Replace A Shattered Glass Pane In A French Door Leading To Your Home's Balcony

Posted on: 21 February 2017

If a sharp object accidentally shattered one of the glass panes that are in the French door leading out to your home's balcony, remove the damaged glass, clean the frame, and install a new pane in the door's frame by completing the steps below. Once finished, the door can be opened and closed in a normal manner and its appearance will be restored. Supplies Needed broom dust pan work gloves small hammer thin scrub brush (stiff bristles) all-purpose cleaning agent pry bar lint-free cloth measuring tape glass pane wood chisel tube of glazing compound caulk gun putty knife damp sponge Remove Shards Of Glass And Clean The Frame
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Creative Ways To Use Your Leftover Vinyl Siding

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Updating the look of your home's exterior can be a simple and effective way to add value to your property. Replacing your home's old siding with new vinyl siding, provided by a company like Allstate Gutter & Siding is one of the easiest ways to add curb appeal. If you find that you have some spare siding leftover after you have finished installing new vinyl on your home's exterior, here are two creative ways you can put the spare siding to good use.
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Four Tips For Making Window Replacement Worth Your Time

Posted on: 6 December 2016

If you are looking to replace the windows on your home, you want to be sure that you are replacing them with windows that are as energy efficient as possible. This will make window replacement well worth your time. Here are four tips for making this possible: Choose High-Quality Window Material: When it comes to replacing your windows, you want to be sure that you are willing to spend a bit more money instead of going with the cheapest option.
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Sprinkler Systems: 3 Signs It's Time For Repair Or A Replacement

Posted on: 25 October 2016

In order to ensure that your lawn is always green, you need to maintain your sprinkler system properly. Therefore, you need to make sure that you recognize the signs that it needs repair, including the following: 1. Leaks Are Continuously Popping Up.  One of the most obvious signs that your sprinkler system is in need of repair or replacement is that your pipes or sprinkler heads are leaking. Before you jump to conclusions, you first need to check and make sure that none of your sprinkler heads have come loose.
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