3 Tips For Moving Home With Your Cat

Posted on: 4 May 2015
Moving home can be a difficult and stressful time for everyone involved. However, oftentimes people overlook the effect of moving home on their household pets. Cats are often more domesticated than dogs, and as such can be more troublesome to relocate. As such, here are three tips on helping your cat during these big changes. Put Your Cat's Safety First The stress and anxiety that moving home brings can lead you to become distracted.
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What To Do If Your Garage Door Spring Breaks

Posted on: 6 April 2015
Is your garage door spring broken? You probably didn't even know until you tried to get your car out of the garage and the door wouldn't open. You might have heard a loud banging or crashing noise from somewhere in the house, but houses make a lot of noises that can't be readily identified. It is not surprising if you ignored it. Most people would do the same. But now you are facing a broken garage door spring and your car is in the garage.
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Tips And Tricks To Care For Wooden Blinds

Posted on: 17 March 2015
If you have a rustic home, then you likely want all of your furniture items and accessories to match the style of your residence. If you need to keep the hot summer sun from cascading through your windows, then you want your blinds to fit in with everything else. Wooden blinds can be a great option for you, but you need to care for them properly. Follow the tips below to make sure your wooden blinds remain in great shape for years to come.
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Repair Or Replace: How To Tell When It's Time For New Windows

Posted on: 20 February 2015
Sometimes, it's easy to tell when you need new windows in your home. For example, if they're busted, missing, or filled with cracks as big as the Grand Canyon, it's probably a good idea to sort out some replacement windows, STAT, unless you like the idea of woodland creatures having easy access to the interior of your home. However, it's not always easy to tell if you need your windows replaced completely, or if you can just get away with having them repaired.
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