Three Common Window Screen Problems And What You Can Do About Them

Posted on: 28 November 2015
Window screens are often overlooked when doing chores and maintenance work on your home. However, because window screens keep insects and other pests from entering your house and allow you to have fresh air when the windows are open, it is important to keep them in good shape. To keep your screens in good condition, you need to know how to handle some minor problems. Here are some common problems you may have with your window screens and some tips to help you fix them.
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Making The Grade: How To Choose Kitchen Cabinets

Posted on: 3 November 2015
Cabinets are an important part of the overall design of your kitchen. Kitchen cabinets are separated into several quality categories, called grades. These grades are used to assess both the price-point and quality of a given cabinet and can help you assess which cabinets are right for your kitchen and budget. Learning more about them can help you decide what type of kitchen cabinets best suit your needs. Ready-to-Assemble (RTA)
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What To Do When Your Home And Personal Items Are Under Water

Posted on: 24 September 2015
You wake up to find your basement flooded and you have boxes and furniture sitting in water. How do you recover from such an event? Quick action on your part will save some of your personal items. You'll also need help from a water damage restoration company. Here is how to approach a flood in the home so you'll save as many items as possible. What Can Be Saved Depends on Timing and the Flood Source
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Understanding Hard Water, Its Potential For Causing Damage, And What You Can Do

Posted on: 10 September 2015
Hard water is a serious problem that impacts millions of homes across the country – one that creates a serious risk of damage if left untreated. That's why you need to know how to detect this problem and eliminate it from your home. What is Hard Water? Water hardness is determined by the concentration of dissolved calcium and magnesium: the higher the levels, the harder the water. These dissolved chemicals (known as calcium carbonate) are measured by the number of milligrams present in each liter of water.
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