Wood Maintenance Strategies That Won't Ruin Your Countertop

Posted on: 6 August 2018

A wood countertop gives your home a natural look and wood can also be a great surface on which to chop vegetables and engage in other kitchen activities. Your new kitchen counters might look absolutely gorgeous, but if you want them to continue to look that way, you will need to properly maintain them.  Clean Up Spills Immediately Whenever there is a spill on your wood countertop, you should wash it immediately.
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3 Reasons To Hire A Landscape Designer When Enhancing Your Property

Posted on: 19 June 2018

A massive part of your home's curb appeal is the landscaping. Unfortunately, you probably don't have the skills or knowledge to enhance your home's landscaping the right way. That's where a landscape designer comes in handy, who can offer the following benefits.  1. Generate Unique Ideas   The first part of landscape design starts with idea creation. A landscape designer excels at this thanks to the many projects they've completed in the past.
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How To Repair The Seams On Your Copper Gutters

Posted on: 9 May 2018

Copper gutters are a unique, beautiful way to finish a home. Unfortunately, the repairs that come with copper gutters are a little more complicated than traditional gutters. Here, you'll learn how to make basic repairs to the gutter seams on your copper gutters. Supply List Ladder Soldering iron and solder Flux Extension cord Clean rag and warm water Sandpaper Step 1: Position your ladder safely making sure that the feet are level and secure.
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How Roofing Contractors Can Add Value To Your Home

Posted on: 25 March 2018

The roof is one of the first places a potential home buyer will look. Its prominence makes it a feature that is hard to ignore. When it's almost time to put a house on the market, homeowners usually think about issues like repainting the walls and various other improvements. The roof quite often goes unnoticed. However, working on the roof might be one of the most important steps in ensuring your house gets a better price on the market and also avoids unnecessary problems with building inspectors.
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