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  • Top Benefits Of Retractable Screens For Your Home

    Fixed screens have long been common for windows, doors, and patios. These types of screens serve their purpose, but more and more homeowners are opting for a new choice—retractable screens. Just like the name suggests, retractable screens can be pulled down when they are needed and then retracted, at which point they will roll up and be invisible. There are many reasons to choose retractable screens for your doors, windows, and patio. [Read More]

  • Laminate Tiles Look Great In Wood Styles

    When most people think about wood style floors, they think about wooden planks. Pre-fabricated wooden floors are affordable and desirable to everyone. The one thing that homeowners often don't like about wooden floors is that the finish wears off. Pretty much any wooden flooring product you choose, whether it is custom, prefabricated, layered, over the counter, or reclaimed, is going to wear down on the top surface. This not only means that the color fades and start to look differently, it also means that the wood can start to absorb dirt and moisture. [Read More]

  • Four Advantages Of Asphalt Sealcoating

    Asphalt sealcoating is a regular part of maintenance for your paved surface, as it provides a protective barrier over the top of your asphalt that prevents moisture and temperature damage from causing cracks and other forms of structural stress and damage. However, there are a number of other benefits associated with sealcoating besides simple physical protection of your asphalt. Knowing what those benefits are can help make it clear to you why sealcoating should be an indispensable part of your paving maintenance schedule. [Read More]

  • Three Ways To Remodel And Resurface An Outdoor Sports Court

    Sports courts give kids and adults somewhere to go with something to do. They are a public park staple in every city and town. If the sports court nearest you is looking a little rundown and less inviting, here are some ways your local government could remodel, resurface, and restore it to play. Grind It Down, Build It Up for B-Ball Basketball courts do not have to be fancy. They just have to be. [Read More]

  • How Water Purification Systems Provide You With Healthy Water

    Water is used in a variety of ways in your household. You use it to cook with, take a bath and to drink. For these reasons, you want to make sure that your water is contaminated free. Most people drink water that comes from a bottle or a water purification system. You are drinking what is called reverse osmosis (R.O.) water. This water is made using water filtration technology. For these reasons, water is essential for your survival. [Read More]

  • Advice For First-Time Home Builders

    Building your dream home is an exciting prospect, but it's one that's not without its unique considerations. There's so much to think about, plan, and keep track of that it can be overwhelming. This is particularly true when it's not a process you're familiar with already. The good news is that there are a few tips that may help you to avoid some of the most common issues that new home builders encounter. [Read More]

  • 3 Things That Can Damage Your Fire Sprinkler Heads

    Fire sprinkler systems can be great for saving your home and family in an emergency, but you can't count on your sprinkler system if your sprinkler heads aren't in good condition. These are a few things that can damage fire sprinkler heads and prevent them from working when you need them the most: 1. Not Cleaning Them First of all, even though you might not really think about your fire sprinkler heads when you're working on your regular cleaning routine, the truth is that the should be cleaned off fairly regularly. [Read More]

  • Senior Grandparent Living With You? Protect Them By Installing A Fire Sprinkler System

    If you have a senior grandparent that lives with you they may not be able to get out of your home quickly if there is a fire.  This is especially true if they are alone when the fire happens. To help with this, you can install a fire sprinkler system in your home. Below is some information about the different types that are available, as well as how the system alerts and the sprinkler heads are used: [Read More]

  • 3 Things To Consider When Building A Custom Home

    Finding the right home can be a challenge. This is especially true in real estate markets where there is low inventory or when the buyer is looking for something unique. Buyers who are very selective in terms of the features they are looking for in a home may also find themselves struggling to find the right property. Custom homes are a great solution for anyone who is unable to find a home that suits their needs. [Read More]

  • Tearing Out That Old Carpeting To Refinish The Hardwood? Tips For Prepping The Floors

    Have you finally decided to rip out the old carpeting in your home an refinish the beautiful hardwood underneath? If so, there's a fair amount of prep work that must be done prior to the refinishing process. While you can pay a professional to do it for you, doing the job yourself is easy and can save you quite a bit of money. These tips will help you prepare the floors: [Read More]