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Month: November 2018

How Old Is the Flooring in Your Kitchen?

November 27, 2018

You spent hours getting the house ready. You cleaned every corner, washed every window, and even spent money to get the carpets cleaned. The only thing anyone really noticed, however, was the new flooring in the kitchen. While you spent your time trying to make the most of the spaces that you already had, but […]

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Are You Worried About the Air Quality in Your Home?

November 22, 2018

There are many gifts that parents can plan to give their children this holiday season, but few are as important as healthy air to breathe. Although kids may be the most excited about the latest toys that are on the market, the fact of the matter is that it is important to make sure that […]

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Improving the Cabinets in the Home

November 19, 2018

Cabinets are among the most important features for storage and organization in the home, mainly in the kitchen, but also in the bathroom or any room that is dedicated to holding hobby and craft materials. A home will always come with cabinets, but sometimes they may fall apart, go out of fashion, or end up […]

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Building a New Wooden Fence

November 13, 2018

A suburban home has many parts to it that make it a place for living and work, and this includes the surrounding lawn, and working on the lawn is often known as landscaping. This can involve gardening, such as flowerbeds or a small pond, or it can involve construction such as a swimming pool, a […]

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Trapping Gophers for Pest Control

November 9, 2018

Pests generally defined as any animal whose behavior has no benefit to a community or piece of property, but instead damages it and acts as a nuisance due to its eating habits, its bites and nest formation, or antagonism toward people or pets. Some pests are small, such as cockroaches and ants, and bigger pests […]

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Are You Starting a New Building Project at Your Home?

November 3, 2018

Deck project 2018 is complete! Your family has always used your backyard deck a lot, but it was a pitiful 10 foot by 10 foot and showing its 13 year age. In addition, it was no longer up to code. The decision to replace the old deck with a beautiful 12 foot by 22 foot […]

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