3 Things To Consider When Investing In A Custom Fiberglass Pool

Posted on: 15 June 2016

Having a swimming pool on your property makes it easier for family and friends to enjoy watersports when the weather is nice. If you are thinking of investing in a custom fiberglass pool, there are some important considerations that must be kept in mind to ensure that you are satisfied with your final purchase. Here are three things to pay attention to as you shop for a custom fiberglass pool in the future.
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What Factors To Consider When Renting Scaffolding

Posted on: 27 May 2016

If you are looking to paint a tall building, you may be looking at renting scaffolding. Scaffolding gives you a sturdy foundation on which you can stand to complete projects that are higher than a ladder would reach and/or which necessitate more stability than a ladder would give. However, there are different types of scaffolding. Knowing what factors to consider when you are looking to rent this construction item will help you find the type that is ideal for your project.
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Seven Signs You Have Deadly Black Mold (And What To Do About It)

Posted on: 11 May 2016

Mold spores travel through the air, land on surfaces, and that's where they grow.  Mold can be greenish, white, gray, brown, or black depending on the species. Not all black molds are toxic.  However, there is a species of mold, Stachybotrys atra, commonly called black mold, which is highly toxic. It is important to recognize the signs and symptoms of exposure to black mold because of its high toxicity and possibility of permanent health damage.
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Tracking Down Not-So-Obvious Signs Of Foundation Problems In A Home As A Buyer

Posted on: 25 April 2016

Buying a home could potentially be one of the biggest investments you ever make. Therefore, when you are in the shopping process, it will be important that you know about any flaws before you make an offer. Even though foundation problems can usually be fixed, this is definitely one problem that you will want to know about before taking on the financial responsibility of a new home. You may assume that foundation problems would be easy to finger, but that is not always the case.
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