Three Sources Of Basement Water Damage And How To Stop Them

Posted on: 11 March 2019

Water damage can cause significant damage to your home, as water can structurally damage most materials that it is exposed to, while also promoting the growth of mold – which can cause serious health implications after the fact if not properly dealt with immediately. Your basement is the part of your house that is most at risk of suffering from water damage, since all water drains downhill and your basement is literally located below ground.
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3 Important Insulation Tips For Tiny Home Builders

Posted on: 29 January 2019

The decision to make your home in a very small space can be a freeing experience that will save you money on living expenses, as well as saving time on home maintenance, repairs, and cleaning. During the building process, however, those who are building a tiny home or converting a storage shed into a small home will need to be aware of specific challenges they may face due to the compact size.
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4 Tips To Help Add Patio Covers And Improvements Backyard Improvements For Outdoor Living Spaces

Posted on: 18 December 2018

Patio space is an area of your home where you may gather for cookouts or entertain guests during the summer months. If you have a small, plain patio, you may want to consider improvements to make this area outdoor living space with features and design that blend it in with the interior design and living space inside your home. Here are some tips to add patio covers and improvements for complete outdoor living space.
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4 Easy Ways For Busy People To Keep Their Gardens Weed-Free

Posted on: 5 November 2018

It can be a challenge to keep your garden looking great. Weeds sprout up overnight, and sometimes it can feel like a full-time job getting rid of them. Luckily, you can have a beautiful garden without spending inordinate amounts of time weeding. Here are four tips to help you keep your garden weed-free. 1. Use mulch  Mulch is organic matter used to cover bare patches of soil. It suppresses weed growth by blocking the seed's access to sunlight.
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