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Building A Custom Pool: 3 Pool Features To Consider Having If You Own A Dog

Nothing can combat heat from hot, summer months as well as an outdoor pool. A custom pool can definitely enhance not only the market value of your property, but will definitely give you something to look forward to during hotter months. When designing a custom pool that will fit perfectly with the architectural styling of your home, you should also consider features that will affect the practicality of the pool – especially if you own a dog. Read More 

A New Kitchen With No Budget? 5 Ways It’s Possible

Do you want a remodeled, updated kitchen? You're not alone. But if you can't find money in the budget for a real renovation -- which can cost $15,000 for even a "minor" remodel -- there are ways to get a good effect with even the tightest of budgets. Here are 5 cheap ways to bring your kitchen into the modern world.  Paint. It's remarkable what a difference a fresh coat of paint can make in a well-trodden room like your kitchen. Read More 

Your Electrician Can Hardwire Your Smart House

If you are building a new house, you may want to think about making your house an automated or smart house. The best time to think about this is before your house starts getting wired for electricity. Even if you don't want to have a smart home now, you may want to take advantage of the automation features later, and having a house that is ready to go will make the whole process much easier. Read More 

How To Change Garage Door Panels

Most garage door repairs need to be done by professionals. However, if one or more of your panels have a cosmetic defect, you can usually fix or change them yourself. Most garage doors are made with removable panels that allows you to easily change them out. The great thing about learning how to replace your garage door panels is the fact that you can use the techniques to change all of your panels to give your garage a completely new look. Read More 

Whose Job Is It To Maintain Your Trees That Are Near Power Lines?

Most power companies will trim trees away from electric wires on public property or along easements. For example, if there is a tree in the space between a sidewalk and a road that may start to grow into the power lines, the power company will trim the branches or cut down the tree. But what happens to trees that are on your property? Those trees can be a risk to the power lines as well. Read More