4 Things That Can Cause Frost On The Inside Of Your Windshield & What To Do About Them
22 October 2015
If your winter mornings are delayed by frost on the inside of your windshield, you may be wondering what could be causing the problem. Frost can accumulate on the inside of your windshield for a number of reasons. Frost is just frozen condensation, which is caused by too much moisture inside your vehicle. So where does the moisture come from? Here's what can be causing the problem and how to fix it.
Building Your Dream Dock: What You Need To Know
7 October 2015
You've finally purchased your dream home -- that little parcel of land that borders the local lake -- and you can't wait to sit out on the back deck and enjoy the scenic view. But just looking at the lake is only half the fun. You bought waterfront property for a reason: you wanted to spend time on the lake as well as beside it. This is where a specialist in marine construction can step in and answer both your prayers and any questions you have regarding that dock you plan to have built.
The Skylight Debate: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself When Considering Skylights
22 September 2015
If you need to get your roof repaired or replaced, you may find yourself considering adding a few upgrades to your home. Skylights allow natural sunlight into your home, which can brighten it and help prevent seasonal affective disorder during the dreary winter months. However, before you order a skylight installation kit, you should consult with your contractor about the way skylights will affect your overall life.
Are you prepared for extra cleaning and maintenance?
Dear Rapunzel: Three Ways To Remove Your Golden Hair Out Of The Drain
25 August 2015
Congratulations are in order for growing your hair to a length rivalling Rapunzel; it is certainly an achievement to be proud of. The only minor downside to having such luscious locks is that every person loses between 50 and 100 strands of hair each day, and some of these are going down your drains when you shower. So what's a girl to do when the water starts draining slowly enough to alert you there's a drain blockage going on?