Four Interesting Uses For A Dead Tree

Posted on: 12 January 2015
Dead and dying trees usually require removal when they become a danger or once more than half of the branches are dead. Instead of going straight for the ax, look into alternative and environmentally friendly uses for the dying tree. You may not even need to cut it down right away. #1: Leave It In Place Not every dead tree requires removal. A dead tree can provide important habitats for many species, such as for woodpeckers and other birds.
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Which Type Of Water Heater Is Right For You?

Posted on: 7 January 2015
It's finally time to replace the old water heater. As it's -- hopefully-- been awhile since you've last had to consider a replacement, there may be some new, appealing options available. So, which type of water heater should you buy for your home? Traditional water heater Traditional water heaters come with a large tank that stores hot water. When hot water is needed throughout the house, it's pumped out of the tank, which then re-fills and re-heats.
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Help! My Garage Door Won't Open!

Posted on: 4 January 2015
Is your car stuck in your garage because your garage door won't open? Don't panic! There are a variety of possible reasons that could cause your garage door to not open, and it's possible there's an easy fix. Follow these tips to troubleshoot your garage door and get your car out of the garage. Check the Batteries in the Opener It's possible that the batteries in your garage door remote have died.
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2 Common Air Conditioning Problems

Posted on: 27 December 2014
As the temperatures rise, you depend on your air conditioning unit more and more. If the unit stops working, it can cause the temperature inside of your home to soar. Getting your unit fixed is probably at the top of your to-do list. Even though annual maintenance might be one of the best methods for catching problems like these, you can easily troubleshoot some of the more common repairs your unit might need.
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