Solar Blinds Can Solve Your Window Problems

Posted on: 25 July 2018

When you spend your summer days outside in the sun and heat, the last thing you want to do is come home to a hot and uncomfortable interior. Obviously, there are a million things you can do to help keep your home cool, but some solutions are very expensive. For example, constantly running your air conditioner can be wasteful, especially when you aren't in the home. But, if you are gone for so long that your home starts to heat up, it will take much longer for your air conditioner to cool it back to a comfortable temperature.
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How To Tell When The Foundation of Your Home Needs to Be Repaired

Posted on: 4 May 2018

When you really think about it, you should be able to see why a foundation could become damaged. The foundation of a home has to bear the weight of not only the entire structure of the house but the additional load of the inhabitants of the home as well. Although the foundation is built to be rugged and durable, all of this weight can eventually take its toll, and the foundation might become cracked in some places.
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How To Maintain A Quartz Countertop

Posted on: 28 June 2017

Quartz is a luxurious natural stone that creates a highly durable and attractive surface for countertops. However, no matter how durable it may be, quartz can still be stained and marred from excessive exposure to a variety of different materials. In order to maintain the natural and sleek aesthetic of your quartz countertops, proper care needs to be taken while cleaning. What to Do Grease and Stuck Food: Any sort of stuck on food, hardened grease, or other type of residue that has adhered to your countertop can be removed using a plastic putty knife or some other thin edged surface.
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Getting Your Business Certified As A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business

Posted on: 19 October 2016

For many companies, federal contracts mean big bucks. Unfortunately, it isn't usually easy to land a federal contract. However, if you previously served in the military and were disabled, you should consider getting your business certified as a veteran-owned business. By doing this, your business is included on a list that helps federal agencies meet the goal that requires three percent of contracted and subcontracted business to be awarded to small businesses that are owned and operated by service-disabled veterans.
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