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  • A Few Benefits Of Having A Basement

    If you are getting ready to have a house built, you have the option of having a basement or going with a solid foundation. It would be much easier to just have a slab poured and build your home on it. However, there are some very good reasons for having a basement. Before picking the final blueprints for your new place, consider the following. More Room for Less Cost When building a home, the big expenses come with the foundation and roofing.
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  • How To Make Your House Look More Traditional From The Exterior

    If you have a 1950's home that has a flat roof and looks more like a box than anything, you may be wondering how on earth you can add dimension to it and make it look more traditional. Luckily, this article will list a few different things that you can have done to your exterior so that it looks less boring and more inspiring. Are you ready to learn some more?
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  • Bracing For Impact: How You Can Use A Crash Truck To Prevent Employee Injuries

    When you work road construction, there are always risks of getting hit by drivers in their vehicles. In fact, it is a pretty common occurrence. Still, there are ways to brace for these impacts and even prevent some of the potential harm to your road crews. Check out the following. Road Barrels, Four Rows Deep ​Across the worked areas of the road, you can rent water barrels and place them four rows deep to deflect and slow down a vehicle that hits the barrels.
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  • Understanding The Repointing Process

    If you own an old office building made of brick, then you should be inspecting your brick on a regular basis to make sure the mortar is in good shape. If there is some deterioration, then you should invest in repointing. Keep reading to learn what this is, and also about the signs that a repointing job should be scheduled. What Is Repointing? Simply put, repointing is when the brick pointing is repaired or renewed.
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  • Plumbing And Heating: Four Areas In Your Home Where These Two Disciplines Cross Over

    You generally do not think of plumbing and heating in the same sentence. You think of one or the other. However, there are at least four areas in your home where plumbing and heating can and do cross over. Not all of them may apply to your home, but it is easy to see how contractors in these disciplines might be available for dual repairs on both systems. Your Water Heater
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  • Opening A New Business? 2 Types Of Commercial Fencing You Can Choose

    If you are opening a new business, you want it to look good both inside and out. You also want the business to be secure. One way to do this is to put up commercial fencing. Adding commercial fencing around your business and property not only increases the aesthetics but depending on what type of fence you install can help secure your business. There are many types of fencing you can choose from.
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  • 4 Metal Roofing Maintenance Tips To Prevent Leaks And Water Damage

    Metal roofing may be one of the most durable roofing materials to have installed on your business, but improper installation and poor maintenance can lead to leaks. To ensure your metal roofing does not leak and instead lasts for years, you want to make sure you know the maintenance needs to prevent leaks and water damage in your business. Here are some metal roofing maintenance tips to help prevent leaks and water damage that leads to costly repairs.
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  • Moved To A Flood Zone Area? 2 Tips To Purchase Flood Insurance

    If you moved to a new home and the home is in an area that is zoned for flooding, you need to take steps to keep your home, and belongings protected. One way to do this is to make sure you purchase flood insurance. This type of insurance is generally less expensive when compared to your traditional home insurance rates. Below is more information about this so you can rest easy knowing you are covered.
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  • Remodeling Your Kitchen? 2 Ways You Can Use Wood

    If you are planning to remodel your kitchen you have many things to think about. One of these things is the materials you plan to use. One type of material that you may not have thought of is wood. There are many ways you can use wood in your kitchen, two of which are listed below. You can then get your kitchen set up the way you like it. 1. Wood Countertop
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  • Three Types Of Rentals You'll Need For Your Next Construction Project

    If you are a construction contractor or you manage construction jobs, there is a lot of equipment and other types of supplies you'll need to complete your construction projects. While there are certain things it makes sense to buy, there are other things that you might better off renting instead. Here are three types of rentals you'll need for your next construction project. Temporary Fence Panels Besides keeping your construction crew safe, you also need to make a priority out of keeping the general public safe.
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