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3 Ways To Keep Your Yard Dry

Does your yard suffer from an excess of standing water? This can be the case if you live in a low-lying area. Areas around you that are higher will deposit their water into your yard, and it has nowhere to go. If it only rains occasionally, the ground will eventually absorb the excess water. However, if you live in a place where it rains a lot, excess water could be a problem, as the water that gathers in your yard won't have a chance to be absorbed naturally. Read More 

How To Remove Common Stains And Scratches From Marble Surfaces

Owning a home with marble counters and floors can be quite a luxury, but it's also a big responsibility, especially when it comes to cleaning. When your marble gets stained, it can take away from the beauty. But there are ways to remove the stains as long as you know what you're doing. Here are some common household stains and how to get rid of them without ruining your marble. Read More 

Selling Your Home? Here Are 6 Easy Ways To Increase Buyer Interest

Now that you have decided to sell your home, you're undoubtedly focused on making sure that it doesn't sit on the market for long. Forget about planning any costly remodeling projects – in addition to settling on a fair asking price, you can use the following tips and tricks to increase buyer interested and get your home sold in no time: Get the Garage Door Serviced The garage is an important feature for most potential buyers, so it's important to give it some attention before putting your home on the market. Read More 

I’m Responsible For The Parking Lot, Too? Tips For Choosing The Right Paving Material For New Small Business Owners

From payroll taxes and hiring to budgets and advertising, when it comes to being a small business owner, you're forced to wear several hats that don't always fit. In addition to all the financial and administrative duties, as a small business owner you're also responsible for keeping your store front and parking lot looking good, as well. If you're planning to renovate your parking lot, and don't know where to begin, here are a few of the pros and cons of two popular materials: asphalt and concrete. Read More 

4 FAQs About Basement Waterproof Paint

If water has been entering your basement lately, you may be looking at waterproofing that space. There are many ways you can waterproof a basement, including concrete sealers, waterproof membranes and waterproof paint. If you have never heard about these methods, you may have many questions about each one. Get answers to these questions to help you determine which form of basement waterproofing is right for you. Here are some of the questions you may have about basement waterproof paint and the answers. Read More