4 Advantages Of Awning Replacement Windows

Posted on: 15 April 2015

When replacing windows in your home, there are a lot of options. Awning replacement windows are windows that swing out from the bottom, and are hinged at the top. These windows are generally fairly small and are normally used in areas of a home that are not accessible (or not frequently accessed) from outside. Awning windows are less common than other window types and can be very distinctive. 1. They Are Wide and Open
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Is Part Of Your Gutter Sagging?

Posted on: 2 April 2015

One of the most important parts of the exterior of your home is the rain gutter system. This metal or plastic material running along the edge of your roof prevents rainwater from soaking the siding and foundation of your home, preventing costly damage. If your gutters are older, look around to check for sags. You'll need to fix these right away to prevent leaks and mosquito growth in the pooling water.
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Propane Or Natural Gas For Your New Construction Home: Propane Is The Better Investment

Posted on: 22 March 2015

If you are constructing a new home and you aren't sure if you want to pay to have gas brought to your home through the city lines, or if you want to have a propane tank, there are a few things you want to consider. A lot of people think propane is costly because you pay for the entire tank to be filled up at once, but it's actually a more affordable long term option.
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Tips For Maintaining Oil-Burning Furnaces

Posted on: 10 March 2015

An oil-fired furnace is one of the most common types of heaters for homes in particularly cold climates. These furnaces are able to reliability and affordability provide tremendous heat on frigid nights. However, if you do not take the time to care for your oil-burning furnace, you may encounter severe malfunctions when you need the furnace the most. These two tips will help you avoid common causes for your furnace to malfunction.
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