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3 Dog-Friendly Features To Include In Your Swimming Pool

Making the decision to add a swimming pool to your property can be a great way to provide your family and friends with hours of enjoyment during the warm summer months. While people will certainly enjoy your new swimming pool, you may want to ensure that your dog has the opportunity to enjoy the pool as well. Here are three dog-friendly features that you should consider incorporating into the design of your new swimming pool. Read More 

Expect These Results After A Feng Shui Practitioner Works In Your Home

Having your home built or designed by a feng shui architect, like Anjie Cho Architect, is a wonderful luxury for having an inviting home that you love, but if you are already in a home that is in need of some feng shui help, there are other options available to you. If you have a room in your home that consistently has a sense of chaos, perhaps constantly being cluttered and thus not enticing to use, you may feel baffled about how you should proceed. Read More 

Things You Need To Ask The Company That Will Be Moving Your Medical Equipment

Moving medical equipment is nothing like moving office equipment or your home. Because of the cost of the equipment, and its sensitivity, you do not want to have anything go wrong whem taking it from one location to another. Even though you and your staff know how to operate each machine does not mean that you can take it down, pack it, move it, and get it back up to working condition. Read More 

Have Rusted Pipes Under The Sink? What To Do

If you are noticing rust on the exterior of your pipes under the sink or around your faucets, there are some things that you'll want to do to make sure you don't have any serious plumbing problems and to make sure that your plumbing fixtures and the water you drink is safe. If you can find a plumbing supply store, you'll want to look into the following things for your home. Read More 

A Quick Overview Of What To Expect With A New Gas Line Installation

Natural gas is usually a cheaper form of power than electricity. That makes it perfect for running a hot water heater in your home. However, if you don't already have a gas line indoors, you'll need a plumber to connect one for you. The good news is once you're connected to gas, you can use it for other things in your home too, such as powering your stove. Here's a quick look at some of the steps needed to put in a new gas line. Read More