How To Get The Most Out Of Your Propane Gas

Posted on: 28 May 2016

Propane is a great fuel source for a home. While many people only use propane to provide fuel for a furnace, you can use it for much more. You can even make your home blackout-proof.  Propane Can Do More Than Heat Propane will burn hotter than an electric heater, which means that it can heat up your home faster than electric heat, and you can feel the comforting warmth coming off of the furnace vents.
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Three Care Tips For Wood Window Frames

Posted on: 28 May 2016

Caring for your home's windows can be a rather easy task to overlook. Unfortunately, failing to take proper care of wood window frames can result in potentially serious damage. To help you avoid this type of issue with your home, you should use these three wood window frame care tips. Monitor The Wood Frame For Signs Of Cracking Over the course of time, it is possible for the wood in your window frame to develop cracks.
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3 Features To Consider When Replacing Your Water Heater

Posted on: 7 April 2016

A home's water heater is something that can often be taken for granted until it's not working properly. If your water heater is not working properly, you obviously need to have a professional contractor come out and look at it. But if it's determined that you're better off just getting a water heater replacement, then you will have some decisions to make. A water heater purchase could last you a decade or more, so it's important to make sure you get the details right.
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Four Creative Uses For Recycling Your Cardboard Boxes

Posted on: 7 April 2016

Whether you've just moved homes or you get your groceries boxed at the supermarket, you might have a significant number of cardboard boxes that need disposal. While you can break them up and cart them to the curb on recycling day, it's important to remember that you can also transform the boxes to use them in different ways around the home. Using your boxes for storage for children's crafts is ideal, but there are a number of other ways to recycle at least some of your boxes.
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