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Renovating A Smaller House? Space Maximization Ideas For You

If the house you own happens to be on the smaller side, you may wonder what if anything you can do to renovate and remodel it to maximize your space. Small homes do not have to feel cramped or crowded and should instead feel warm, cozy, and welcoming. There are many different renovation techniques that you can use to do just that. Learn more about a few of the ways that you can renovate a smaller house to maximize your space. Read More 

Things To Know About A Sunroom Addition

If you like the extra space a patio gives you for dining or for extra seating, then you probably miss the extra space when the weather is rainy or cold. If you have a sunroom installed, you can use your patio every day of the year. Installing a sunroom over a patio often works well, but you can have a sunroom installed anywhere and save your patio if you prefer. Here are some things to know about getting a sunroom. Read More 

Stay Safe Way Up There! Tips To Prevent Scaffold Injuries

Scaffolding makes it possible to reach those high-up places with more stability than you would get with a standard ladder. However, there is still some risk involved with climbing way up onto a scaffold. As always, you must put safety first! Here are some tips to help keep yourself safe while working on scaffolding. 1. Plank the entire scaffold bay. You might be tempted to just place a few planks across the scaffold bay in an effort to save time or to save money on wood. Read More 

The 411 On A Toilet’s Flapper Valve

Running water and phantom flushes are all annoying issues you may face with one or more toilets in your home. Although common, these problems do require proper diagnosis and efficient repairs. While they are annoying, the problems can also be costly. As a matter of fact, a running toilet can waste gallons of water over a period of time, which affects the environment, but also your finances. Fortunately, repairing a running toilet or a toilet that flushes randomly is possible by understanding and repairing a flapper valve. Read More 

Scrapping Vs. Selling: Metal Recycling Companies May Give You A Better Deal On Your Old Car

Not everyone feels comfortable putting more than 100,000 miles on a car. You chose to drive the same vehicle for upwards of 150,000 miles. The car ran fine most of the time, but now you cannot ignore the costly mechanical problems. Selling the old car seems like a decent plan. After all, it still runs. The car needs some work. Selling the car isn't a bad idea. An even better strategy might be selling the vehicle to a metal recycling company. Read More