5 Things You Can Do Now That Will Make Home Maintenance Easier Next Spring

16 December 2015
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If you want to make spring cleaning and home maintenance easier this spring, there are some chores that you should consider doing now. While everyone else is on a ladder or busy working around their yard, you will be able to sit back and enjoy the milder weather. Below are five things to do now that will make spring a bit easier: 1. Cover up your gutters. There are many prefabricated gutter guards that you can easily add to the troughs to keep leaves, dirt, and trash from clogging up your gutters. Read More 

Saving Personal Items After A Household Flood

24 November 2015
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The items you can recover from a flood depend on the source of the flood water and how long the item has been submerged. Some items may be damaged beyond use by attempting to recover them. Here are some guidelines to help you know what you can safely salvage from a household flood. Flood Water Source Flood recovery specialists categorize flood water based on where it came from and the likely contaminates in the water. Read More 

Buying An Earthquake-Damaged Home: Is It Worth It?

29 October 2015
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If you are buying a home in an earthquake-prone location, you may wonder if it's worth it to purchase a home that may have been damaged. After all, a residence that is not structurally sound will need a lot of restoration before it is safe for you to live in. No matter how tempting a home's selling price may be and how "normal" it may appear, you should take a few things into consideration before buying a home that may have been damaged by an earthquake. Read More 

Customization And Security Of Data Centers With Fabrication

25 September 2015
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Any business that relies on increasingly powerful computer systems needs a plan for tech expansion. Whether it means adding more computers and servers or building custom systems, you'll need a way to fit in new technology without having to buy entirely new units. Instead of paying a premium on a new product, its containers and other supporting infrastructure, take a look at a few ways that sheet metal fabricators can help you cut upgrade costs. Read More 

Common Dryer Problems—And How To Fix Them

10 September 2015
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A broken or inefficient dryer can be frustrating, but there are some simple ways to fix many common dryer problems. Here are some steps for troubleshooting a broken dryer. My Clothes Won't Dry If your clothes aren't getting dry within the average drying cycle, then you may have a problem with a clogged vent. You should see a nozzle on the back of your dryer; after unplugging the power, disconnect this nozzle and use a small vacuum hose to suck the lint out of the nozzle. Read More