The retro renter's handbook: the key to avoiding messy drain backups in an old apartment building

Posted on: 29 August 2017

What's not to love about older buildings? They have so much character, so much history and they are also highly affordable compared to new buildings. However, they also come with a host of vintage problems! The occasional howling windows, back in the day appliances and the less desired toilet backups are just a few. Plumbing problems in old apartment buildings can be common due to the cumulative effects of heavy use over many years.
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Beyond Locking the External Doors: 4 Things Business Owners Need to Consider

Posted on: 29 August 2017

When you own a business, you probably pay a lot of attention to the locks on your external doors, but beyond that, it's critical to think of security inside the building as well. Wondering what you need? Ideally, you should have a commercial locksmith assess the situation and point you in the right direction. In the meantime, here are some ideas to keep in mind. 1. Offices Need Their Own Locks
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How Much Will Your New Carport Cost?

Posted on: 28 August 2017

If you have purchased a new vehicle but have insufficient garage space, you should think about setting up a carport. This simple structure will protect your car from the elements and provide extra storage for other items such as bicycles, ATVs and motorbikes. In general, carports are in expensive in comparison to building a new garage or extending your existing one. However, the project is still quite significant, so there are substantial financial implications.
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Two Ways To Save Money When Having A Pool Built

Posted on: 28 August 2017

As winter winds down, many kids are already looking forward to getting back into swimming during the spring and summer seasons. Now that you have enough money to have an inground pool built at home, you want to make sure you get the best bang for your buck. There are several ways you can reduce the impact of the new pool on your wallet; you just need to be careful in the planning and design stage.
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