Revamping An Old Wood Table

Posted on: 12 August 2015

If you have an old wood table that you do not use in plain view within your home because it isn't aesthetically pleasing, consider trying to restore it into a pristine condition that would be admired. Restoring wood furniture is not that difficult to do on your own if you have the proper tools and a bit of time. Here are some instructions you can use to turn an old wood table into a furniture masterpiece.
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What Is Going Wrong With Your Washer And Dryer?

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you don't think your washer or dryer is working the way that it should be, you could have an issue that could be easily resolved. Troubleshoot the problem, and contact washer and dryer retailers for parts and support as needed. You may find that changing the way that you wash your clothes, position your appliances, or maintain your machines makes a huge difference in the outcome of your laundry.
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3 Common Problems That Can Cause Moisture And Water Damage In Your Home

Posted on: 4 August 2015

Your basement suddenly feels like a sauna and there's a faint scent of mold permeating through your home. You may have a moisture problem hiding somewhere in your home. Unfortunately, that moisture problem could be signaling the beginning of even bigger problems. Before you brush it aside, you should know that moisture build-up in your home can lead to severe problems, Including foundation damage and wood rot. Here are some common problems that can lead to moisture build-up and water damage in your home.
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How To Help Your Neighbor After A Tornado

Posted on: 31 July 2015

If there was a tornado in your area, it likely left behind a lot of damage. If you were lucky enough to avoid this damage, you can still help out with your neighbor if their home was hit by the tornado. Below are two things you can do that they will appreciate. It is very important that you make sure the home is safe to go in before you start doing anything:
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