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Options For Preventing Home Mold Growth

27 January 2017
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Home mold growth can be costly both to your wallet and your health. Here are some ways to keep mold from growing in your home in the first place. Get Waterproofing First of all, there are several steps you will want to take to prevent water from getting into your home. Call a basement waterproofing specialist like John's Waterproofing to figure out the options that fit within your budget. For one, putting a sealant on your basement walls is a good idea.
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Sneaky Signs Of A Hidden Mold Problem

14 December 2016
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Mold is often very happy to grow on a basement wall or under a sink if the atmosphere is humid enough, but it can also form practically invisible infestations in cracks and crevices, inside your walls, or under paint or wallpaper. You may not see it and you may not even smell it at first, especially if it's a low-odor type or growing in an area that doesn't exchange a lot of air with the inside of your home, but that doesn't mean it can't cause problems.
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Winter’s Almost Here: 3 Steps To Winterize Your Horse Trailer

24 October 2016
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The seasons are changing. It's time to start bedding your horses down for the winter. It's also time to start winterizing the equipment you use for their care and transportation, including the trailer. Winterizing the horse trailer will ensure that it's ready when spring arrives. Here are three steps you should take to winterize your horse trailer. Give Them a Thorough Cleaning Before you put your horse trailer into storage for the winter, you'll need to give it a thorough cleaning.
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2 Ways To Make Your Roof Hurricane Resistant

19 July 2016
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If you live in a hurricane-prone area, you want to make sure that you do everything you can to make sure that your house is as secure as possible. Making your house as hurricane-resistant as possible will save you money in the long run. Your roof is one of the most vulnerable parts of your house because it is so exposed to the storm. There are things that you can do to help make your roof more hurricane resistant.
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How To Fix A Burn In A Leather Sofa

6 July 2016
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Whether you inherit a classic leather sofa with a burn, or find the damage on your brand new sofa after a dinner party, don't despair. It is possible to fix burns in leather upholstery so they are nearly invisible. The following guide can help you. Supplies You will need a few supplies. You may be able to find these from upholstery stores, fabric stores, or leather furniture dealers. A sharp utility or craft knife
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Learning More About Repair and Restoration

Hello, my name is Chris. I look forward to talking to you about repair and restoration techniques. Your home requires ongoing maintenance to stay in good condition over the years. Without proper maintenance, the materials in your home will eventually need repair and restoration services. You can refinish many of these materials to restore their luster and improve the look of your home. I will cover the equipment, products and techniques you must use to perform the material restoration process. My site will discuss repairs that are perfect for do it yourself projects and those that are best left to restoration professionals.