Add Space To Your Home Without Stress: Tips For Making Your Home Addition A Reality

Posted on: 12 May 2016

If you could use a bit more space around your home, it might be time for an addition. Deciding what to do and how to proceed may be challenging and, at times, the choices may seem overwhelming. Start planning your home addition with the following tips: Create a home addition wish-list. Start your project with a thorough wish-list. Outline everything that you need and hope your addition to feature. Some other suggestions when drafting your list include the following:
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What Is Sealcoating? And Other Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on: 27 April 2016

If you have an asphalt driveway, you may have heard the term "sealcoating" in the past. Knowing what sealcoating is and how sealcoating can help you maintain your driveway is an important part of caring for your asphalt pavement. What is sealcoating? Sealcoating is a liquid mixture that closes the pores of your asphalt driveway. This prevents the asphalt from absorbing water, oil and other liquids that rest on the surface of the driveway.
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Purchasing Wire Partitions? Learn What Customizable Features You May Wish To Add

Posted on: 20 April 2016

Wire partitions can be used to create a safe place to lock up valuables in your office, warehouse or retail store. They are durable, inexpensive and allow customers and employees to see what is stored inside. If you are looking to purchase these and use them in your business, you may not realize that there are customizable features that you can purchase and use in conjunction with your partitions. These can add features that can make your life easier or make the storage area formed with the partitions more secure.
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Don't Let A Hack Job Ruin Your Crepe Myrtle

Posted on: 9 April 2016

Thanks to its long-lasting blooms and bright, vivid colors, the crepe myrtle is a popular tree found in many yards. Keep your crepe myrtle looking beautiful with proper pruning. Many homeowners inadvertently lop off too much of the tree when they are pruning it, resulting in a phenomenon known as "crepe murder." It is important for crepe myrtle owners to learn what "crepe murder" is, how to avoid it, and how to properly prune the crepe myrtle.
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