Owning a Home: Knowing When to Call in the Pros

Three Areas To Clean Before Moving Into Your New House

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Cleaning up a home so that it looks shiny and new when you move in can make you even more excited about your new place. Before you move, you should do a deep cleaning to make sure the floors under your furniture are clean and the cabinets for your pots and pans are spotless. Along with cleaning the interior of the home, there are a few big, but obscure, areas to think about cleaning, as well. Read More»

3 Important Considerations To Make When Planting New Fruit Trees In Your Yard

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Before buying and planting your new fruit trees, consider the following points to ensure long-term success and satisfaction: Location It’s important to consider the size your fruit trees will be upon maturity so you know where to plant them in your yard. They should be planted far enough away from your home, fence, and other structures in your yard that they’ll be less likely to cause damage if their branches break off for some reason once they become full size. Read More»

Replacing An Old Roof? 3 Things To Consider

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If you have an older home, it may be time to replace the roof. Even if it appears to be in good shape, there can be a few underlying issues that may not be obvious. The average lifespan of an asphalt shingle roof is around 20 to 40 years while metal and tile roofs can last more than 50 years. If the roof is older than it’s average lifespan, it’s likely time for a replacement. Read More»

Expand Your Project Range With Stud Welding

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As a welder, it is easy to specialize in a certain area. For example, a welder who has contracts with an oil field might not see much benefit in taking on work not typically seen in an oil field. However, the best way to survive changing market conditions is to make sure you are able to take on a wide variety of projects so that your skills are never out of demand. Read More»

What Is the Best Material Choice for Your Main Entry Door?

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The doors on your home provide a barrier between the indoors and the outdoors. They offer you safety and protection, both from intruders and from the elements. A good entry door does this all while looking beautiful. When you start shopping the market for a new entry door, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is what material you’d like your door to be made from. Common options include steel, wood, fiberglass, and wood composite. Read More»