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Hello, my name is Emily Green. Welcome to my website about home maintenance and repairs performed by general contractors. When I bought my first house, absolutely everything was in perfect condition. After living there for several months, however, I started to notice a slight decline in the finishes of certain materials in my house. I suspected that the items needed care, but I did not know how to proceed. A general contractor helped me learn everything I needed to know about home maintenance and repairs. I created this site to share this knowledge with my readers. Come by again soon to learn more.

Construction Contractors

Choosing The Right Material For Your New Garage Door

30 March 2015
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Construction & Contractors, Blog

Choosing a new garage door isn't as simple as taking the measurements and placing an order. Garage doors are made in one of three primary materials – steel, wood, or plastic. Although your choice is somewhat dependent on your budget, you also need to look at the individual benefits of each material before making a final choice. Steel Steel is by far the most preferred material for a garage door because it is both durable and attractive.
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Two Things To Be Aware Of When Using Homemade Grout Cleaner

16 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The grout between your bathroom and kitchen tiles can be very difficult to deal with. Fortunately, there are many situations where a homemade mix of bleach and baking soda is all that's necessary to keep your grout looking at its best. But if you decide to go the homemade route when cleaning grout, make sure that you're aware of these two things. The Coarse Nature Of Homemade Grout Cleaner Makes It Easy To Overuse
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Kid-Friendly Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

10 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Creating a kid-friendly bathroom doesn't mean sacrificing your adult needs or design choices. You can often combine the best of both with a few creative bathroom remodel upgrades. Make the Sink Accessible Tripping over step stools in the middle of the night isn't fun. Why not remodel your bathroom so your little ones can reach the sink without a stool? There are two options when it comes to the sink:
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5 Tips For Preventing Bathtub Clogs

10 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A clogged bathtub drain is a common plumbing problem, but that does not make it any less frustrating. Fortunately, you can avoid clogged bathtub drains with proper maintenance. If you take good care of your drains, you will not have to call a plumber. Here are five tips for preventing bathtub clogs. Do Not Empty Mop Buckets In Your Bathtub If you have ever emptied a mop bucket in your bathtub, you are not alone.
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Learn How To Efficiently Organize Your Garden Shed Using Common Building Materials

10 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Garden sheds are often the place where all landscaping equipment is stored, and they can often be cluttered and unorganized. Fortunately, making the most of the space available doesn't have to be difficult. Use the following guide to learn how to use your garden shed as efficiently as possible. Use the Overhead Space Efficiently There are often open beams in the ceilings of garden sheds. Place a piece of plywood above the beams on one side of the shed.
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Learning About Home Maintenance and Repairs

Hello, my name is Emily Green. Welcome to my website about home maintenance and repairs performed by general contractors. When I bought my first house, absolutely everything was in perfect condition. After living there for several months, however, I started to notice a slight decline in the finishes of certain materials in my house. I suspected that the items needed care, but I did not know how to proceed. A general contractor helped me learn everything I needed to know about home maintenance and repairs. I created this site to share this knowledge with my readers. Come by again soon to learn more.

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