Restoring Your Home After A Fire: Three Places To Look For Damage

Posted on: 22 March 2016
Even a small fire can damage your home. Along with actual damage from the flames, your home may have damage from soot and water. Some damage to your home may not even be visible. When you hire a general contractor to repair your home, you'll want to review the extent of the damage and have a thorough inspection performed to ensure your home is safe and clean once again. Here are a few things to look for as you inspect the damage.
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3 Things To Consider When Choosing New Drapes

Posted on: 22 February 2016
As a homeowner, you want to make your space your own. This means going through everything and adding in accessories and draperies that are going to accentuate your style and personality. However, there are so many choices out there that it can be confusing and overwhelming for many. They cannot decide between all of the styles, colors and textures. If you are having a hard time deciding which draperies are going to look the best in your space, consider some of the following information.
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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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