Building Advice from a Seasoned Woodworker

Simple Tips That Can Help Prevent Damage To Your Home's Foundation

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When you own a home, the last problem you want to discover is something wrong with your foundation. A cracked or otherwise damaged foundation will leave you with a major repair project for which you’ll need to hire a foundation expert. It’s beneficial to take as many steps as possible to ensure that you’re not inadvertently contributing to the premature demise of your foundation. Foundations and water don’t mix, as the water can lead to cracks and the eventual need for a major repair. Read More»

Wrap And Bag Your Way To An Easier Move

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Packing up your possessions during a move is no fun, but unpacking them and putting them away in your new home is even worse, especially items that have numerous small parts or are bulky, such as clothing and shoes. By using simple stretch wrap, plastic garbage bags and these great ideas you will be able to not only pack more efficiently, you will make unpacking and settling into your new home much easier, neater and faster. Read More»

3 Tips For Protecting Your Roof During The Winter

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The winter months can be very harsh and put a lot of stress on a roof. If you want to make it to spring without having to deal with any roofing issues, it is in your best interest to spend some time in the fall making sure that your roof is in tip top shape and ready for the coldest months of the year. Use the following tips to get your roof ready for winter: Read More»

Three Garage Door Problems That Call For Professional Help

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While you can successfully perform a wide range of simple maintenance jobs for your garage door, such as lubricating the hinges and replacing the batteries in the remote opener, it’s generally a good idea to hire a professional when you’re facing any type of significant problem with the door. Some garage door repair jobs are dangerous, while others are complicated. In either case, a garage door contractor possesses the expertise and tools to ensure that the project is completed correctly and safely. Read More»

Different Methods For Preventing Major Damage Your Home's Foundation

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The foundation of your home is essential for stabilizing the structure. To prevent major damage to the foundation, you need to know which methods are best for keeping this area stable. Repair Minor Cracks Even though minor cracks may not seem dangerous to your foundation, the opposite is true. These small cracks allow water to enter the concrete, which then erodes the foundation. For this reason, it is important to fill them in to prevent larger cracks from forming. Read More»