Why and How to Seal Your New Stamped Concrete Patio

Posted on: 24 August 2015
Once your new concrete patio has been laid in your backyard, protecting that patio will become one of your home maintenance priorities. After all, you'll be using your patio for many years to come. The best way for you to protect your concrete is to seal it appropriately. Why should you seal your new concrete patio? There are many reasons to seal your new stamped concrete patio. Sealer protects the concrete from a variety of conditions and outdoor elements including freeze/thaw cycles, harsh UV rays, de-icing salts, dust and others.
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5 Tips For Cleaning Up Your Yard With The Change Of The Seasons

Posted on: 3 August 2015
As the seasons change, caring for your landscaping will have different needs, ranging from picking up loose leaves in the fall to adding fertilizer to the plants with the arriving spring. In order for your yard to stay in the best shape season to season, you will need to take the time to look into how you can clean up the yard each season. This means paying attention to the unique demands that arise throughout the year and what you can do to make landscaping an easier task.
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3 Tips for Green Cleaning Your Carpeting

Posted on: 8 July 2015
For many people, their commitment to the environment even extends to how they clean their home. One of the many ways you can incorporate green cleaning is how you clean your carpets. Here are some tips you can use to get the stains out of your carpet and also keep it green.  Vacuum Your Floors Obviously, you need to vacuum your carpets before cleaning them, but it is important that you go above and beyond your usual vacuum.
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How Seamless Rain Gutters Can Benefit Your Mobile Home

Posted on: 17 June 2015
There are approximately 8.5 million mobile homes in the United States and they can be found in a variety of areas with varying climatic conditions. A mobile home can become victim to water damage that can be sustained from heavy rainfall flowing down the sides and seeping through the seams of windows or doors. Water that settles beneath your mobile home can also cause a problem when it starts to evaporate and cause moist air to come in through the floors and walls of your home especially through floors made from particle board which can become rotted.
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