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  • Packing Screen Prints For Shipping: 4 Reasons Your Artwork Arrived With Damage

    20 June 2016

    Collectible screen prints are popular with buyers and sellers across the United States, and these collectors often choose to ship prints to other people by courier. It isn't particularly expensive to use a courier service for these transactions, but if you don't pack the prints properly, they are liable to end up at their destination with signs of damage. Here are four reasons why. The tube you chose was too small or too thin

  • DIY Basement Water Damage Cleanup And Gas Water Heater Leaks: What Should You Know

    20 June 2016

    If your natural gas water heater cracks, leaks and floods water all over your basement's flooring, you may wonder if it's safe to clean up the mess without professional help. Although it's possible for you to clean up your waterlogged basement, it may want to reconsider. The flooding water isn't the only thing you must worry about when a gas water appliance breaks down. The electrical appliances in your basement can cause a great deal of harm if they shock or injure you.

  • How To Create Wooden Facades To Disguise Metal Chain Link Fence Posts

    20 June 2016

    Installing a privacy fence can add to your home's property value and enhance the surrounding space. In addition, if you are handy with basic hand and power tools, you can save money by performing the work yourself. However, if you already have a chain link fence in place, you may dread the thought of removing the old steel posts. Removing old posts can involve extensive digging and back-breaking labor, and once they are out of the ground, disposing of the posts is another potentially frustrating task.

  • How To Test And Replace A Faulty Electrical Breaker

    17 June 2016

    Most homes in the United States have breaker panels and a series of breakers that protect the home from electrical fires. While breakers will often last for years without any issues, you may find yourself in a situation where a breaker needs to be replaced. If you do not know much about the electrical system in your home, then you may be afraid to change the breaker yourself. Fortunately, the task is fairly simple.

  • How To Keep Food Dumpster Odors At Bay

    16 June 2016

    A dumpster rental can be quite convenient if you need to get rid of a great deal of waste before you move. If you have expired food items and you need to clean out your refrigerator, freezer, pantry, or other food storage location, then you can place food items in the dumpster. However, you do not want your dumpster to smell foul for days or weeks before the garbage container is picked up.

  • Cold Pour Asphalt Filler Mistakes To Avoid

    16 June 2016

    If you have many cracks in the surface of your asphalt driveway, then this may be a sign that you need a new driveway installed. If you do not currently have the money for a full replacement, then you can schedule an asphalt sealing. Before the sealing, you should do your best to fill in cracks as best you can. If you have never worked with crack filler before, then you may make a few mistakes.

  • Where To Start When Cleaning Up Water Damage

    16 June 2016

    If your home has been damaged by flooding, one of the things that you will want to do is to get it dried out as quickly as possible. While the best way to do this is to hire a professional water removal company, if there is not one available or if you choose to do it yourself, you must first figure out what type of water you are dealing with, and then collect the equipment that you will need.