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Avoid Frozen Pipes And Water Damage In Freezing Weather

If the cold weather is setting in, then you want to be sure you know how to protect your home's plumbing for those freezing nights. When the temperature outside drops below freezing, there is the chance that your pipes will also freeze. This can cause them to burst and if that happens then it will cost you in plumbing repairs and possibly cause damage to your walls, flooring, roof, furniture and personal belongings. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of The Common Manufactured Siding Materials

Choosing the best siding material for your home can cut down on maintenance and repair work in the future. Manufactured siding materials are more durable and often less expensive than wood siding. The range of manufactured materials available ensures that you can find the best fit regardless of your design desires. Other than visual appeal, each of the manufactured siding materials has pros and cons. Decide what attributes matter most to you then discuss your choices further with your siding contractor. Read More 

How to Fix a Staircase Hand Railing

Over time, the hand rails on your staircase can come loose. If this happens, it can eventually break or fall off, resulting in the possibility of someone falling. It's important that the hand rails are tightly attached to the staircase at all times. If you've noticed that your hand rails are coming loose, they can easily be repaired yourself. Here are some simple steps that will show you how to tighten up and repair a loose hand railing. Read More 

Four DIY Tips On How To Freshen Up An Older Mattress

Giving your mattress a deep clean can be important if you have been using the mattress for a long time or are planning to move the mattress into another room, such as a children's room or guest room. In order for you to give the mattress the best clean possible, consider the following four tips that you can do on your own to give the mattress a thorough clean. Vacuum the Mattress Using a Handheld Brush Read More 

3 Tips To Make Your Home More Resistant To Water Damage

Whether you had a broken pipe or an overflowing bathtub, water damage inside your home can be extensive. In addition to restoring your property after damage, you should consider making renovations to minimize future instance of water damage. Change Your Flooring The flooring you have can make a significant difference in the amount of long-term damage your home sustains from water damage. There are multiple options for water-resistant flooring and your selection will likely be different for reach room. Read More