3 Benefits Of Using Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Posted on: 23 November 2022

While people often use new wood flooring in their homes, you can also use reclaimed wood products. This wood has been used before, often for the same purpose. So, for example, you might put down wood that was once part of a floor in an old building. The wood will have been cleaned up and, in some cases, treated to get it ready to use again.  What are the benefits of using reclaimed wood for your home's floors?
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3 Clog-Preventing Plumbing Tips For Pet Owners

Posted on: 9 November 2022

According to the American Pet Products Association, 70% of U.S. households have at least one pet. If you share your home with a furry friend, you probably haven't given much thought to how your animals can affect the function of your plumbing system. Unfortunately, animals can contribute to clogged drains. Here are three simple clog-preventing tips that you can use to help prevent clogs in the future. 1. Use Drain Strainers
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Top Things You Might Not Know About Commercial Glass Doors

Posted on: 26 October 2022

If you're either having a commercial building constructed or are having some work done to your existing commercial building, you could be exploring all of the different building materials that can be used in the construction or renovation process. This means that you could be curious about different types of commercial doors that can be used. Commercial glass doors are very popular; these are some of the top things you might not know about them.
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The Different Components Of Basement Waterproofing Systems

Posted on: 10 October 2022

Basement waterproofing is a necessary step in protecting your home from water damage. Without proper basement waterproofing, your home is at risk of flooding, foundation damage, and other structural problems. However, what exactly goes into a good basement waterproofing system? Here's what you need to understand about the different components of a typical basement waterproofing system so you can understand what's protecting your home and how. Gutters and Downspouts The first line of defense against basement flooding is your home's gutters and downspouts.
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