When You Should Replace Your Fiberglass Insulation

Posted on: 17 April 2015
Of the many different types of insulation your home can have, fiberglass is one of the most common and one of the easiest to install and replace. For the most part, expect your insulation to last at least a decade. Eventually you may need to think about replacing your insulation, because if nothing else, age will start to reduce its effectiveness. Once it starts wearing down, you will start seeing higher energy bills, and your house may get a little colder in winter.
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3 Ways To Create The Right Office Space Design For Good Teamwork And Communication

Posted on: 7 April 2015
If you are trying to create the right atmosphere for conductive work among your employees, then the office space design is key to creating that atmosphere. Here are 3 ways in which you can design an office space for good teamwork and communication: Departmental Design First, consider designing your office space so that the employees are divided into teams or departments. You can do this by having desks grouped together for each department, or you can include a glass wall that separates each group.
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Are You Building A Tuscan Cottage

Posted on: 25 March 2015
Whether you've been to Tuscan villages or have only seen them in pictures, you have probably picked a Tuscan style cottage because of the warmth and charm they display. Here are a few steps you can follow to achieve the home of your dreams. The Walls  - If you want to stick to tradition, choose either rock or stucco. However, if you want to break from tradition a bit, brick would be beautiful, too.
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Furnace Producing Low Air Pressure: Troubleshooting This Common Problem

Posted on: 12 March 2015
Is your furnace barely producing enough hot air to keep your home from qualifying as absolutely freezing? If so, you should know that this rather common problem is not always indicative of a serious system malfunction. In fact, this problem is often easily fixed by performing just a few basic troubleshooting steps. Best of all, most homeowners will find that they are able to complete these steps on their own without the need to cover the cost of hiring a professional contractor.
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