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Tips To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Basement

Having a basement opens up a world of opportunity. You have space which spans the entire length of your home that you can play around with. If your basement is currently just an area that you store old belongings in you could be missing out. It's time to turn your basement into something that is much more than just a storage area. The tips that follow can help you create a basement that you can be proud of. Read More 

Three Plumbing Care Tips For Your New Restaurant

Managing a restaurant involves addressing numerous needs that are unique to this type of establishment. Unfortunately, individuals that have only recently opened their first restaurant may not be sure of the type of care that the plumbing system will need. Luckily, there are some cost-effective steps that can be used to keep your restaurant from experiencing significant plumbing issues on a routine basis. Use Food Strainers For Every Drain The Staff May Use Read More 

3 Ways To Keep Your Hunting Dog Safe & Happy In Your Backyard

If you are welcoming a new canine family member into your home that has an instinct to hunt, chances are that it will spend a lot of time in your backyard getting exercise and taking care of business in the elimination department (poo and pee). Here are a few important things you'll need to do to keep your pet safe and happily confined in your backyard. Install chain link fencing Read More 

Bubble, Bubble, Toil And Trouble: A Guide To Leaky Boilers

It's never a good thing to venture down into your basement and discover a puddle of water at the base of your boiler. Not only does this indicate that your boiler is probably not heating your home as well as it should, but the water accumulation can lead to mold and water damage. It's important to get to the bottom of what's causing the leak, and then take action to address it. Read More 

What Is Valet Self Storage And Is It Right For You?

Are you looking for one or more self storage units to hold your belongings between moves, or while you're getting major repairs done to your house? Moving your things into self storage units can be almost as difficult as moving to an entire new house. You've got to box things up, make sure they're packed carefully, move them to the unit, and unload them. You've also got to arrange them within the unit so they are organized and set up safely. Read More 

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Building A Better Bathroom: Tips For Bathroom Construction

The one challenge I always had with my house was the fact that there was no bathroom on the first floor. Once I reached a point where I had equity in the house, I decided it was time to do some renovations. After working with a local construction contractor to map out the plans for converting the mud room into a first-floor bathroom, I decided to chronicle the entire process. I created this site to do just that in the hopes that reading about my experiences and what I learned may help others decide to tackle that renovation project they've always wanted to do as well.

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