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Three Things You Want To Know About Maintaining Chlorine In Your Inground Pool

If you have an inground pool, adding chlorine is part of the regular maintenance you will need to do. This can be done by using tablets and a dispenser, adding an inline dispenser, or using granules. Each of these has benefits and disadvantages, such as a dispenser helping to maintain levels or an inline system providing an out-of-the-way solution. If you want to keep your pool clear, here are some things you will want to know about adding chlorine to your pool: Read More 

French Doors For Your Patio

French doors can represent a timeless elegance or a modern feel. The double-hinged construction also allows a wider opening to the outdoors. If you've ever tried to move from the kitchen to the patio with your arms laden, you'll appreciate the usefulness of more door space. French doors come in different styles and materials, making them a likely choice for most patio styles. As you update or create your patio, consider adding French doors to the design. Read More 

Want Tiles In Your Kitchen But Don’t Like Cement Grout? Epoxy Grout Is The Solution!

Are you planning a kitchen renovation and not sure if you want to use tile on the floors and/or backsplash? If so, one thing that may be holding you back from opting to go with the tile is the fact that the grout can be a bit of a pain to keep clean. If this is what's stopping you, you will be happy to learn that epoxy grout can now be used in place of the cement grout that is commonly used. Read More 

Dispelling A Couple Of Prevalent Water Damage Myths

When your home has suffered extensive water damage, it is critical for you to have sound and accurate information about the repair process. If you are not armed with this information, you may find it very difficult to make smart decisions about your home's repair needs. In particular, you may fall victim to believing a couple of myths about this type of damage, but dispelling these false notions will help you become a well-informed homeowner concerning water damage and repairing it. Read More 

No A/C? Sultry Summer Night Survival Strategies

The average person has become so accustomed to the comforts of air conditioning that the thought of surviving a couple of days without it is panic-inducing. But you may be just one mechanical breakdown or power grid failure away from spending a restless, sleepless, sweaty night or two. Here are some tips to help you get some rest if you're caught without air conditioning on a sultry summer night: DIY Air Conditioner. Read More