How to Brace Your Garage for a Storm Attack

Posted on: 14 April 2015

Most homeowners build garages as an extension to their homes. While this may sometimes save on costs and space, it usually puts the home at risk of flooding when a hurricane strikes. The fact that garage doors have hinges and a lot of moving parts, such as track systems, makes them a point of weakness in almost any home. This makes impact-proofing garage doors a necessary step when it comes to minimizing hurricane related losses.
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Taking Green Roofs To A Whole New Level: Commercial Roofing That Goes Beyond Recycled Materials

Posted on: 1 April 2015

Grass and trees in large cities are at a premium, unless you live very close to a park. Even then, everything green does not belong to your business, but to the city. When you decide to replace your commercial roofing, and you want a green roof, consider the following possibility. You will not only own a little patch of green, but you will also be helping the environment and the air quality of your city.
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Is My Garage Door Safe?

Posted on: 19 March 2015

Modern automatic garage doors manufactured after January 1, 1993 are required to come equipped with an automatic reverse function and a photo lens. These convenient and important safety features can prevent terrible injuries and even deaths. Here's how the features work: Automatic reverse function. When an object is laying in the path of the garage door, the garage door will stop closing if it touches that object. After a moment's pause, the door will reverse course and then open again.
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Retrieve Your Key If It Accidentally Goes Down Your Sink's Drain

Posted on: 9 March 2015

If your house key accidentally falls down your sink's drain, remove it with a few, simple steps. Knowing how to complete this task will also come in handy if your drain ever becomes clogged and unclogging agents fail to solve the problem. Use The Following Materials adjustable wrench pliers plastic sheeting or vinyl tarp large bucket scrub brush soapy water garden hose flashlight Remove The Trap The trap is the oddly bent pipe that sits right under your sink.
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