3 Ways To Transform Your Home With Limestone

Posted on: 21 October 2020

Natural Beauty Limestone is a naturally-occurring rock that forms in the ocean from the carbonate shells and skeletons of marine animals. Limestone was used as a building material in many of the great architectural pieces throughout history. The Sphinx, Great Pyramid, Lincoln Memorial, and even the Empire State Building were made using limestone. The natural beauty of limestone has long been admired and you too can incorporate this natural stone in your home. Here are three ways that you can use Limestone on your property.
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How To Install A Glass Block Basement Window

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Glass block is a great window material choice, as it allows plenty of light into your basement, while preventing anyone from seeing in. It's also durable and easy to maintain. You can install this type of window yourself if you're a little handy using glass block panels. See below for instructions on how to install a glass block window for your basement. Tools For The Job: Glass block panel (in the size of your window) Hammer Pry bar Caulk and caulk gun Level Ladder Tape Measure Mortar Trowel Shims Protective eye wear and gloves Instructions:
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5 Questions Property Managers Should Ask Tenants With Bad Credit

Posted on: 7 November 2016

Many property management companies have specific criteria that potential tenants must meet when they want to rent an apartment or house. Oftentimes people with bad credit are automatically denied the opportunities that people with good credit have. The problem with this is that both the landlord and the aspiring tenant may miss out on a great situation because of the unfortunate credit history. Instead, if you're a property manager, you may want to ask these five questions to learn more about why the person has bad credit.
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3 Ways To Soundproof Your Home From Outside Noise

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Noisy neighbors, street traffic, and other outside disturbances can make it difficult to stay in your home. Unless you are prepared to move, the best option is to take steps to soundproof your home. Here are some ways you can lower the noise levels inside your home.   Update Your Home's Windows Your windows can not only allow air to leak in and out of your home, but they can also allow in noise from outside.
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