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Repair It or Junk It: How to Decide If Your Oven Is Worth Saving

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Ovens, like refrigerators, are built to last. So, when something does go wrong with your oven, should you call for oven repair service, or junk your oven for a new one? That depends on all of the following.  How Old Your Oven Is If your oven has managed to last somewhere between ten and twenty years, it may be time to give it up. Anything close to twenty years for an oven is pretty fantastic, all things considered. Read More»

How To Repair And Patch Your Damaged Garage Door

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A garage door can receive damage from years of weather, traffic, and abuse from use, leaving it dented and rotting. Fortunately, you can repair dents to metal and wooden doors and repair wood rot damage to wooden doors to restore your garage door to an improved condition. Here are some tips and steps to help you repair some common garage door damage and the tools you need to complete it. Read More»

These Signs Mean You Need To Clean Or Change The Grease Trap

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If you have a septic system that uses a grease trap, keep a close eye on the trap to ensure it doesn’t clog up. You don’t have to dive into the system yourself to find the trap, though; a clog usually gives off telltale warning signs. Because a clog anywhere in your septic system is bad news, if you see – or smell – any of these signs, have a company come out to clean the trap. Read More»

Did You Notice A Leak Under Your Kitchen Sink? What The Problem May Be

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Whether you own or rent your home, you never want to reach under your sink for cleaning supplies or anything else you store in the cabinet and find a soggy mess instead. A leak under your kitchen sink is never good and if you are like many people, you do not get under your kitchen sink often enough to have a good idea of how long that leak has been an issue once you find it. Read More»

A Guide to Maintaining and Repairing Your Pressure Washer

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If you are working on a construction site and need to be sure that you are getting nothing but the best out of the work flow, you’ll need to maintain a measure of cleanliness. One way to do this is to invest in a pressure washer and to keep that pressure washer working at all times. If you need some help maintaining your pressure washer, consider the tips below.  Check the Hose and Fluids Read More»