How To Install Air Supply Ducts In A Basement

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If you are a homeowner who plans to install central air, the most common place for sheet metal air ducts is the basement. The air ducts move the cool air to the registers in the home. You could only cool one room without air ducts. You don’t need advanced HVAC skills, but it helps to have some home improvement experience, since it requires working with sharp sheet metal. Here are some tips to install air supply ducts in a basement. Read More»

Selling In A Buyers Market? 3 Reasons You Should Consider Upgrading Your Windows

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Selling your home in a buyer’s market can be tricky, especially when the market is saturated. If you’re going to be putting your house on the market, you may want to increase your chances to sell.  Making some changes to your home can increase the market value, and make it more attractive to prospective buyers. Windows are one of the first places prospective buyer’s look, when hunting for a new home. Read More»

Beautiful Features To Enhance Your Yard

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Perhaps it feels like time for a backyard makeover, or you’re starting fresh. Either way, you have an expanse of a yard and lots of plans on how to use it. Some of the features, such as a patio or pool, are quite involved. However, there are other installations and landscaping that can help enhance the beauty of your yard. Create a backyard getaway with the additions you make.    Flower Beds Read More»

What Can You Do To Remove Grease From Your Granite Countertops?

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Grease has a way of soaking into granite and other natural stone, leaving a wet-looking spot behind. As a homeowner, it can be discouraging to see grease staining your beautiful granite surfaces. Knowing how to remove the grease and what you can do to prevent the grease from becoming a problem again in the future can help you maintain your countertops. What can you do to remove grease from your granite countertops? Read More»

3 Signs Of Potential Problems With An Oil Burner Furnace

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An oil burner furnace is a home heating system that relies on heating oil being sprayed in a fine mist inside a compartment and then ignited; the heat produced flows through a filter and then warms up a house. An oil burner furnace can be very efficient in keeping a house at a comfortable temperature, but if you want to avoid issues during the cold winter months, it is important to know signs of problems so you can have your oil burner furnace serviced or repaired before it ceases to work properly. Read More»