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3 Concrete Products to Include in Your Landscape Design

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There are several different products that you can add to your landscape design as accessory pieces that give it a beautiful, completed look. One material that is excellent to use for these pieces is concrete. Concrete is not only durable against weather, but it can also be made to look very beautiful. This article will discuss three great concrete products to include in your landscape design.  Bird Bath A simple, yet elegant and timeless piece to incorporate into your landscape design is a concrete bird bath.…

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Unconventional Construction Materials

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Many homeowners are finding creative ways to incorporate unique materials into the construction of their home. While people traditionally think of materials like wood, brick, and steel when constructing a home, a little bit of imagination and ingenuity can help you transform your living space into a work of art. Here are three unique types of building materials available to you, and some simple ways you can think about incorporating them into the construction of your new home in the future.…

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How To Install A 240V Circuit Breaker

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If you use large appliances in your home, such as a dryer, they require a 240v circuit breaker. A 240v volt circuit breaker is similar to a standard circuit breaker, except it has two breaker switches placed on top of each other. Installing a new 240v circuit breaker is a project that can be tackled by a beginning DIY person. Here are some tips to install a 240v circuit breaker.…

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A Guide for Understanding and Fixing Scale Buildup in Hot Water Heaters

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Minerals in water can build up in your hot water tank. The heat and steam in a hot water heater causes the hard minerals in the water to separate out from the water, where they clink to the sides of the tank and build up. Over time this can lead to major issues with your hot water heater. The following guide to hot water heater scale can help you avoid problems.…

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Removing Clogs By Cleaning The P-Trap

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It is not an uncommon problem to have drains that clog up and drain very slowly. A clog in a sink can happen in a bathroom or kitchen sink when you are trying to brush your teeth or wash your hands and the sink will not drain quickly enough. Sometimes these issues may be serious enough that you will have to call in a plumber to fix the problem. Other times, you may be able to fix the clog without calling a plumber.…

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DIY Repairs: How To Fix Small Potholes In Your Asphalt

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Are you looking for an inexpensive and simple way to repair the small potholes in your asphalt driveway or patio? If so, you have come to the right place. By following the step-by-step guide below, you will be able to perform these important repairs in just 5 easy steps without the need to hire a professional contractor. Step 1: Gather Your Materials There are a few basic supplies that you will need in order to complete these repairs.…

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Tips For Properly Caring For A Flat Roof

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If you are the proud owner of a home with a flat roof, you are going to find that you have your own unique set of challenges and things you must do in order to properly upkeep the property. To help make sure that you are on the right track, you should take a look at the following tips. This way, your flat roof will stay in great shape and you will be able to thoroughly enjoy it.…

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Got Hard Water? Here's How To Beat It

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At some point in your life, you will have to deal with the unsightly buildup of hard water stains in your kitchen sink and faucet, your shower, and other areas of your home that use water. These stains can often be difficult to remove, and when you have guests over, they’re rather embarrassing to have out on display for all to see. If you’re tired of scrubbing away at these stains and you just want a way to get rid of hard water forever, then keep reading – there are many tried-and-true methods to beat it once and for all.…

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How To Handle A Heating Emergency In Your Office Building

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Dead in the middle of a frigid winter, the heat goes out unexpectedly and the temperature in your office starts to drop dramatically fast. Unfortunately, most business owners do not plan for a heating repair emergency and it can be hard for business to go on as usual. If you are not prepared when the heating system hits the skids, you will most likely be left having to send employees home early and closing up shop until repairs can be made or alternate arrangements are made.…

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Answers To Two Commercial Air Conditioning Questions

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Keeping your customers comfortable while they are at your business is an essential task for almost any enterprise. Unfortunately, these systems can be extremely wasteful when it comes to energy efficiency. These inefficiencies can eat into your business’s profits, and it should be no surprise that there are a couple of questions some owners and managers may have about reducing these expenses.  What Does It Mean To Zone A Building?…

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