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Looking After Your Commercial Property

If you buy a commercial property whether you use it personally or rent it out there are certain things you need to do to look after it. Buildings need regular maintenance to keep them in good condition and make sure everything is working alright. If you have invested in commercial property the last thing you want to do is let it deteriorate. It’s in your best interests to look after the... ❯❯❯

The Problems With Gutters

With plenty of winter storms under our belts already this year and more promised over the coming weeks and months, many householders have found themselves dealing with a variety of weather related repairs. From loose or missing roof tiles to damaged and blocked guttering, the list of jobs is seemingly endless. Most of don’t waste a great deal of thought on guttering repairs but... ❯❯❯

An Easy Guide to Blocking Unwanted Calls on Your Landline

If you have a phone then chances are that you've got nuisance calls. Unfortunately, it's not quite as easy to stop them on a landline as it is on a mobile. With no real blocking features, many people give up entirely and just deal with annoying or harassing calls as they get them. Luckily for you, there are more than a few ways to block incoming calls on a landline, so you don't have to live with... ❯❯❯

Alternate Method of Heating the Home

Using anthracite coal to heat the home has a number of benefits and drawbacks.  Many people find this energy source to be a concept that is totally foreign because they require stoves and boilers which are not readily accessible in the country.  Below are the pros and cons of using this source of energy to provide the home with heat: Pros It is less costly when compared with other... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Look for in a Home Alarm System

Protecting what we value the most should be a top priority in our lives. Because home and family are at the top of the priority list, it is imperative that they be protected. Protection need not costs thousands of dollars and include difficult installation and use. By researching effective modern alarms, homes can be protected today for only a fraction of the price that was quoted just 5 years... ❯❯❯

Cleaning your Lawn

Your yard is an essential part of your house even though it is located outside. If you disagree, consider that this is where your children spend most of their time playing and also where you spend most of your time relaxing. By its very nature, a yard is the first thing that people see when they visit your house. It has been said that you can tell a lot about a man by the way his lawn looks. For... ❯❯❯

Furnish your Home without Breaking the Bank

Furniture is something that every home needs to feel complete. And that furniture can cost a pretty penny if you aren’t careful. Just because every home needs furniture, though, doesn’t mean that you should be prepared to spend any amount of money on it. Besides a budget, a clear plan for what you need and where to find it will help save a great deal of money. The tips below not only... ❯❯❯

Should you confront your neighbours about their annoying habits?

Annoying neighbours are, sadly, a fact of life. In a recent survey of 2000 people a tenth admitted to having feuded for more than 4 years with one of their neighbours. Noisy late night parties, blocked driveways and unsightly fences have set teeth grinding and blood pressure rocketing all over the country. Many choose to suffer in silence, only complaining about the situation to family and... ❯❯❯

Building your own home? How to ensure your contractor is up to code

Building a new home, particularly a custom house, involves a major construction project, and it’s definitely not a task for the feint-hearted. The homebuyer/owner will need to wear multiple hats to see the project to completion which are not limited to but include financing, design approver, contractor, resource acquisition, labour management, legal, quality inspection, and more. No... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Most Overlooked Babyproofing Measures

According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, children from ages 0-4 have the highest risk of suffering from at home accidents. In some very unfortunate cases, these accidents can result in permanent disfigurement, disability, and even in death. Nearly all accidents that occur in the home and involve children can be prevented with the right care and precaution. Don't allow the... ❯❯❯