4 Things You Should Do When You Have A Broken Window

Posted on: 19 June 2015

A broken residential or vehicle window can prove unsightly, uncomfortable and insecure, so it's important that you respond to this situation quickly and correctly. Here are four steps you need to embark on as soon as you see that damaged glass. 1. Clear Away the Debris Glass shattered by a hailstone or baseball may have gone flying all over the room, so approach the scene of the accident with caution. Always wear shoes and heavy gloves when cleaning up shattered vehicle or residential glass.
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A Superior Heating Source: 4 Reasons To Choose Propane

Posted on: 2 June 2015

While uncommon compared to more traditional heating options like natural gas and electricity, propane offers numerous advantages over more popular counterparts. If you're looking into alternative heating options for your home, it's time to give propane a chance for a number of reasons. 1. Propane is better for the environment. If you're interested in going green, you can feel good about switching to propane heating in your home. Propane is an approved clean-burning fuel by the U.
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Applying Auto Sealant For Your Car's Perfect Shine

Posted on: 13 May 2015

Auto sealant is a great way for you to extend the aesthetic life of your car. It's also a relatively simple and painless process that can be relatively inexpensive and make your car look great. Before you run out and apply sealant to your car, there are a few things that you need to know in order to have the best results with auto sealant.   What Is Auto Sealant?
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Protecting Your Asphalt Driveway During The Winter Months

Posted on: 20 April 2015

If you have recently had an asphalt driveway installed on your property, then you likely want to protect your invest due to the cost of the installation.  Thankfully, most asphalt driveways last between about 12 and 35 years.  However, if you do not properly care for your driveway during the winter months, then the asphalt may not last as long as you want it to.  Click here to read or follow the tips below to make sure this is not the case.
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