Fall Seasonal Rental Maintenance Checklist

Posted on: 15 October 2015

If you own rental properties, you need to make sure that you or your property maintenance company stays on top of all seasonal maintenance issues. Here are a few maintenance issues you need to address at all of your rental properties this fall: Clean All Gutters Before the fall wraps up, you need to have all of your gutters cleaned. Gutters tend to get clogged up in the fall with leaves and other debris.
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Four Essential Upgrades To Do When You Start A Home Renovation Project

Posted on: 9 October 2015

If you are ready to bring your home up to date, you may be considering things like remodeling a kitchen or bathroom and adding space to your home. These are great investments to make your home more modern, but there are other things that you do not want to leave out. You may want to consider wiring for automation and adding energy efficient lighting. Here are some of the essential upgrades that you should consider when doing renovation projects:
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3 Tips When Shopping For A New Faucet

Posted on: 6 October 2015

Household faucets get a lot of use--that's why, sooner or later, they end up needing to be replaced. When that time comes, many people find themselves intimidated by the vast array of options available today. If you are considering upgrading a faucet in your home, read on. This article will present three things to take into consideration before making your purchase. Consider the reach When shopping for a new faucet, many people become so caught up by the aesthetics of various models that they fail to consider the more practical aspects at play.
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Four Durable Siding Solutions That Are Ideal For Dry Climates

Posted on: 29 July 2015

There are many options for siding on your home. If you live in a dry climate, you may want to consider materials like fiber cement, metal or fire-rated composite materials. These siding options can help to protect your home from dangers like wildfire. Here are some of the options you have for a fire resistant siding on your home. 1. Fiber Cement Siding For The Look Of Wood Siding  
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