Holiday Decorating Ideas For Your Overhead Garage Door

Posted on: 12 December 2015
Garage doors are like big, blank canvasses that can be decorated in any way you want at the holidays. Garland, ribbon, wreaths and lights are excellent decorations that will make your garage door more festive at this joyful time of year. When decorating, it's important to follow certain precautions that will ensure your garage door is not damaged during the process. These tips will help you decorate your garage door safely, without causing mechanical problems.
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The Most Likely Suspects: Finding That Leak In Your Roof

Posted on: 23 November 2015
It can drive you crazy when you know that water is leaking through your roof somehow, but you have no idea how. You might notice damp carpet spreading out from no easily identifiable point, for example. Here are some of the more probable suspects that are letting you down and allowing water into your sacred abode, including how to check each one in turn. Chimney Anything that goes through your roof is a likely candidate for hosting a leak, and if your house has a chimney, this is one of the first places you should check if you're stumped.
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2 Tips For Glass Storefront Doors

Posted on: 5 November 2015
A glass door creates a welcoming entry for customers, but it is higher maintenance than other door options. To ensure that the door performs well while also providing sufficient security is a must for any small business owner. The following tips can help you maintain the storefront door and protect it from harm.  Tip #1: Strength Matters Glass doors are typically made of a shatterproof glass, but this doesn't mean that they can't be shattered.
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How To Install An Outdoor Electrical Outlet

Posted on: 16 October 2015
Having an outdoor electrical outlet can be convenient for a lot of reasons. It can allow you to run your electric powered lawn mower, weed whacker or leaf blower. It can allow you to plug in your vacuum cleaner to clean out your car with. If you find yourself running an extension cord out of your house to do these tasks, you need to install an outdoor electrical outlet. If you have an intermediate knowledge of electrical principles and installation as well as access to specialized tools, you can install an outdoor electrical outlet on your own by following the directions below.
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