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2017

3 Signs That Your Home May Have Outdated And Potentially Dangerous Electrical Wiring

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Is the wiring in your home not keeping up with the energy demands of modern devices? This may include frequent brownouts, flickering and blown fuses. You also may simply not have enough outlets to use all your electrical appliances. Outdated wiring is not only annoying, but it’s a fire hazard. Overloading your electrical wire causes it to become too hot, which can degrade the jacketing. This leads to arcing between exposed sections of wire, which can start a fire in your home.…

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4 Safety Tips When Using a Scaffold

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If you work for a construction business or if you are merely making home improvements, you may need to use a scaffold. This is a device that will help you reach high places with ease. However, it’s important to be aware of safety tips when doing so, or you could risk having severe injuries. Tip #1: Wear proper attire It’s ideal to protect your skin as much as you can, and this means wearing long sleeve shirts and pants.…

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Tips To Help You Protect and Restore Your Home's Landscaping during and after a Sewer Line Repair

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When your home’s sewer main becomes damaged and needs replacement, a plumber may need to excavate your yard to complete the repair. Because your yard’s landscaping is not something you want to have to replace entirely, here are some tips to help you salvage landscaping and replace what you can after the excavation is complete. Relocate Plants There may be some bushes and smaller vegetation growing in your yard that is going to be affected by the sewer line excavation.…

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