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How Experts Replicate Authentic Auto Glass So You Can Finish Your Vintage Auto Restoration

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When you have put all your time and money into restoring a vintage car with authentic parts, the last thing you want is to replace, repair and/or restore the windshield with modern glass. Replacing any parts on a vintage car or truck with modern parts defeats the purpose of restoring the vehicle to its orginal glory. However, if you have a vehicle that is rare, it may be rarer still to find the vintage windshield glass you need.…

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Winter Pressure Washing: Why It Works And Where It Works Best

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Spring cleaning is arguably one of the most mundane chores that comes around on an annual basis, so anything you can do to ease your workload during this time is a plus. One part of spring cleaning that many homeowners include in their ritual is pressure washing various fixtures around the yard. However, this is one of a few chores that you can do early in order to make your spring cleaning less hectic.…

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3 Types Of Siding You May Want To Consider

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Choosing the right material, whether you are remodeling a home, building, or adding siding to a building, the value of the property increases, as well as the aesthetics.  There are several factors ( energy efficiency, cost, stability)  you need to consider when choosing  exterior siding, but there are 3 types of siding you may want to consider for your home or building that include these important factors.  Vinyl Siding Vinyl siding is durable and your color options are almost endless.…

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3 Mistakes When Trying To Install Guters On Your Own

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Oftentimes, people end up trying to do repairs around their home on their own for the sake of saving a few bucks. Unfortunately, there are some things that are better off left to the pros. Otherwise, you could end up with a major disaster and a lot more in repairs than what you would have spent in the first place. Instead of costing yourself a small fortune, avoid making one of these costly mistakes when trying to install gutters on your own.…

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What To Do If You Are Renting A Home With Asbestos

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If you rent, you probably assume that your landlord has provided you with a safe place to live in exchange for your monthly rental fee. However, if the home is older or if you have recently been given new information about the house, you might be afraid that there is asbestos present. Obviously, this dangerous material could be putting you and your family members at risk, so you shouldn’t ignore the problem.…

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Four Items You Own That May Still Have Asbestos

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The dangers of asbestos have been well documented for decades. Exposure to stray fibers can cause serious respiratory illness, including cancers like mesothelioma. While asbestos removal has helped remove this dangerous substance from a variety of homes, there are still a shockingly large number of items that contain asbestos, some of which are still being produced. Check this list to see if you own any potentially deadly items. Boilers Boilers are one of the most common home items with asbestos.…

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3 Reasons To Renovate Your Basement

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So, you have a basement under your house. At this point, it’s probably being used as a storage space. Have you ever considered renovating your basement? Basement development is popular in many homes for a variety of reasons. For instance, basements tend to be developed in order to provide: 1. Additional Living Space  Having additional living space in your home can be very beneficial. Whether you just need more space for practical reasons or you simply want to add another fun area to your home, renovating your basement is a great option.…

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