4 Fence Maintenance Tips That Help Your Wood Fence Last Longer

Posted on: 4 October 2017

Wood fencing is a very attractive and practical material to use for fencing around your home. The wood materials you use for fencing will also need more maintenance than metal, vinyl and other materials. There are good maintenance practices that you can do to ensure your wood fencing lasts for years and only needs minor repairs. Here are a few wood fence maintenance tips that will help ensure you get more life out of your fence:
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2 Ways To Handle Water In Your Basement

Posted on: 7 September 2017

If you have a basement, you run the risk of ending up with water in your basement which can ruin your belongings and destroy your house. However, there are things that you can do to help deal with water in your basement.  Basement Drains One option is to have a drain built into your basement floor. With this option, there is a drain that is placed somewhere in your floor so that the water will drain away and then be carried away from your house.
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Eliminate Automotive Oil From An Asphalt Driveway And Seal The Pavement's Surface

Posted on: 17 July 2017

If automotive oil spilled onto the surface of the asphalt driveway that adjoins your property's garage, remove the substance by completing the steps below. Afterward, provide the driveway with a thorough cleaning to restore the pavement's appearance and apply a fresh coat of sealant to protect asphalt from staining and damage. Supplies sawdust cat litter powdered laundry detergent shop vacuum cleaner asphalt cleanser water hose bucket wooden stirrer deck brush handheld brush (stiff bristles) power nozzle drop cloths asphalt sealant wide paint roller (thick nap) paint roller frame and handle Soak Up Oil And Eliminate Stains From The Asphalt
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Reasons To Choose Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring For Your Home

Posted on: 17 July 2017

When you make the decision to put hardwood in one or more rooms throughout your home, there are a number of subsequent decisions that you'll have to make. The color and type of wood are worth considering carefully, given that this is an investment in your home that you're not going to want to change in the near future. You should also give some thought to the width of the hardwood flooring you select.
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