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Not Ready to Say Goodbye to Your Fireplace? Here’s What You Can Do

A fireplace is a huge addition to any home for a number of reasons. The combination of a well-designed fireplace and a chimney not only add warmth and coziness to a home; it adds value as well. They’re fairly easy to maintain, too. All you need is professional chimney services to keep them in great working condition. …

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Types of HVAC Sensors

You might put together a seemingly perfect interior décor and sit back waiting to enjoy your time in your indoors. Without the right temperatures, nonetheless, this will remain a pipe dream. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning are an essential part of your indoor comfort and enjoyment. Since property owners know this, virtually all properties now …

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From Drab to Fab: 3 Things That Create a Brighter, Better Basement

There’s probably nothing more challenging of a home makeover project than making the basement nice and livable. When you decide to tackle this room, you’re essentially opening up a Pandora’s box of design dilemmas, from the dark, cold atmosphere to the damp walls, floors, and everything. That’s why when you do decide to fix it, …

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Stormproof Homes: Is Yours Protected Against Potential Damage?

Homeowners must stabilize their homes’ roofing, windows, and doors in preparation for a storm. While doing so won’t prevent total damage, it can reduce the expenses of from cleaning the mess left behind by a natural calamity. The average rate of disaster cleanup in Salt Lake City costs around $2,150, but you won’t likely have …

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Tear Down or Renovate: What Should You Do to Your Building?

Commercial buildings built in the ’70s in Utah may be nearing the end of their lifespan. These structures will have obsolete systems, and some properties may have been neglected for years. For others, they may turn into an eyesore for the community for their outdated styles. When you own such a structure, planning commercial construction …

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