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Customize Your Hollow Metal Doors With These Features

When you're having the building for your business that you own renovated, one of the things that you'll need to think about is the type of doors to use. While you'll want solid metal doors on the exterior of the building for security, the interior doors should be different. Many business owners favor hollow metal doors throughout their buildings. This type of door offers many benefits — it's sturdy yet lighter to operate than a solid door, for example. Read More 

Three Tips To Follow When Caring For Your Water Well System

A water well is a concept that humanity has used for much of its history, and it is still commonly used by homes that are located too far away from urban water networks. However, homeowners are often poorly informed when it concerns the types of maintenance that a water well system requires, but you can avoid some issues through following these care tips for water wells. Keep A Comprehensive Maintenance Log For The Well Read More 

Want To Drain A Lake? How A Deep Well Pump Helps

If you recently bought a property with a deep lake, and you would like to drain the lake to line the bottom and sides with concrete, you may want to try a deep well pump. Depending on how many gallons of water fill the lake, you may need several water storage tanks to go with the pump. Here is how to make this project work. Drop the Submersible Pump into the Deepest Part of the Lake Read More 

Does Your Child Use A Wheelchair? 4 Tips To Help You Design An Accessible Home

There's nothing better than designing your own custom home. Once you're done, you can relax knowing that everything is to your liking. Now that you've decided to build a custom home, it's time to get down to the details. If you have a child who's confined to a wheelchair, this is the perfect opportunity to create a truly accessible space for them. Not sure where to start? Here for four simple additions that will make your home more livable for your child. Read More 

Tips For Preparing Exterior Trim For Painting

Painting the exterior of your home isn't complete until the trim is done. This includes window frames, the roof fascia boards, and any decorative trim work on the home. Unlike the siding, which can be painted quickly with a paint sprayer, trim is typically painted by hand. The following tips can help you prepare it for painting so that the process goes as smoothly as possible. Tip #1: Replace damaged trim Read More