Garage Door Acting Funny? 3 Things You Should Know About The Torsion Springs

Posted on: 21 July 2015

You may not realize it, but the torsion springs on your garage door can wear out and break. When they do, they can damage your home and cause serious injuries to you or your loved ones. If you can't remember the last time you had your garage door inspected – or you recently purchased an existing home – you should have a repair technician come out for an inspection. Here are some things you should know about your garage door springs.
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Green And Gorgeous: 3 Eco-Friendly Floors You Should Use In Your Home

Posted on: 8 July 2015

In the past, hearing something was environmentally friendly probably conjured up images of dull, bland materials. If you wanted your home to be environmentally friendly, but you hated the way it impacted the design, you probably just felt you were out of luck. Fortunately, in today's world, eco-friendly materials can not only co-exist with design, but they can add to its beauty. Flooring is one part of a home where eco-friendly materials have become popular because of their beautiful look.
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Preventing Workplace Falls: Tips On Improving Office Safety

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Falls are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries every year. This is especially true at locations that require frequent climbing of stairs or ladders, working at great heights on scaffolds or even working on concrete floors that may become slick when spills occur. Fortunately, there are different steps that can be taken to reduce the number of falls that occur. These are some tips that can make the workplace a safer environment:
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3 Ways To Protect Your Lawn From Your Dumpster Rental

Posted on: 15 June 2015

To make cleaning easier during your home renovation, you might be thinking about renting a dumpster for your construction crew to use. Unfortunately, if you need to use your driveway and the city doesn't allow homeowners to put dumpsters on the street, you might have to park that heavy trash bin on your front lawn. Here are three way to protect your lawn from your dumpster rental, so that you don't have to deal with sod damage when you are finished fixing up your house:
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