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How To Protect Your Waterfront Property By Installing A Three-Foot Seawall

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Owning a home on waterfront property has its benefits, with immediate access to the water and beautiful views, but it also has its drawbacks. As the water laps at your property line, it can erode away and destroy your land and put your home at risk of damage. Here are instructions to help you install a new three-foot seawall on your property to help prevent this from happening. Plan Your Seawall Construction Read More»

Before Replacing Garage Door Panels, Consider Installing An Insulated Garage Door

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The typical garage door repair isn’t too expensive. Home Improvement Educator places the average garage door repair somewhere between $200 and $300. This average, however, doesn’t reflect how expensive certain repairs can be. It’s low partly because it includes simple fixes, such as adjusting openers and realigning sensors. Replacing broken garage door panels, in particular, can cost a lot more than $300. If your garage door’s panels need to be replaced, you might want to have a new insulated door installed instead of replacing the damaged panels. Read More»

5 Unique Family Uses For A Backyard Asphalt Area

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When people have a flat asphalt court installed in their backyard, it’s typically used for recreational sports like basketball and tennis. If you’re not interested in those sports, you can still find plenty of use in having a paved area of asphalt in the yard. Along with less area to mow and maintain, the asphalt is great for a number of family activities. As you’re planning a backyard landscape for family use, consider the following five ways this area can be used for many years to come. Read More»

Why Is Your Furnace Cycling On And Off Too Frequently?

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Your furnace is meant to turn on and off a couple of times per hour. When the room reaches the temperature on the thermostat, the furnace should cycle off. Once the temperature drops a degree or two, the furnace should cycle back on. When your furnace is switching on and off every couple of minutes instead of 2 or 3 times per hour, this is generally a sign that something is wrong. Read More»

Oil Boiler Cleaning Tasks To Complete Before The Heating Season

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Oil boiler heating systems are used by many people across the United States. While oil boilers can produce a great deal of heat during some of the coldest winter days, the system will require more maintenance than a gas or electric system. This is the case due to the filters, oil supply lines, oil tank, and other intricate parts that are required to run this sort of system. Due to the way the heater runs and uses petroleum-based fuel and water, you will need to complete some cleaning tasks on occasion. Read More»