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DIY Tips on How to Make Your Home Energy Efficient

Our homes are truly remarkable structures, complete with distinctive styling and functionality. With today’s technology, homes have many conveniences, including appliances and technology that makes life easy. From smart thermostats to Low E, double pane windows, to the latest in engineered flooring, homes are not only comfortable, but also less maintenance intensive. However, many homes are older structures and these…

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How to Take Down a Pergola

Pergolas are very aesthetically pleasing, functioning structures that often provide shade under rambling vines, which cover the top. Though these outdoor features are built from weather resistant wood, over time, the outside elements take their toll. If you don’t occasionally retreat the wood, it will insatiably start to rot. A pergola can also become compromised after a heavy rain and…

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How to Tear Out a Brick Planter

Brick is one of the most versatile and aesthetic types of building material. It can give a structure a more

sophisticated look and is easy to clean with a pressure washer or even a garden hose. Homes with

equipped with brick planters are either free standing structures or attached to the front exterior. These are

great to plant flower or even vegetables. Over time, however, bricks will come loose and compromise the

integrity of the whole planter. If you don’t want to replace the bricks and gain a bit more space, you can

tear out your brick planter.

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How to Junk Lawn Equipment

There’s little more frustrating than to drag out your lawn mower, line trimmer, edger, or leaf blower only to find the junk lawn equipment won’t start. While most of the country enjoys a respite from lawn care, here in Florida the plentiful sunshine and subtropical climate make it practically a year-round chore. Though homeowners don’t have to mow and trim as often, it’s still necessary.

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How to Take Down an Aluminum Carport

How to Take Down An Aluminum CarportFreestanding and attached aluminum carport structures were quite common in Florida for many years. However, because of the tropical climate and strong storms which occasionally hit the Sunshine State, metal carports become possible projectiles and can be damaged by high winds.

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How to Clean Out a Cluttered Basement

One area of the home we like to put unused but still somewhat wanted items is the basement. Homeowners routinely make trips down the stairs into the cluttered space to add one or more items to an already cramped space. Over time, it becomes practically impossible to negotiate all that stuff, and, if you have a need for the space, it leaves you with the daunting task of cleaning out your basement.

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How to Take Apart a Wood Swing Stand

A Beautiful Wood Swing Stand on Green GrassWood swing stands are built to last, but over time, the outside weather elements take their toll. Along with regular use, a wood swing can begin to buckle, making it unsafe to sit on and pose a safety hazard for pets which like to sleep under the shade these provide.

Because of the sheer size, you won’t be able to pick it up, put it in the back of a truck or on a trailer, and haul it away. Instead, you’ll have to take the entire thing apart and then dispose of it. Since these amenities are treated with chemicals and fortified with sealant to make them last, they cannot be cut up and burned.

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