Electrical Features You May Want to Upgrade Before You Sell Your Home

Posted on: 17 November 2016

If you live in an older home and are considering putting it up for sale, you may need to invest some money in it first. Making the right investments in a house can help you sell it more quickly and for a higher price, and electrical updates might be one of the things your home needs before you list it with a real-estate agent. Here are four electrical issues you might need to address in your home before you sell it.
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Got Grimy Glass Shower Doors? Check Out These Possible Causes

Posted on: 7 September 2016

If you want to give your bathroom a more open appearance with modern flair, glass shower doors are easily a logical choice. These fixtures have been a preference over traditional shower curtains for quite some time, and it is easy to see why. However, glass shower doors do also have their pitfalls, one of which is the fact that they need regular cleaning to look their best. Unfortunately, if you are like some homeowners with glass shower doors, you will feel like you have to scrub and clean your doors almost every day just to keep them looking their best.
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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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