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Solid Masonry And Brick Veneer? 3 Things To Consider

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Brick is one of the most durable and attractive building materials. Homeowners who want to incorporate brick into the interior or exterior of their residences have a few options available to them. Solid masonry and brick veneer are two of the most popular options on the market today. It can be a challenge to determine if you should invest in solid masonry or brick veneer, but there are some things you can take into consideration to help you make the right decision for your home.…

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3 Smart Tips To Utilize When Hiring A Residential Plumber

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If you own a home, the electrical components inside may not always function correctly. For these problems, always contact an electrician. They’re qualified to handle these electrical components in a safe, effective manner. Just make sure you take these actions when hiring said professional.  Look Into References To get an idea of what type of experience you’ll have working with a particular electrician, you can look into their references. These may be on their professional website or you may need to ask for them directly.…

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It's All About The Chimney: 4 Reasons You Should Never Postpone Chimney Repairs

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If you have a fireplace, you owe it to yourself and your family to keep the chimney in good repair. Unfortunately, the chimney is often the most overlooked component of the fireplace. That’s because the chimney a good portion of the chimney isn’t visible to the naked eye. That’s where routine maintenance comes in handy. Those routine service calls will ensure that hidden damage is identified and repaired as quickly as possible.…

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Understanding Vinyl Plank Flooring Options For Kitchen Remodels

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After examining your budget and performing careful research, you’ve finally decided to go with vinyl plank flooring for your kitchen remodel. The cost of hardwood can be cost-prohibitive for many people, and considering vinyl is far more impervious to moisture than hardwood, resists stains and wear better, and is easier to care for, vinyl is a great choice for the kitchen. Vinyl is also easier to install. Here is what you need to know about the different vinyl plank types and the various installation options.…

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How To Deal With A Flooded Retail Store So You Can Open Quickly After A Flood

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A flood is always a serious matter, but when it affects your retail store, you may have to shut down. This results in a loss of income on top of having to deal with cleaning up the mess. If your building is salvageable, then you’ll want to bring in a flood damage crew as quickly as possible so you can get your store operational. Here are some ways to deal with a flooded store.…

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Dos And Don't Of Filing A Homeowner's Insurance Claim After A Storm

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According to ImproveNet, if a home’s exterior is damaged during a wind, hail, or another type of nasty storm, the average homeowner can expect to pay around $5,757 to restore their home’s appearance. One of the most trying aspects of repairing your home’s exterior after a storm is often dealing with the insurance company. Mishandling your insurance claim can not only delay your home’s repairs, but it can also even result in having to pay out of pocket to fix your exterior.…

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