Three Ways To Make Your Sliding Glass Door Slide Smoothly

Posted on: 2 February 2016
Over time, a sliding door may start to become difficult to open and close because it has not been properly maintained. If you notice that your door is not sliding smoothly, there are a few things that you can do to ensure that the door slides smoothly again. The following guide walks you through a few things you can do to make your sliding door slide as smoothly as possible.
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The Advantages Of Thermoplastic Olefin Roofing For Your Commercial Building

Posted on: 12 January 2016
When the time comes to replace the roofing on your commercial building, you have a number of material options from which to choose. Before you make a final decision, consider thermoplastic olefin (TPO) to meet your roofing needs.  Durability A TPO roof is particularly durable due to the unique blend of materials used to create it. First propylene, rubber, and ethylene are chemically bound together. Then a unique mix of fillers is added, including fiberglass, talc, and carbon filler.
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How To Prevent Premature Air Conditioning Failure Using The Power Of Time Travel (Forethought)

Posted on: 22 December 2015
Prevention is like a kind of time travel. You can reach into the future from where you are in the present and change an outcome that would've turned out differently otherwise. Here are a few ways you can copy the effects of having a time machine by maintaining your current system using a few tricks and services. Swap Out the Filter You can get a professional to do this if desired, but it's recommended that the air filter be swapped out every few months, especially for central air systems.
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Three Steps To Do-It-Yourself Water Heater Maintenance

Posted on: 7 December 2015
Although it's important to keep the contact information of a reliable repairman handy, you can save time and money if you know how to perform basic upkeep on appliances yourself. Your water heater is one appliance that can use occasional maintenance and care. Here are three steps to keeping up with your water heater's needs. 1. Flush the tank annually If you don't flush out your water heater's tank on a regular basis, the sediment that builds up inside can knock around the inside of the chamber and wear away at the walls.
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