3 Ways To Use Custom Glass To Make Your Home More Glamorous

Posted on: 1 January 2016

Constructing your own home gives you the opportunity to customize many different design elements. When it comes to selecting materials for your home, glass provides you with the ability to create a unique and glamorous design aesthetic. Here are three ways you can incorporate custom glass into your home's design to make it appear more glamorous. 1. Install glass railings on decks. It's often said that location is one of the most important aspects of any piece of real estate.
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2 Signs That Your Water Pump Pressure Tank Is Bad

Posted on: 31 December 2015

If you have a well that supplies water to your home, you will also have a pump that is used to pull the water up from the well into your home. One key component of a well pump is a pressure tank, but pressure tanks can wear out over time. If you are having problems with the water supply in your home and are wondering if your pump is bad, you might be happy to discover that it is your pressure tank that is actually the problem.
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Fiber Cement Boards Are A Great Upgrade

Posted on: 15 December 2015

Updating your exterior siding is a major project, but it is well worth the investment. One of the most popular siding materials is fiber cement. Fiber cement is a material that is ideal for exterior siding in all types of climates and environments. This article will highlight some of the most popular reasons for investing in fiber siding over other popular siding materials when updating your house. Easy Installation The first great thing about fiber cement siding or is that it is possible to install it on your own, even if you have no construction experience.
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Steps To Take When Your Shingles Blow Off

Posted on: 25 November 2015

A bad storm and high winds can wreak havoc on an asphalt shingle roof. If you go outside to find shingles in your yard and not on your roof, there are some steps to take. The following guide can help.  Step 1: Call Your Insurance Agent For those with homeowners insurance, an immediate call to begin the claim process is a must. Your insurance company will send out an adjuster who will decide if your roof simply needs a repair or if you need full replacement.
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