What To Do To Fix A Toilet With A Case Of The Sweats

Posted on: 8 June 2016

As far as plumbing fixtures go, toilets are pretty darn reliable as far as plumbing repairs go. Yet they are still susceptible to developing certain quirky problems all their own. If you are interested in learning more about basic plumbing repairs involving toilets, read on. This article will teach you three ways to tackle one common toilet annoyance: a chronically sweaty tank. Install a drip tray. A sweaty toilet may not strike you as a very serious problem.
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How To Cure Your Concrete When The Weather Turns Cold

Posted on: 12 November 2014

As fall and winter rapidly approach, if you are like most homeowners you are starting to wrap up your do-it-yourself outside projects, because of the unpredictability of the weather. If your projects involve laying any type of concrete, or bricks and mortar, you know that a run of cold weather will cause your concrete to not properly set up or cure. The good news is while this may still be a concern, there are products on the market that can help to ensure that your concrete will cure in record time.
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Tips To Protect Your Landscaping During The Cold Season

Posted on: 10 November 2014

As the warm sun of summer gives way to the crisp, cold air of the fall, it's time to start thinking about how to prepare your landscaping for the cold weather season. Although your landscaping maintenance isn't as demanding in the fall as it is in the summer, there are still some things you'll need to do to preserve the condition of your yard as the temperatures start to drop.
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9 Telltale Signs Your Roof Is Past Its Prime

Posted on: 6 November 2014

Asphalt shingles are one of the most common roofing choices in America today, and have been for almost 150 years. While both reliable and durable, they are not meant to last forever. In fact, the average asphalt shingle roof will last anywhere from 15 to 30 years. Proper installation and ventilation is important, but the biggest factor affecting the life expectancy of your roof is your weather. Mother Nature can be brutal on shingles.
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