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3 Things to Remember When You’re Planning a Skip Bin Hire

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A skip bin hire can make any renovation or remodeling job much easier on you, as these jobs usually create rubbish that cannot be put out on the curb with your every day trash. They allow you to keep this rubbish safely contained on the jobsite and will protect your lawn from being damaged by piles debris. Before you plan a skip bin hire however, you need to take into consideration a few important points. 1. Always get a size larger than you think you need It’s always best to get the largest size skip bin you think you need, rather than...

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Simple Do-it-yourself Procedures for Eliminating Asbestos

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After some traces of asbestos have been found in your home, you can elect to remove it yourself, or look for professionals to do the job for you. Doing it, yourself means that your have made up your mind to forego the legal help that you could have received by hiring abatement professionals. How do you go about removing asbestos on your own? Here is a simple-to-follow procedure: Get Permits You must first obtain permits from your state regulators. The guide on how to go about abatement process and the right disposal procedures are contained...

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3 Ways To Avoid Unnecessary Plumbing Repairs In The Home

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Plumbing repairs are typically going to be needed in every home eventually, as pipes and connectors eventually become worn and corroded. In some cases, tree roots grow through pipes outside the home and cause them to crack and fill with dirt, and so you experience clogs. While many plumbing repairs are going to be necessary in the home, there are some repairs that could otherwise be avoided. Very often homeowners misuse their plumbing or do something to damage pipes without realizing the damage they’re causing. Note a few ways to avoid...

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Top garage door upgrades to have

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Nowadays, a garage door is not just a door, it does much more than lock up or open your garage. The garage door is one of the areas of the home which when properly cared for, can generously boost the resell value of your property. If your garage door is placed in a position such that it faces the streets, then you can use that to further enhance the visual appeal of your home. Here are some of the best upgrades you perform on it during  your garage doors service.  Energy saving insulation One thing you can do to your garage is...

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Examples of Sustainable Construction

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you choosing a construction method or materials, and would like to know which ones are sustainable? By opting for the right methods or materials you can reduce the carbon footprint that your construction project creates, and the building during its lifetime. In most cases a sustainable approach to construction does not require more funding, all you need is to be aware of the sustainable options out there. Read on for some examples of sustainable construction ideas that you can use to improve the sustainability of your build. Solar Powered...

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Tips for Using Shop Fixtures and Fittings to Increase Your Overall Sales

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Shop fixtures and fittings are important for any retail environment, as they allow you to display your merchandise in a way that’s easy for customers to see and to reach. However, your shop fixtures should include more than just shelves and racks. Certain fixtures can actually help you to increase your overall sales. Consider how to use the following tips in your retail store to maximize profitability. 1. Put items together to Increase sales A clothing retailer should have shop fixtures and even mannequins that show certain outfits put...

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3 Tips To Prepare For Broken Window Glass Repairs

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

No homeowner wants to deal with broken glass, but accidents happen—whether it is broken windows or broken kitchen glass splashbacks. Chances are you may have to deal with it at least once in your lifetime—especially if you have little kids playing in your home or backyard. Shattered glass is not only about dealing with a mess, but it could also be dangerous to be around. That’s why you must undertake glass repair immediately. Broken shards of glass are sharp and hazardous for children running around the house, so here are 3 tips to...

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Preventing Concrete Cracking

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Concrete is known to be one of the most durable material used in construction when properly installed, but in some instances, it cracks even when just poured. This happens because a number of factors were not considered when installing it. Various factors lead to this cracking, and this is one of the reasons why concrete repairs are done. Too much water Adding water reduces the water to cement ratio and makes the concrete much easier to work with. However, doing this poses a great risk when the cement starts to dry and become rock solid, and...

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DIY Overhead Garage Door Repair Tips

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Garage doors act as your first line of defence against intruders and they need to remain in top shape. Not all garage door repair issues need the attention of an expert. In most cases, you can handle the repairs yourself if you learn how. For starters, you must understand that all overhead garage doors—regardless of whether they swing up or roll up—operate using a spring tension. When the door swings or rolls up on the metal tracks, it is powered by a heavy spring. If you notice that the door is not moving smoothly or is getting jammed,...

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Using Cold Patch Asphalt

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Cold patch asphalt is commonly used to repair worn out asphalt surfaces. Blacktop surfaces are prone to crack due to harsh weather conditions and wear and tear. Allowing the patch to cure properly will enable it to harden and ensure repair is permanent. After being compressed properly the material air-dries but that process takes about 24 hours. Follow the steps below repair your asphalt and quicken the drying process of cold patch asphalt. Clean the area The damaged area should be clean before repair is done for high-quality results. Using a...

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