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2016

Your Roof In Winter: Understanding The Effects Of Cold Weather

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As terms like “polar vortex” and “glacial melting” become more commonplace, maintaining the roof over your head is more crucial than ever.  It’s important to realize, though, that every roof may not be constructed to withstand these changing, unpredictable weather patterns.  Most roofs come with a 20-year warranty, and they’re typically designed to last at least that long: but they probably weren’t constructed to withstand the drastic, devastating weather conditions that could occur when Antarctica melts into the sea!…

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2 Types Of Sensors Every Garage Door Should Have

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When a person is installing a garage door, it is critical to make sure that it safe for children to be around. Because children do not have nearly as much awareness of their surroundings, they might wander beneath a garage door while it is closing. This can result in children being injured unless proper safety precautions are taken. There are two main types of safety sensors that can be installed in order to make sure that no one is hurt by a closing garage door.…

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Think You Have A Sewer Clog? These Are Some Options For Clearing The Line

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If you notice a sewer odor in your backyard, or find patches of grass that are soggy, your sewer line may be overflowing because of a clog. Sewer lines are tricky to clean out because they are so difficult to reach. You may need to climb on the roof and run a sewer snake through the vent pipe, or try to feed the snake through the toilet. If you’ve never used a snake before, you may find it too hard to operate.…

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