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What You Need To Know About Preventing Condensation On Storm Windows

Let's say it's the morning and you go to pull back your curtains and find droplets of condensation rolling down your windows. Not only is this inconventiant, it's damaging your home. Excessive condensation can rot wood, damage drywall and draperies. With the right knowledge, you can help tame the condensation around your storm windows. Knowing How The Issue Starts Condensation forms on windows when the humidity in the home exceeds around 40 percent. Read More 

Cook Up A New Kitchen

One of the best ways to improve your lifestyle at home is to change the look and feel of your kitchen. Since you and your family probably spend so much time in the kitchen, this is the room where small changes can make a big impact. You don't have to change everything about the kitchen to make it feel brand new. Why not use the following ideas to cook up a new kitchen in your home? Read More 

Crane Rental Tips For The Most Cost-Effective Arrangement

When you work in construction, there are times where you will need to use large equipment to complete certain jobs. Equipment rental companies come in handy for allowing you to use specific tools you need without having to buy them outright, such as excavators, cranes, or even loaders. If you need to rent a crane for your building project, here are tips for a cost-effective transaction so you get the most out of your rental purchase. Read More 

Building A New Home? 4 Reasons Why You Might Want To Consider Installing A Boiler

When you build a new home, there are lots of decisions to make. Deciding which type of heating unit to install is one of the most important decisions in this process. For most people, the decision comes down to forced-air heat or radiant heat, such as that supplied by a boiler and radiator system. The former is much cheaper to install, costing only a few thousand dollars. The latter can cost up to $10,000. Read More 

Do You Know How To Clean And Maintain Your Sump Pump?

If you're like many homeowners, you don't think much about your sump pump until it breaks, leaving you with inches (or even feet) of water in your basement. But by taking the time to clean and maintain your sump pump, you can prevent these malfunctions and be assured that your sump pump will do its job when you need it. Here are four cleaning/maintenance tasks to tackle. Clean the filter screen. Read More