A Closer Look At Fumbles To Avoid When Attempting DIY Vinyl Siding Repair

Posted on: 8 August 2016
Whether it's a crack in one area, damage caused by hail, or even stained sections, there is no type of damage to vinyl siding that cannot be solved with a seemingly simple repair job. While replacing a section of vinyl siding may seem like a fairly easy task even with little experience, there is still room for errors. Many homeowners find in their own attempts to make repairs to their vinyl siding that the process is much more complicated than what they initially thought.
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Restoring The Fixer-Upper Home You Purchased To Its Original Beauty

Posted on: 13 July 2016
If you recently purchased an older home that could be deemed something of a fixer-upper, you may not know what you can and should do to begin the restoration and renovation process. While the idea of tackling such a project can feel overwhelming at times, you do not want to let yourself get discouraged from the project you have taken on. Get to know some of the steps that you can take to begin the restoration and renovation process so that you can have your older home in top shape before you know it.
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Refuting A Few Myths About Water Damage Repair

Posted on: 28 April 2016
Water damage is a threat that can strike any home, but it is a problem that many homeowners may not be sure how to address. Sadly, this problem can be further complicated due to a prevalence of misinformation about repairing water damage. After you have learned the truth behind these two water damage restoration myths, you will find yourself in a far better position to repair your home following this type of damage.
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How To Clean A Smelly Mattress And Keep The Smell From Coming Back

Posted on: 6 April 2016
Is there an odor coming from your mattress? After years of you sweating in bed, it's no surprise that your mattress has started to smell more like old gym shorts than a field of daisies. Luckily, there is something you can do about the unpleasant scent. Follow these steps to get rid of the odor and keep it from coming back again. Step 1: Remove any distinct stains or spots.
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