3 Ways To Make The Most Of A Smaller-Sized Front Yard

21 March 2019
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When you have a yard that smaller in size than what you may be used to for your home, you may not have many ideas for how to update the space so that it feels more inviting for you. Instead of letting your yard be one of the places in your home that you don't like seeing or spending time in, it's a good idea to look into what kinds of changes can be made so that the yard is used fully. Read More 

Three Ways To Personalize A Chain-Link Fence

12 June 2016
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In the world of fencing, it doesn't get much more economical than a chain-link fence. Naturally, it's no surprise that quite a few homeowners have chosen this option for their home. The fact that this fence style is so common can make it hard for your lawn not to blend in with the neighbors. Here are just some of the things you can do to help personalize your chain link fence. Read More 

3 Inner City Business Tips For Dealing With Graffiti And Regular Painting Tasks

25 May 2016
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There are many benefits to having your business in-town, but there are also some problems that you may have to deal with, such as security and graffiti problems. If local hooligans regularly give your business a coat of unsightly paint, you may want to consider some solutions to fight back. Here are some tips to help you deal with a regular graffiti problem and preserve the image of your business: Read More 

Getting New Windows? How To Choose Between Single, Double And Triple Panes

26 January 2016
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If you're working on updating your home, you may consider upgrading the windows. Choosing the right windows for your home requires a multitude of decisions, from the number of glass panes that you want and the style of the window itself to the R-value and UV ratings of the window. A window professional can help you understand the jargon, but it helps to know a little bit ahead of time. Below, you will learn about the difference between single, double and triple pane windows. Read More