Archive for February 6, 2016

4 Things Business Owners Should Do to Improve Their Curb Appeal

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Commercial fencing companies, Commercial gates, Fence companies in northern va

Residential fencing
Everyone knows that curb appeal is a big part of selling a home. If a home seller is struggling to attract interested buyers, sometimes all they have to do is spend a small amount of money on a fresh coat of paint, a little landscaping, and maybe some nice wood fence designs to get that baby sold.

Many small business owners overlook the power of curb appeal when they want to attract traffic though. The idea of curb appeal is more important than ever, when it is just as easy (or easier) for consumers to buy everything they need online without ever leaving the comfort of their home. A business owner must create an outward look that consumers find appealing enough to make the effort to physically visit. A few key curb appeal factors include:
  1. Professional Sign Designs
    In o

New Pest Control Techniques To Keep Your Home Termite Free!

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Delray pest control, Household pest control tips, Termite control process

Rodent control methods
Are you a homeowner dealing with insect, rodent, or pest infestation problems? If so, you aren’t alone. Millions of homeowners all across the country are dealing with the same issue and are searching for ways to end it. The good news is that pest control services are there to help, and have focused new techniques to benefit you. Here are a few types of infestation problems that pest control solutions can help you with:
1. Termites - Every year in the United States over $2 billion is spent controlling or preventing termite infestations. Termite control f

Upkeeping Your A/C Unit

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Air conditioning installation, Create an ac maintenance, Heating repair tampa

Air conditioning services wesley chapel
Air conditioners are in two-thirds of all homes in the U.S. However, many of these homes could also benefit from regular maintenance, as only 42% of them utilize air conditioning services for maintenance annually. This is an issue, as not only does irregular maintenance of ACs lead to slow productivity, but it also can be a safety hazard. Between 2006 and 2010, poorly maintained AC and fan equipment led to over 2000 home structure fires.

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6 Ways to Ensure a Long Life for Your HVAC Equipment

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Air conditioner repair huntsville al, Air conditioning huntsville, Ductless air conditioner

Hvac repair
It is a common misconception that HVAC systems need the most attention during the summer. These systems are not only used in the summer but the winter also. In fact there are specific things that HVAC systems need during the cold months. In order to keep the system fully functioning and protected all year round, there are a few things that you can do.
  1. Keep the System Clean
    This one would seem fairly obvious but you would be surprised at how many people let their systems get dirty enough to be unusable. You don’t want to have to buy an entire new system simply

Commercial Plumbing Projects Can Require Major Time and Money Investments

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Plumbing company, Plumbing tampa fl, Tampa commercial plumber

Tampa drain cleaning
It was a rough start to the week. The storm that was significant enough to be named had started out in the by the Pacific Ocean, but by the time Kayla reached the midwest she had dumped a foot of snow in many places and included wind gusts as high as 60 miles an hour. Earlier in the week you had prepared for the storm by hitting the grocery store and gathering flashlights and batteries in case the high winds caused power outages. You also had several good books stacked by the fireplace. So while you were prepared for the four hour power outage that hit your neighborhood, you had not expected to wake up to no water two days after the storm.
Looking out the front window you noticed that two of your neighbors were out talking by the five foot high pile of snow that had been plowed to the center of the ro