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Efficient Garbage Management For Tech Businesses

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Does your business throw away a lot of tech-related items? Old circuit boards, frayed wires, and burned out machinery needs to be handled in a responsible way to not only follow local recycling policies, but to soften the impact of disposal costs whether you’re motivated to recycle or not. Before tossing everything to the side or sending workers to get it done in any random way, here are a few planning points to consider and common disposal pitfalls to avoid. Read More»

3 Ways To Clear Up A Clogged Toilet

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If your toilet is clogged, there are things that you can do to get it up and flushing again. Most of the things to try are pretty easy for you to do.  Plunger The first thing you will probably want to try is to grab your plunger and plunging the toilet. You want to make sure that you have the right kind of plunger. They are generally black rubber, but the plunger will have an extended cup that comes out from the bell of the plunger. Read More»

Tips For Helping Your Birch Tree Survive

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If you chose a paper or cluster birch tree for your landscape, you have made a fast-growing, small-scale, beautiful choice. Birches have delicate branches, a unique bark pattern, and they mature quickly, making them a great addition to a landscape that needs a fast completion. However, birches are more susceptible to certain diseases and can be sensitive to environmental elements, especially if they are not planted or cared for correctly. Here is what you can do to make sure your birch tree stays healthy. Read More»

Four Signs You Need To Replace Your Garage Door Opener

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If you seem to be having increased difficulty with your garage door opener, it might be time to upgrade. Here are four different signs that it is time to have it replaced. 1. The Door Makes a Lot of Noise When Opening If you have an older garage door and opener, it is likely time for an upgrade. One reason for this is because the older garage doors use chain drive mechanisms that get rusty and worn over time. Read More»

How To Replace The Precast Concrete Steps In A Mobile Home Park

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Winter can take a harsh toll on concrete steps that lead up to the doors on your mobile home. In time, freeze and thaw cycles can cause your steps to crumble until they become unsafe to walk on and you have to replace them.  Here is how you can replace your old steps on the outside of your mobile home with new precast concrete steps. How to Remove Steps Before you use any equipment, put on safety glasses to protect your eyes. Read More»

How Can I Care For My Mobile Home?

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Living in a mobile home is a great way to save money while still providing yourself with a comfortable and efficient living arrangement. If this is what you hope to enjoy with your mobile home, you still have some obligations to maintain it so that you’re able to get peak performance out of the home. There are some great tips that you can keep in mind in order to make sure that you can upgrade your mobile home. Read More»

Tips For Figuring Out If There Is Something Wrong With Your Home Septic Tank

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As a homeowner with a septic tank, it is important to make sure that you are well aware of some of the more common signs that there could be something wrong with the tank or entire system. This way, you will have an easier time ensuring that the problem is corrected in a timely manner. Start expanding your knowledge on septic tank problems by checking out the following tips: All Drains In The House Smell Read More»

How Technology Connects You To Both Your Auto Insurance Company And Windshield Repair Experts

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Smartphones and tablets now have the ability to connect you to both your car insurance provider and a windshield repair expert in under ten minutes. Within a half hour of connecting to both of these businesses, you can replace your windshield and not pay a penny. Here is how that works. Use Your Insurance Provider’s App to File a Claim The first step in this two-step process is to connect to your car insurance provider through the company app. Read More»

Understanding EER And SEER

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Ever since the energy crisis of the 70s, a lot of attention has been paid to the efficiency of heating and cooling systems. Manufacturers have found it necessary (both for marketing and regulatory reasons) to make their air conditioning systems as efficient as possible. As a part of this, the EER and SEER rating systems were developed to provide a method for comparing the efficiency of one air conditioning system with another. Read More»

Choosing The Right Cabinets For Your Kitchen

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When it comes to selecting kitchen cabinets, you may feel overwhelmed by the selection of materials available to choose from. You may wonder if it even matters. After all, wood is wood, isn’t it? However, not all woods are created equal. You should consider the type of kitchen you want. Knowing if you want a contemporary, traditional, country, or modern decorating theme is the first step to deciding what type of cabinets to purchase. Read More»