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How Sealcoating Protects Your Asphalt Driveway

If you want to maintain the rich color and smooth surface of your asphalt driveway, then you should have a sealcoat applied to it regularly over its lifespan. A sealcoat is a protective layer that keeps the asphalt from degrading, fading, and cracking. Here are a few things to know about sealcoating. Why Asphalt Deteriorates Your asphalt driveway will last a long time, but it will probably start to show signs of wear in a couple of years if you don't have sealcoating applied. Read More 

How To Spot 3 Plumbing Problems Before They Get Out Of Control

Because plumbing is out of sight in most residential spaces, it's also out of mind. Few people stop to appreciate how vital functioning plumbing is to daily life at home, and when things go awry, it can seem overwhelming. Thankfully, there are ways you can diagnose plumbing problems yourself before they get out of control, and tons of great plumbing services to meet even your most obscure plumbing needs. Keep reading to check out three plumbing related problems house and apartment dwellers can spot on their own. Read More 

3 Reasons To Plaster Your Pool Instead Of Painting It

Although your pool might have looked beautiful when it was first installed, there is a good chance that time, wear and tear, the elements and your pool chemicals have taken their toll over time. It's not uncommon for pool plaster to start peeling, cracking, chipping and otherwise becoming damaged over the years, and this damage can shorten the lifespan of your pool and make swimming a lot less pleasant. Many people choose to paint the inside of their pools when this happens, but hiring a pool repair company for pool plastering is a better idea in most cases. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Fiberglass Vs Steel Entry Doors

The fiberglass doors of yesteryear were inferior products that were impossible to paint or stain and fell apart quickly. Today's fiberglass doors are infinitely better quality and last much longer, but like any product, they do have their pros and cons. Steel, however, is the most popular material for doors, accounting for about 50% of the market. Before you make your choice, it's a good idea to compare the pros and cons of each type of door. Read More 

How To Fix A Leaking Shower Arm

If your shower leaks and you don't see drips from the faucet, it could be the shower arm. The shower arm is the pipe that runs the wall and connects to the shower head. Leaks from shower arms could be coming from the end running through the wall or the shower head end. Here are some tips on how to fix a leaking shower arm. Tighten the Shower Head Read More