Windows To Make Your House Entryway Unique

Posted on: 20 February 2015

Windows do more than just let the light in. The windows you choose for a remodel or even new build have the potential to influence the character of your home's fa├žade. Select windows that reflect personality for your home's entryway. Panes of Glass If you want a lot of light to stream into your entryway, consider surrounding your door with panes of glass. Go big with wide windows broken up into individual panes.
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Determining If Your AC Is Out Of Coolant

Posted on: 13 February 2015

Your home's air conditioner uses a coolant to lower the temperature of the air that travels through it. Ideally, this coolant should last for the life of the unit. However, the coolant can deplete in certain instances. Wear and tear, damage from an accident or contaminants can all lead to coolant depletion. This loss of coolant is something you can check for on your own. Go through the following steps to determine if your ac is out of coolant:
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Holy Gestation! What To Do When You're Pregnant And You've Just Found Mold In The House

Posted on: 10 February 2015

So you thought you were the only warm body in the house eating for more than one, did you? Turns out, you've just found mold that appears to have been eating for what seems like thousands. Nasty black or white or green-tinged spores that are climbing up walls and breeding on your shoes. Step away from the area, close it off if possible, and do the following: 1) Get to fresh air, stay calm, and try to determine the source of mold.
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What To Do If You Spot Rust On Your Metal Roof

Posted on: 5 February 2015

Metal roofs are great choices for many homes because they're remarkably durable and excellent for keeping even the harshest elements outdoors where they belong. Most of today's modern roofs are made from rust-resistant alloys and coated in anti-rusting agents. However, your roof may develop rust if there was a flaw in manufacturing, it was not coated properly, or if it was made before rust-proofing was a primary concern among roof manufacturers.
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