Getting A Side Table On A Budget

Posted on: 20 June 2015

Decorating a room can sometimes be a challenge. It can be get expensive to buy a lot of different pieces of furniture. One piece of furniture that can add to the overall look and feel of a room is a side table. This can be useful because it can hold lamps, magazines, coasters and many other things. It can be a beautiful piece of furniture but that does not mean it has to break the bank.
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4 Reasons to Buy Concrete Sealer for Your Basement or Garage

Posted on: 2 June 2015

Contractors often highly recommend concrete floor sealant to prevent damage from leaks or moisture, especially in basements and garages. Although it is certainly a highly effective solution for these things, there are also several other major advantages to using concrete floor sealant. Keep reading to learn about the reasons you might want to buy concrete sealer for your garage or basement. The Longevity Depending on the type of concrete sealant that you choose, it can last as long as a decade.
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Start In The Bathroom: 5 Signs That You Have Hard Water

Posted on: 11 May 2015

Hard water, or water that has a lot of mineral deposits in it, isn't necessarily harmful for you and your family. Although it might not hurt you to drink it, it can still cause various issues. Therefore, if you have hard water, it's a good idea to do something about it before it causes plumbing issues or other problems. Luckily, doing so is easy; all you have to do is install a whole-house water softener, and you won't have to worry about it anymore.
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Chemical-Free Weed Control: Five Methods You May Have Not Tried

Posted on: 20 April 2015

What is one of the worst things homeowners face? Weeds. Although weeds are not as devastating as a home repair, they can wreak havoc on your lawn and garden. There are plenty of ways to remove them, but most require chemicals. If you want to banish weeds without chemicals, try one of these five methods: 1. Use Newspaper If you want to kill weeds with virtually no added cost (given you subscribe to the newspaper) try laying down a thick layer of newspaper.
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