How To Insulate Your Attic Hatch

Posted on: 20 January 2015

However well insulated your home is otherwise, if your attic hatch is poorly insulated you could be losing a lot of your energy dollars. Most attic hatches are made out of a section of drywall or a cut piece of plywood. They usually have no insulation at all, so by following the simple steps below you can make a significant dent in your home heating and cooling bills. What You Will Need
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Choose The Right Kind Of Dock For Your Needs

Posted on: 16 January 2015

If you have spent the money to buy a lakeside property and you have a boat, you need to have someplace to put that boat. You can't haul it up on solid ground every time you are done. You could end up damaging your boat that way. What you need is a dock. A dock will give you a good place to secure your boat when it is not in use.
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Three Essential Tools You'll Need For Your Vinyl Siding Repair Job

Posted on: 12 January 2015

Vinyl siding repair is an often overlooked but nonetheless essential job that you'll have to do from time to time. Whether your siding damage is the result of a bad storm or just ordinary wear and tear, it can be very rewarding to take care of a minor problem yourself. Make sure you add these three essential tools to your toolbox if you're serious about fixing your own vinyl siding.
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Prepare Your Patio Furniture For Winter Storage

Posted on: 6 January 2015

When colder weather arrives, many homeowners must winterize their patio furniture. The first step in this process involves preparing the patio furniture for storage. Different types of patio furniture must be prepared in different ways, depending on the material the furniture is made from. All furniture should be cleaned and repaired before being placed into storage, to ensure the furniture will be ready to use the following spring. Wooden Furniture
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