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3 Great Ways To Customize Your Fireplace

Having a fireplace installed in your home is a very cost efficient way to heat your entire home. A fireplace can also be a gorgeous centerpiece to whatever room it is located in. Since a fireplace is just as much a decorative feature as it is a functional part of your home, it is important that you enjoy the way that it looks. Thankfully, there are so many different ways that you can go about customizing your fireplace.   Read More...

What Rooms Deserve The Most Attention When Putting Your Home On The Market?

When you are putting your home on the market, you want to consider making some improvements to make the home more desirable and to improve your chances of a fast sale for a price you are going to be happy about getting for it. The information below will educate you on which of the rooms are the most important ones for you to focus on as you prepare to put your home on the market.   Read More...

3 Things To Consider Prior To Re-Roofing Your Home

Re-roofing your home is a home upgrade you can consider if your roof is in need of moderate repair. The concept behind re-roofing is simple: you simply place new roofing material over your existing roof to add needed support to weak areas. This is a great way to avoid having to pay for a whole new roof and can be done more quickly in most cases as well. Here are 3 things you should think about before you call a roofing company to re-roof your home.   Read More...

How To Choose Drapes And Hang Them To Change The Look Of Your Room

Adding drapes can change the look of a room by adding color, texture and dimension. Drapes come in a variety of colors, patterns and styles. You can choose from long or short drapes, heavy or lightweight, even sheer or black-out drapes. With so many to choose, it may seem difficult to choose the right ones for your room. See below for helpful tips on how to choose drapes, as well as how to hang them to change the look of any room.   Read More...

So You've Damaged The Rental Equipment. What Now?

If you've rented equipment for use on your worksite and have just found out that the equipment was damaged, you are likely thinking about what's going to happen to the deposit and what you'll have to do about getting the equipment fixed. Take these steps first to ensure you reach the right conclusion. You have to be sure the damage was your company's fault before you take further action. Is It Really Your Fault?   Read More...