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Preventing Ghost Entries With Commercial Sliding Doors: A Non-Paranormal Repair

If you have commercial sliding doors, then you probably also have motion sensors that allow the doors to open when customers arrive. However, there is a little problem with some commercial doors. They receive "ghost entries." This is where the doors frequently slide part or all of the way open when no one is there. To better understand this problem and what causes it, here is a closer look. Ghost Entries Read More 

Looking At The Best Ways To Prepare For Partial Remodeling Demolition In An Older Home

Your older home needed quite a bit of work when you found it, but you decided it worth the effort. You may be considering the best way to approach the remodeling tasks facing you in your old house. You should know that demolition of some of the home is the best way to go. Check out how you can prepare for a partial demolition project at your older home. Place A Couple Of Dumpsters In Your Yard Read More 

Four Benefits Of Glass Railing Installation

When you are looking for a unique way to finish the deck on your home, one of the options you should consider is installing glass railings. You'll get the benefit of having a safety barrier without the worry of having the structure interrupt your view. If you're considering this as an option, here are a few more reasons why glass railings are a great investment. They Require Little Maintenance Glass railings need little in the way of maintenance aside from just routine cleaning. Read More 

How You Can Prep Your House For New Siding And New Insulation

Although siding contractors generally provide an estimate for tearing off the siding and insulation on your house, you could skip that expense and help the contractor out in the same breath. It takes a little bit of elbow grease on your part, but you may find that it is worth it. Here is how you can prep your house for new siding and insulation and help your contractor get a jumpstart on the job. Read More 

Scrub-a-Dub-Dub: 4 Steps to Take When Your High-Efficiency Washer’s on the Fritz

If your high-efficiency washer is giving you problems, the issue might not be one that requires a repair technician. It could something that you could take care of on your own. Before you call the repair company, here are four simple steps that could clear up the problem for you. Give It Some Air If you shut the door as soon as you are done with the last load of laundry, you might be inviting mold and mildew to set up shop. Read More