Ways To Enhance Your Below Ground Pool Without Buying A New One

Posted on: 19 September 2015

When you have a below ground pool that is looks dull or outdated, it can be tempting to replace it. Instead of replacing it, you can make some changes to the area, which will reduce the amount of work needed to enhance the overall look of your pool and its surroundings. Resurface the Pool's Interior The first area to consider is the inside of the pool. This area deals with constant exposure to chlorinated water and it can develop cracks over the years.
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Tips For Keeping Algae Stains Off Your New Roof

Posted on: 2 September 2015

If your old roof was covered with dark algae stains that made it look dirty, then you'll want to take steps to keep algae off your new roof. If you haven't had your new roof installed yet, ask a contractor (such as one from D.S. Bahr Construction, Inc.) about using shingles that are treated to prevent the growth of algae. If your new roof is already on, here are a few things you can do to keep your roof free from algae streaks and stains.
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Thermoplastic Polyolefin Roofing: Why Choose It For Your Chocolate Store And Bakery?

Posted on: 26 August 2015

If you want a better way to protect your baked goods and delicate chocolates from heat and cold damage all year round, speak to your commercial roofing contractor about thermoplastic polyolefin roofing. Thermoplastic polyolefin roofing (TPO) has advanced heat-reflective and other properties that may also reduce your seasonal energy costs and prevent damage in your ingredients and products. Here's what TPO roofing is and how it benefits your chocolate store and bakery.
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How To Paint Over Your Laminate Countertops

Posted on: 20 August 2015

Remodeling your kitchen can get expensive, especially if you are looking for a complete overhaul of your kitchen. You can save a little bit of money on your remodel by painting over your ugly laminate countertop. This should only be done if your countertop is still in good condition, meaning it is not chipped or peeling anywhere. See below for instructions on how to paint over your laminate countertops using a stone finish.
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