3 Overlooked Issues That Could Affect Your Lawn’s Growth

24 January 2018
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Do you have a lawn that looks ragged and unkempt in the summer? Are you wondering what you can do to change that? Once you have a beautiful lawn, it's usually easy to maintain the grass and keep it looking nice. But if you've moved into a home where the previous homeowner neglected the lawn, getting it back into shape can sometimes be difficult. If you're having trouble with your lawn, it's possible that you have missed one or more of the following commonly overlooked issues: Read More 

Repairing Damage From A Flood In Your Home

1 January 2018
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Water damage can be a real problem if your home has been flooded but getting the water out is not the only thing that needs to be dealt with. Along with the water, a flood carries in organic matter, debris, and even trash in some cases. The cleanup can be extensive and the time it takes to get it done may be longer than you expect but there are cleanup companies that can help. Read More 

Instructions To Help You Clean Up After A Water Disaster With Mold Growth On Your Home’s Wood Surfaces

11 December 2017
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After a water leak or flood inside your home, there are many areas of your home interior that that may be damaged. Water can warp wood furniture and surfaces in your home and lead to mold growth if it remains wet for long enough. Here are some instructions to help you clean up after a water disaster and remove mold growth on your home's wood furniture and other surfaces to restore its condition and appearance. Read More 

Basic Tips On The Process Of Fire Damage Restoration

8 November 2017
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When you have had a fire in your home, the possibility to repair the damage may seem overwhelming. This is because everything that came into contact with the fire and smoke may be wet, covered in soot and extremely damaged. However, if you took the time to go through the damaged area, you may find that quite a few of the items that were affected by water and soot can be recovered, repaired and/or restored. Read More 

Why You Should Build A Sanding Table

11 October 2017
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If you work with a lot of wood, you might find yourself sanding on a regular basis. If you do not have a sanding table to help, then you are really missing out. These are a few reasons why it's definitely worth it to purchase or make a sanding table for all of your woodworking projects, whether you do it for fun, as a part of a renovation project for your home or for work: Read More