Stash Your Cash: 3 Ideas For Hiding Places And Safe Storage For Valuables When You Remodel

Posted on: 22 June 2016

Remodeling your home can give your opportunities for improvements to your home. There are many features that you may be considering, but you may not have thought about adding hiding places for your valuables. When you remodel, you may want to consider features like adding safes, safe rooms and hidden compartments for your valuables. Here are some ideas that you may want to consider to add a stash for your cash when you remodel your home:
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3 Reasons To Have A Rubber Athletic Surface Installed

Posted on: 2 June 2016

Installing an athletic surface at your home can be a great way to encourage yourself and your family to be more active by participating in sports. An athletic surface for a tennis or basketball court can often be constructed of a variety of materials, such as concrete, asphalt, or rubber. Listed below are three reasons to utilize a rubber athletic surface for your home's sports court.  Longevity One of the best reasons to consider a rubber athletic surface is that it can last for quite some time with minimal maintenance.
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Choosing A Building Material For Your Large Backyard Patio

Posted on: 24 May 2016

If your new home has a large area in the backyard that you would like to change from a dirt patch into a nice patio and play space for your children, then it is important for you to take all of your surface options into consideration. While you may have considered a concrete patio, you may not have thought about a less expensive patio made out of asphalt or a designer patio made from pavers or red bricks.
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Answers To Your Questions On Chimney Maintenance

Posted on: 29 April 2016

If your home includes a fireplace, chances are you are looking forward to some cozy nights around the flicker of the flames. Before you can do this, though, you need to make sure your chimney is clean and in good repair. Otherwise, you could end up with a room filled with smoke, or worse, a fire. The following guide will answer some of your questions about chimney maintenance. How often should you have the chimney cleaned and inspected?
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