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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»

Hosting A Community Cleanup Event: Three Things To Consider

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Whether there is ab abandoned lot or a long-forgotten park in your neighborhood, you may want to organize a cleanup even to bring beauty back to the block and get rid of the trash and waste that can pile up over time. Here are a few things to consider before you schedule your community cleanup. Arrange For A Dumpster Filling garbage cans can be cumbersome during a large cleanup project. The cans may become full after just a few hours of cleaning, and they may not have enough room for all of the trash you find. 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»

Is It Time For New Residential Windows? How You Can Tell

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Replacing the windows of your home is an important thing to do as soon as it is needed to be done. The longer you wait, the more problems you might encounter as the old windows deteriorate. To help you know when it is time to call a contractor for replacement windows, you will want to read through the following helpful points. The Windows No Longer Stay Open Or Shut Without Assistance Read More»

Insight To Help You Keep Your Home Cooler During The Summer Months

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Summer has always historically been a warmer time of the year, but this summer has brought with it more extreme heat in many parts of the the United States and surrounding areas. Keeping your home cooler is important for creating a comfortable space for you and your family to stay protected from the extreme heat, but you don’t want to have to run your air conditioner continually to keep it cool enough. Read More»

Achieving Beautiful Draperies In Your Home: 5 Steps

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Adding window treatments in your home can take some careful planning and measuring. It’s important to take into consideration the room you are decorating as well as the look and feel that you are trying to achieve. You can get the beautiful drapery look you want in your home by following the tips below. 1. Decide On Your Style First, you need to figure out what style you want in your room. Read More»

4 Telling Signs You Need New Insulation

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You likely do not think much about your home’s insulation because it is hidden from your view. If you have been in your home for some time, however, it may be time for new insulation. This will ensure your home stays warm or cool to keep you comfortable. Below are four signs that it needs to be replaced. Problems with HVAC System If you notice your HVAC system is running much more than it normally does to keep your home at the right temperature, it cannot do this for long. Read More»

Can You DIY A Fireplace? Two Ways To Do It

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You can make your own fireplace, but you should make sure that the fireplace does not interfere with load-bearing walls first. Since an exposed chimney has to be cut out of the wall or vented through the corner of your house, you want to be sure that you will not accidentally set the house on fire or reduce a wall’s ability to support the upper story and roof of the house. Read More»

5 Benefits Of External Storm Windows

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External storm windows hang on the outside of a window, and homeowners choose to install them for a variety of reasons. Investing in storm windows can be a good idea in a number of ways. If you are thinking about purchasing external storm windows for your home, some of their main benefits include: Protection One of the more obvious reasons to get storm windows is in order to protect your regular windows from damage. Read More»

Four Signs You Need a New Chimney Liner

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Whether you depend upon your fireplace for heat or just enjoy the ambiance of a flickering flame on a winter’s night, it’s vital that you make sure the chimney is safe. Otherwise, you could be endangering your home by courting disaster in the form of a chimney fire. Most chimneys have a liner of some sort, usually of clay or a metal like steel. Some chimneys have no liner—just the exposed brick. Read More»