Building Advice from a Seasoned Woodworker

Buyers Should Never Take Anyone's Word About A Home And Property

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People in the market for a new home and property should be wary of taking someone’s word about land surveys. Doing so will help you avoid many expensive problems in the future. Buying a plot of land can be a huge investment, so making sure you are actually getting what you pay for is extremely important. Always take the time to have your own property survey done if you are considering the purchase of a new home and property. Read More»

5 Fences To Consider For Your Dog

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For a dog owner, a fenced in yard is a blessing. It restrains the dog while providing it with a safe place to play. It keeps other dogs away from it; and it keeps the dogs from wandering the neighborhood on their own. The question is: what type of fences can a dog owner use? 1. Chain Link A chain link fence is a popular choice because it is affordable. Read More»

Septic Systems: A Guide for New Homeowners

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If you’ve just moved into a home with a septic system after always living in homes that were connected to public sewers, you may feel a bit lost. Sure, the day-to-day operation of running water down the drain and flushing the toilet is the same, but where does that water and waste go? How does your septic system handle it, and is there anything you need to be doing to maintain it? Read More»

How To Take Care Of Your Home To Avoid Homeowners Insurance Water Damage Claim Denials

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Many homeowners have suffered the unfortunate incident of having a homeowners insurance claim denied after filing for coverage for water damage. Homeowners insurance does not cover the cost of repairs to damage that occurs due to the neglect of maintenance on the house. If you do not take care of your home, the insurance company will likely deny claims for water damage that occurs. Here, you will learn how to avoid costly, uncovered water damage to your home. Read More»

Look Up At What's Missing: How To Replace That Missing Wood Shingle

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If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give your roof a second thought until you’re faced with a roofing emergency. Unfortunately, by the time you notice the roofing emergency, you could already have substantial damage underneath the roofing material. For instance, by the time you notice the wet spot on your ceiling, the water has probably already damaged the substructure of your roof and caused mold growth. The best way to prevent roofing emergencies is to pay close attention to your roof. Read More»