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Forget to Check the Propane Tank? Use This DIY Heater to Stay Warm Until the Delivery Truck Arrives

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Homeowners who depend upon propane gas for heating often lease their storage tank from the residential propane gas delivery service that delivers their propane. To add convenience, many of these propane companies periodically refill the tank so the homeowner doesn’t have to worry about running out of propane. However, some homeowners prefer to purchase their own propane tank, even though doing this means they must remember to monitor the amount of fuel in the tank and order propane from a local supplier, as needed. Read More»

The Difference Between Solid And Composite Wood Floors

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Hardwood floors can transform any room. They increase the style and value of your property, yet it are very strong and easy to maintain. However, not all hardwood floors are the same. The most important consideration you need to make is if you want solid or composite wood floors. Both will look very similar to one another, but they do a have some important differences that you will want to consider. Read More»

3 Key Features To Make Your New Custom Home Wheelchair Accessible

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If you or someone you love has a disability that requires the use of a wheelchair, you want to make sure that your new custom home is wheelchair accessible. Many homes have narrow doorways and front steps that make it difficult to navigate with a wheelchair. Without special planning, there may be areas of the home that you or your family member won’t be able to get to. Here are three design features that will ensure your entire home is wheelchair friendly. Read More»

What You Can Do If Your Upstairs Does Not Cool Off Enough

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If you live in a two-story house that has only one thermostat and encounter problems cooling your upstairs, it could be due to problems with your ductwork. The best way to find out what the problem is and correct it is by hiring an HVAC company. They will check several things and help you find a solution for this problem. In addition, there are several things you can do to help with this issue. Read More»

Silicosis And Demolition Careers: Tips For Limiting Your Exposure Risk

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If you’re just getting your start in the demolition industry at a place like Varner Hauling & Grading, you may not be aware of the risks of silica exposure on the job site. Exposure to crystalline silica dust can cause a condition known as silicosis, which is a severe, disabling lung disease. Silicosis is progressive, and can prove fatal in some cases. Understanding what silica is and the best practices to avoid exposure on the job site is essential from the very beginning of your demolition career. Read More»