What Do People Look For In Handyman Listings?

Posted on: 27 February 2020

Whether you are a handyman trying to create a listing that appeals to the average homeowner looking for some help or you are the average homeowner who wants to choose somebody of quality to manage some projects for you, you have some choices to make. What kinds of handyman business listings reach a wider audience? A Good Handyman Has a Website Any good handyman living in the modern era will have a website or somewhere you can find them on the web.
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Why Are Your Shingles Curling and What Should You Do About It?

Posted on: 25 November 2019

When you look across your roof, all of the shingles should lay flat. This should be true whether you have the more modern architectural shingles or the older-style 3-tab shingles. If the edges of the shingles are beginning to curl up, that is not a good sign. Here is a look at what can cause curled shingles, along with some tips for handling this situation. What Causes Curled Shingles? Curling occurs when the top portion of the shingle shrinks while the bottom portion of the shingle doesn't.
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Here's How To Keep Your Home's Drains From Clogging Up

Posted on: 25 September 2019

Clogged drains can be inconvenient and cause other plumbing problems to pop up over time. Here are a few things you can do to effectively keep your home's drains from clogging up. Create a Set of Drain Rules To make sure that everyone in your family understands the importance of keeping your drains from clogging up, consider creating a set of drain rules for all household members to follow. By setting specific rules for your family to follow, there won't be any confusion about what should and shouldn't be thrown into the toilet or whether food scraps should be allowed to fall down the sink drain.
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Is Your Roof At Risk Of Condensation Damage? What You Should Know

Posted on: 15 July 2019

When it comes to roofing problems that cold weather can trigger, condensation on your roof is one of the more concerning ones. Just like when you see condensation on glasses in the summer, condensation can form under your home's roof in the winter months. Understanding what causes condensation on your roof, why it could be a problem, and how you can prevent it are all important things to help you protect your home.
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