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2016

How You Can Prepare Your Wood Floors For A New Finish

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The time is ripe to redo the finish on your wood floors now that the weather is warm again and you can open your house windows without freezing. Wood finish has chemicals in it that can be harmful to people and pets when they breathe it in. You want to make sure you have good ventilation when applying floor finish so the vapors dissipate in the air and reduce the chance you and your pets will be affected by the chemicals in the air.…

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Secure Your Property Through Informed Selections - A Guide To Options In Commercial Roofing

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Whether you’re building a new office complex for a successful firm or trying to rehab an existing building to provide a more stable home for your small business, your roof is your first layer of protection. Establishing a strong, weatherproof, reliable roof will guarantee that your office or manufacturing facility remains dry and free of the hazards associated with leaking and roof failure. Below, you’ll find a guide that will help you understand the options available to you in commercial roofing.…

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3 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Installing A New Kitchen Faucet

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If you’re looking to make a relatively inexpensive upgrade to your kitchen, then you might be considering the option of installing a new, more modern faucet. And to save money, you may even consider taking on the installation yourself. While your best bet for getting the job done right the first time is always to call a plumber, the good news is that installing a kitchen faucet is typically a pretty simple DIY job, assuming you have the right tools and avoid making some common mistakes.…

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