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3 Things To Consider When Renting Equipment For A Party

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Making the decision to host a holiday party or special event can be exciting, but it also comes with a significant amount of responsibility. In order to ensure that you have access to the equipment required to seat, feed, and entertain your guests, you may want to work with a party rental company. Here are three things that you should keep in mind as you rent party equipment to ensure your rental experience is a positive one.…

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3 Tips To Assess The Quality Of The Hatch To Your Cabin On Your Boat

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Whether you own a small cabin cruiser or a large fishing boat with a full interior cabin under the deck, the inner quarters are only as good as the hatch door that protects the space. Unfortunately, a lot of boat owners neglect to give the hatch the attention it really deserves and find one day that the cabin of their boat is damp, dank, and moldy because of it. When you have a hatch on board that is supposed to be watertight, you do have to pay attention to this entry fixture and replace it as often as needed to protect the life of your boat.…

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4 Tips For Making Your Fireplace Cozier

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One of the areas of your home you may enjoy the most is your where your fireplace is. This can be a perfect place to relax and stay warm while having friends or family over to your home. The good news is there are many things you can do that will improve the look of this area. If you want to make your fireplace a cozier place to enjoy it’s essential to know some tips that will enable you to do so.…

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Suggestions For Concrete Patio Construction & Care

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A driveway that is constructed with gravel is very appealing, which detracts from the beauty of the exterior of a house. If you want to get rid of your gravel driveway, consider getting one constructed out of concrete. Not only will the concrete be more appealing for your house, but it will also come with a few benefits over a gravel driveway. For example, a concrete driveway can last for many years before needing to be replaced as long as it is taken good care of.…

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2 Step Guide To Temporarily Patching A Chip In Your Car's Windshield

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While driving down a gravel road, you may have had a stone fly up and chip your windshield, leaving you to wonder what you can do about it. If so, use the two-step guide below to temporarily patch the chip in your car’s windshield until you can have it repaired to keep the cracked glass from growing and letting water inside your vehicle. Step 1:  Clean the Glass with Alcohol Before you start patching your windshield, this first step involves cleaning the glass with alcohol to prepare the area.…

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3 Important Features Of Your Kitchen To Remodel Before Selling Your Home And Why

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Even though most homeowners only consider remodeling projects to enhance the home they plan to stay in, remodeling certain rooms in the house is also a logical decision before you list your home for sale. This is especially true in the kitchen. The kitchen of the home is where a lot of homeowners spend a good portion of their time and it is highly important for this room to be as welcoming and functional as possible.…

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Five Tips For Smooth Asphalt Driveways And Parking Lots

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Want a smooth and shiny finish for your asphalt parking lot or driveway? There are several strategies that can help you create the smooth finish you desire. Take these tips into consideration. 1. Focus on Adequate Preparation You need a smooth level surface if you want the asphalt to be smooth. If you are starting from scratch, make sure that you do a survey that ensures the parking lot or driveway is level and only slopes as needed for rainwater drainage.…

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3 Common Problems That Start In The Crawl Spaces Of Old Balloon Framed Houses

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Balloon framing was once a popular construction method, including in Washington state. In a balloon framed house, the exterior walls have cavities in between the studs (known as stud bays) that run from the attic to the crawl space or basement. Due to this vast expanse of open space, homes with balloon framing have several problems. Here’s what you need to know if you own an older balloon framed house.…

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Winter Will Be Here Before You Know It: 3 Ways To Get Your Roof Ready For The Weather Change

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Summer might be right around the corner, but now’s the time to start preparing your roof for winter weather. The last thing you want to do is climb around on your roof during a snowstorm. Taking the time to prepare your roof while there’s warm weather will help you prevent problems when winter weather sets in. Here are three simple steps you can take right now to prevent problems when the weather changes.…

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Design A Premier Backyard Retreat

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Why go on vacation when you can escape to your own backyard? Well, you may still want to fly away to exotic locales, but your backyard can become the center of your mini getaways. The key is to brainstorm all the activities you want to enjoy. For instance, you may want a hot tub and/or swimming pool, or a lawn may be more your speed. Whatever your outdoor living style, though, some landscaping and hardscaping amenities can elevate your backyard to retreat level.…

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