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Adding A Water Line For Your Refrigerator's Ice Maker

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There are few things more refreshing than a cold beverage when you are really thirsty. Having constant access to ice makes it a lot easier to make a cold beverage on-demand, and many modern refrigerators are equipped with automatic ice makers to ensure your supply of ice never dries up. Unfortunately, some older homes might not be equipped with water lines that allow an automatic ice maker to work properly.…

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Taking A Deeper Look At Problems With Antiquated Steel Septic Tanks

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If you live in an older home, there is a pretty good chance that the septic system you have in place consists of an older model steel septic tank. While steel septic tanks were once a common component in septic systems, these tanks have long been replaced by more modern and durable types, such as fiberglass and concrete septic tanks. If you are pretty certain that your home is fitted with a steel septic tank, you should know a few things right off the bat.…

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3 Facts You Should Know About Sand Blasting

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If you need to have the concrete at your home properly prepared so that it can be repainted or re-etched, you should consider having the entire area sandblasted. Sandblasting is different from some other techniques that you may be familiar with because it is a low-dust option. It can be accomplished quickly with minimal preparation of the area. In addition, it is important to point out that sandblasting is similarly appropriate for the removal of graffiti and rust from the surface in question.…

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Five Things You May Be Doing Wrong With Your Equestrian Property Fencing

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If you own a horse property, you likely have it fenced in, with gates at the entrance or other points of access. However, if you’re not using your fencing properly, you could put your horses or even riders at risk. Here are five things you may be doing wrong with your fencing that you should correct right away. Not Using Proper Perimeter Fencing Your perimeter fencing should be constructed to both keep your horses from leaving your property and to keep intruders and other critters out.…

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Make The Most Of The Space In The Bathroom In Your Tiny Home

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When you live in a tiny home, it is important to make the most of every square foot of room that is available to you. There are many people who think that the bathroom in a tiny home has to feel cramped and uncomfortable because the home itself is so tiny. That is not the case at all though. The guide below walks you through a few ways to make the most of the space available in the bathroom of your tiny home.…

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Two Reasons Why You Should Use A Warming Blanket On Your Propane Tank

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Propane tanks are used in many different capacities.  Whether it’s for easy grilling for crews on a construction site, or warming a hot tub or pool that you’re installing, propane tanks do a wonderful job of making sure that there is a sufficient source of heat.  However, one issue that you should consider is the importance of keeping the tank itself warm.  If the tank is not kept warm, the propane loses pressure and you may find that the tank will not work properly.…

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Options To Conceal Aging, Repaired Concrete Surfaces

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When your concrete cracks, chips, sinks or becomes discolored, you may be questioning if you have to redo the entire surface to get the brand spanking new look that it once had. Well, the answer to your question is, no, you don’t have to redo the entire surface to get that like new look. You have a few options to consider, and here you will learn just what they are.…

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4 Ways To Update Your Living Room

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You and your family probably spend a ton of time in the living room, whether it’s snuggled on the couch watching movies or playing games with your kids on the living room floor. Such an important room should feel comfortable, calm, and happy. If instead your living room feels dated and shabby, it might be time for these four updates: Add Hardwood Floors Carpet is often dated looking, not to mention hard to clean.…

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Installing Your Own Roof? Follow These 3 Tips For Success

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Your home will eventually need a brand new roof. While this job is typically done by a roofing contractor, you may be tempted to do the job yourself. For those handy homeowners that are up to the challenge, learn more about 3 tips to make your roof replacement is successful by reading here: Rent A Large Dumpster It’s important that you consider how you are going to clean up the mess from the old roof removal before you even get started.…

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Are You New To Glass Shower Doors? How You Can Keep Them Sparkling

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Glass shower doors are not only beautiful to have in your bathroom, but they are more sanitary when they are compared to shower curtains. You do need to learn how to clean the shower doors properly, however. Below are two things you can do to keep your shower glass doors looking new and sparkling for you. Use a Squeegee If you have ever used a squeegee on your home’s windows when cleaning them, you know how helpful it is to remove water.…

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