3 Ways To Protect Your Lawn From Your Dumpster Rental

Posted on: 15 June 2015

To make cleaning easier during your home renovation, you might be thinking about renting a dumpster for your construction crew to use. Unfortunately, if you need to use your driveway and the city doesn't allow homeowners to put dumpsters on the street, you might have to park that heavy trash bin on your front lawn. Here are three way to protect your lawn from your dumpster rental, so that you don't have to deal with sod damage when you are finished fixing up your house:
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Custom Glass: 4 Additions To Make Your House Pop

Posted on: 1 June 2015

When you think of glass, you may think of the glasses you drink out of, your mirror, or the windows in your home. But glass can be much more than simply something that lets the sun in and keeps the bugs out. Glass can be customized to give your home a truly unique touch. Here are some ways that you can use custom glass to make your home into a beautiful sanctuary.
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Common Signs That Your Water Heater Is Giving Out

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Most people don't think about their water heaters until they turn on the faucet to a cold shower. Often, there are signs that your water heater is about to go out. By knowing what they are and inspecting your heater periodically, you can plan for a replacement before you are stuck with nothing but cold water. Check the Warranty The lifespan of a water heater depends on many variables – the specific heater and manufacturer, whether you have hard water, and how much it is used.
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A Guide To Buying The Right Surge Protector

Posted on: 29 April 2015

Before using your electrical components, consider investing in a surge protector. Surge protectors are responsible for keeping your electrical devices from experiencing any type of surge in electricity. The following guide will help you choose the right surge protector for your needs. Decide on a Number of Outlets Before purchasing a surge protector, consider how many outlets you need to have. Determine the items you plan to plug into the surge protector and purchase the item with the desired number of ports available.
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