How adding insulation to your automated garage doors increases energy efficiency

Posted on: 30 April 2018

Automated garage doors are the epitome of convenience for many homeowners. They provide flexibility for you to control garage access without physically opening/closing the door yourself. You can also control access from remote locations through mobile applications and sensors that are tied to the operation of the door. To take your automated doors one step further, consider adding insulation to the garage door material. Insulation involves sealing any open spaces that may be present between the door and the surrounding wall, as well as strengthening the door itself to prevent air from leaking through.
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Reasons to Consider Skylight Installation in Your Home

Posted on: 29 March 2018

Many homeowners consider skylights a decorative element in the home, rather than a requirement. This assumption may stem from the fact that skylights were typically installed in mansions and elite residences, making them a rare find in an average home. However, in recent years, skylights have gradually seen an increase in popularity as homeowners become interested in interior design rather than merely leaving all architectural elements of their home up to their contractors.
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Tips for Selecting High Quality Marine Transport Services

Posted on: 1 March 2018

When dealing with marine equipment on land, you need a service provider who is capable of safely handling and transporting these machines. Boats, skis and other aquatic equipment often require special processes that will not damage the equipment during transportation. This is even more important when transporting the equipment across long distances, such as during interstate transportation. To ensure that your marine equipment is handled safely, it is important to work with quality marine transport service providers.
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In What Circumstances Would a Property Owner Need a Title Re-Establishment Survey?

Posted on: 10 January 2018

A title re-establishment survey is done to define the exact location of legal boundaries to a piece of land. The survey reinforces a boundary's location and takes into consideration all critical survey information including other surveys registered near the property in question, building corners, fences and other structures. The following are circumstances when a title re-establishment survey may be needed. Installing fences Accurate information on boundaries is essential when installing fences that mark property boundaries.
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