Bought An Abandoned Home And Restoring It? 2 Tips To Improve The Landscaping

Posted on: 30 August 2019

If you purchased an abandoned home, the landscape has likely also been abandoned. If so, there are many things you can do to improve the landscaping, two of which are listed below. You can then enjoy your newly restored home inside and out. Inspect Trees If the property has a lot of trees, there are likely many that are overgrown. If so, this overgrowth can cause problems with the trees. This is because it is important that the canopies of trees be trimmed; if the canopy is too thick, water and sunlight cannot get through and down to the roots of the trees.
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2 Signs Your Home's Water Heater Has Excess Sediment

Posted on: 17 July 2019

Whether you have a gas or electric water heater, you depend on it to provide hot water for your house. Over time, as the water is heated inside of the tank, sediment in the water separates and builds up inside of your tank. When this happens, the appliance needs to be flushed out by a professional to keep the sediment from building up and corroding the interior of the tank. If you are unsure of whether this needs to be done, look for the following signs that your home's water heater has excess sediment.
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3 Things To Consider When Replacing Your Home's Siding

Posted on: 5 June 2019

Many homes are built with siding, and siding is excellent at protecting the interior of a house from outside elements and keeping moisture out. However, siding does not last forever — the time will come where you can no longer repair siding issues and need to replace all of the siding on your home. Replacing siding is a big project, and can be expensive. So, homeowners need to be prepared, know what they are doing, and research their options if they want to ensure that their money is well spent and they are completely satisfied with the final results.
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2 Signs You Have Water Leaking Out Of Your Swimming Pool

Posted on: 29 April 2019

If you have a swimming pool on your home's property, you may have noticed lately that you are having to refill it frequently, leading you to believe you may have a leak somewhere. If so, look for the following signs that you have water leaking out of your swimming pool. 1.  Unusually Green and Lush Grass in One Area Besides having to replace the water every couple of days, one of the first signs that may tip you off to a possible leak can be found in the area surrounding your swimming pool.
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