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You Should Have Your Parking Lot Sealcoated And Striped Every Three Years

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As a business owner you understand the importance of curb appeal.  If you own the land and building, you probably spent money on landscaping, keeping the outside of the building painted or in good repair, and keeping the parking lot looking good all in the hopes of attracting more customers. The fact of the matter is you definitely should have your parking lot sealcoated and striped every three years. Keeping your parking lot in good repair will save you a lot of aggravation and money.…

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Storm Damaged Vinyl Siding Repair Tips

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Wind or hail can cause major damage to your siding. While vinyl won’t bend or dent like metal, large hailstones can leave holes and cracks, while wind may sometimes rip hole panels off the house. A repair is necessary when this happens. The following tips can help you with getting the best looking repair so your home looks as good as new afterward. Tip #1: Match-making Successfully One issue with any pre-colored siding product is that you may not be able to get an exact match.…

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4 Heating Options For Tiny Homes -- And One Heating Option To Avoid

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Tiny homes, measuring just a fraction of the size of the standard family home, are all the rage as Americans seek simplicity, minimalism and affordable housing in tough economic times. Turning to a tiny house means sacrificing space, but also comes with some surprising benefits, such as heating bills as low as $10 a month in some regions. While tiny homes can provide all the normal comforts of a larger space – including heating, cooling and running water – these systems require a bit of extra planning to make sure they will work in your new dwelling.…

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