How To Make A Floating Dock

Posted on: 19 January 2017

Floating docks are great to have if you own a pond or have a house on the lake. You can leave your dock out in the lake for use, then take it out when you no longer need it, such as in the off season. You can place chairs on your floating dock, or attach a slide to it for the kids to play with. You can also add a small cradle on one side to hold a kayak.
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Programmable Thermostat Tips

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you've ever researched ways to lower wear and tear on your furnace or how to keep your heating costs lower, you have probably seen the idea of installing a programmable thermostat come up a time or two. While this is a great piece of information to have, if you don't know what to look for in a programmable thermostat or even how to program it, its benefits will be limited.
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3 Concerns You May Need Answered About Metal Doors

Posted on: 21 December 2016

There are numerous types of doors that you can choose to use in your home or business. However, if you are in the process of upgrading your doors, you may want to learn more about metal doors as this can be a durable and cost effective option. Will Metal Doors Rust? It can be common for individuals to be concerned about the prospect of their new metal doors rusting. Luckily, these doors are designed to be extremely resistant to corrosion.
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Sell Your Home Fast With These 6 Cheap Staging Tips

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Planning to sell your home? While there are many important aspects of the selling process -- from knowing when to time a sale to setting the right price -- staging the house itself for potential buyers can be make-or-break for a good sale. If this is your first time trying to sell your home, here are 6 inexpensive steps for setting the stage. Remove Half the Furnishings. Start your staging efforts by renting a storage facility (or borrowing space in someone's garage) and clearing the house of all unnecessary furniture.
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