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How to Prepare Your Home for the Summer
June 1, 2013, 9:23 pm
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Alan And Heather Davis

How to Prepare Your Home for the Summer

Summer months are nearly here, and it is the perfect time to have parties at home, relax under the sun, and enjoy the warm weather. Though there is a lot of fun to look forward to, your home needs to be prepared properly in order for you to fully enjoy the hot days.

During the hotter months, you will be turning on your air conditions, which means you will experience a rise in our energy bills. By taking control and preparing our home now, however, you feel more comfortable during the summer months and also reduce the amount of energy you use.

  • Prepare your deck. Fix any items that need to be repaired.  Check for dents, cracks, sagging, or protrusion that may cause a threat when you plan to your use deck. By feeling safe, you will utilize your deck more, which means more time outside and less of a…

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How to Properly Dispose of Waste from Your Home Construction Project
June 1, 2013, 9:23 pm
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Silver Stone Homes

How to Properly Dispose of Waste from Your Home Construction Project

Home renovation projects may require a lot of work from you, and though you probably want to instantly sit down and relax at the end of a day, the work does not stop there. There is a major issue of waste disposal that needs to be tackled, so as not to cause any pollution or threat to the environment. Renovation projects create a lot of waste, some of which can be toxic or dangerous, so it is important to dispose of it properly and securely.

Have containers with lids ready before starting the project. From day one until the day of completion, waste will be generated along the way. So, while you work on your project, you need to have available trash containers to keep everything clean.
Learn how to separate waste. Not all of your construction waste should go into a single container. There are items that are biodegradable…

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