Warm Up Your Plaster Walls With This DIY Faux Wood Finish Tutorial

Posted on: 21 October 2015

Wood and plaster are both traditional, classic materials, especially when it comes to interior residential settings. While both have their place in the interior design world, plaster tends to be more budget-friendly and is often easier to install without experience. Unfortunately, plaster by itself can seem cold and plain. If you've recently installed plaster, but you love the warmth of wood, use this handy DIY faux wood finish tutorial to liven up your walls without breaking the bank.
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Business Safety Tips: Improving Your Parking Lot

Posted on: 29 September 2015

As a business owner, it is your job to ensure that both your employees and customers are safe. If you own a retail store, you may generally think of safety as keeping the aisles clean and free of clutter. However, safety goes well beyond the environment inside of your store. The environment outside of your store is just as important. Considering that approximately 206 people are killed annually in parking lot related accidents, it is important to ensure the safety of your parking lot.
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5 Reasons To Choose A Restoration Company With Advanced Moisture Detection Equipment

Posted on: 16 September 2015

When a broken water main or hurricane flooding damages your home, you'll likely want to call the first water damage restoration company you can find. However, taking at least a little time to ask about the equipment and qualifications of the service provider pays off in the long run. Shop around for a company that brings high-tech moisture detection tools to enjoy these five benefits. Preventing Hidden Mold When water fills up a home or even a single room, the liquid flows through tiny cracks and openings you can't even see to create pockets of moisture in inaccessible spots like
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Three Ways To Ensure Your Wooden Fence Lasts As Long As Possible

Posted on: 26 August 2015

Having a wooden fence installed can be a pretty big investment, so it makes sense to ensure your fence lasts for as long as possible. With the proper care, you can extend the lifespan of your fence. Here are three ways to accomplish that goal. Keep weeds, bushes, and debris away from the fence. When you allow weeds and bushes to grow up against your fence, you trap moisture against the fence, which promotes rotting.
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