How To Clean Wood Blinds

Posted on: 16 March 2016
Wood blinds can give any room in your house a warm, rustic look. They can also appear elegant when combined with the right d├ęcor elements, such as a sleek white or cream-colored couch or a luxurious, fluffy rug. Although the cleaning process you'll use to clean wood blinds is similar to basic white vinyl blinds, there are a few specific things to keep in mind. Here are a few tips for cleaning and maintaining wood blinds:
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Sick Of Granite? Other Countertops To Consider

Posted on: 15 February 2016
Granite countertops have dominated the work surfaces of new kitchens for years. In fact, 75 percent of countertops installed in new kitchens in 2012 were granite. If you're getting sick of this seemingly default choice in new countertops, there are plenty of other options available to you. Marble. Marble is simply stunning and often costs less than granite. However, your beautiful marble countertops will require a lot of tender loving care.
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Two Signs That It's Time To Clean Your Chimney

Posted on: 19 January 2016
If you have a chimney that you use during the cold seasons, it's easy to let years go by without doing much more than throwing logs into it and lighting a fire.  However, just because your chimney appears to be working fine, it's important that you don't let this lull you into a false sense of security.  Dirty chimneys are dangerous because the buildup can cause a fire to start that could potentially damage your entire home.
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3 Things You Should Do Before Building A Fence On Your Property Line

Posted on: 23 December 2015
Adding a fence to your property line can be a great decision for any homeowner. It's a nice way to separate your yard from your neighbors' by providing a visual separation and by keeping your pets and kids contained on your side of the property. Before you decide to build a fence along the property line, however, there are a few steps that you should take to ensure that your project turns out just like it is supposed to.
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