Four Things You Need To Know Before Using A Pressure Washer

Posted on: 29 September 2015

Pressure washing can remove embedded dust, dirt, grime, and opportunistic vegetation such as algae, moss, and lichen. Renting a pressure washer is an excellent way for homeowners to get their home exteriors clean and looking good. However, those inexperienced with using pressure washers may inadvertently cause damage to their homes and its immediate surroundings as well as injury to themselves and others. Following are four things that you need to know before renting a pressure washer for use on your residential property.
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Beware Of The Oversized Furnace

Posted on: 31 August 2015

When it comes to buying and installing a new furnace, one of the biggest mistakes you can make is thinking that bigger means better. It's tempting to buy a furnace that's powerful enough to heat your home and then some, but an oversized furnace comes with a lot of drawbacks that outweigh the supposed benefits. The following provides an in-depth explanation of the problems an oversized furnace can cause. You'll also learn exactly why the right size is the best size for your furnace.
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Cremation Ash Spreading Over Water — What You Need To Consider

Posted on: 24 June 2015

If one of your beloved family members has recently been cremated, then you may want to memorialize your spouse, parent, or sibling in a special way. Many people decide to spread ashes in a special place, and this may be a great option for both you and your loved one. However, you probably should not just start scattering ashes the day after the funeral ceremony. There are quite a few things you need to take into consideration, especially if you want to spread ashes near a body of water.
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Backhoe Vs. Skid-Steer: Which One Do You Need?

Posted on: 8 May 2015

Doing a major home improvement project by yourself can save you a lot of money if you can do it right. Renting tools and equipment and working by yourself with instructions or with a friend or neighbor who is familiar with construction work can cost a lot less than hiring a contractor. However, it can also be confusing, especially if this is your first time working with large equipment. For the inexperienced, it may be hard to even tell which of two similar machines you need.
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