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A Business Owner's Guide To Choosing The Best Commercial Paint Colors

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So you have made the decision to do a little cosmetic work and have the exterior of your business painted. You have sought out the best commercial painting service, informed your customers of upcoming work on the store, and made arrangements for alternate parking. However, there is one giant question still circling its way around your mind - What color will be the best for your business when it comes to paint?…

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Benefits Of Hiring A Professional To Design Your New Home

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If you have decided that you want to have a new home built for yourself and your family, you need to be sure that it is everything that you need. To help you with that, you are going to want to consider all of the various ways that a skilled professional home designer such as Ford Construction Company can help you. Get Added Storage Space Sure, you might need more storage space, but that does not always mean that you have to increase the total square footage of your home.…

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Old Man Winter On His Way? Protect Your Home's Sewer

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If snow is on its way, it can cause damage to the exterior of your home if you do not take some precautions. Your sewer is one of the things outside that can be damaged due to ice and snow if you do not take the proper precautions. Below are some steps you can take to ensure your sewer is in good working order come spring. Provide Insulation One easy thing you can use to keep your sewer from freezing is using mulch that you would normally use on your flowerbeds.…

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4 Energy Efficient Improvements To Your Home On A Budget

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The big trend today is green buildings and energy efficiency. Homes can be designed with green technology that costs thousands of dollars. Unfortunately, the average family cannot afford to make many of the improvements to have a completely sustainable home. However, this does not mean that there are not things that can be done to reduce energy costs. If you want to do your own energy improvements, there are affordable projects that you can do on a budget, such as improving lighting, adding solar energy and reducing energy loss in your home.…

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Maintain A Great View And An Attractive Building - Tips For Supplementing Commercial Window Cleaning

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If you own your own business, chances are good that you’ve run into many unexpected challenges. Even if you go in to business ownership entirely prepared to handle your chosen field of industry, the day-to-day mechanics of maintaining an office can be challenging. One of those challenges is maintaining the look of your building by keeping your windows clean. Below, you’ll find a guide to some steps you should take to supplement a commercial window cleaning project at your office.…

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Stay Ahead Of The Heat: How To Prep Your HVAC For Summer

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When winter comes to an end, it isn’t long before summer is knocking at your door. The scorching heat gets hotter and harder as each day passes. More often than not, it will come at you with lightning speed and you won’t even be ready for it. Most homeowners will wait until the heat gets virtually insufferable to call on an HVAC professional for maintenance and repairs. If you do the same, you’ll be in a long line of waiting customers.…

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Emergency Roof Repairs: Dealing With A Leak While You Wait For A Roofer

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If you are forced to wait several days or weeks before you are able to have a roofing contractor repair the leak in your roof, you may simply assume that there is nothing that can be done to stop the water from flowing until professional help arrives. However, the truth is, most leaks can be temporarily repaired on a DIY basis without the need for any specialty tools or overly expensive equipment.…

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Air Conditioning Replacemet Or Repair Options For Long Term Savings

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If you’re considering updating the air conditioning system throughout your home, you may need to do work to more than just replace the actual air conditioner. There could be a lot of ventilation components that are causing your problems. If the unit is more than a decade old, it could be reaching the end of its life or starting to have parts go bad. Ask the air conditioning repair professional about the following changes throughout your system, and the costs to update the unit.…

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How To Clean Your Pond

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Cleaning your pond is required in order to keep it free from algae, leaves and other muck. Cleaning it will keep it looking its best and keep the plants and fish (if you have any) in your pond healthy. If you have fish in your pond, it’s essential to clean your pond thoroughly and properly, so as to not harm your fish. See below for instructions on how to clean your pond.…

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Does Your Home Need A Modulating-Condensing Furnace?

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Older furnaces and some newer furnaces feature what is known as a conventional furnace design. Basically, your furnace will have a one-speed blower and one heat exchanger. This means that whenever the furnace comes on, the motor will run at full speed, which means that your motor will consume more electricity and fuel than the same motor would if it were running at a lower speed. Furthermore, your furnace’s one heat exchanger will leave some heat in the exhaust gases that vent out of the furnace, wasting this heat that could potentially be used to heat your home.…

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