can be things like roof coatings to reflect heat, adding insulation to reduce air leaks and adding window treatments that provide thermal barriers. Here are some home improvements that can be done to help you beat the heat and reduce your energy costs:…

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