A Living Room Decorating Guide For Dachshund Lovers

Dachshunds, commonly referred to as wiener dogs, are beloved dogs that many families own. When you own a dachshund, the love for the dog often goes beyond the daily walks and petting. If you adore your dachshund then there are a lot of living room decorating options for both style and the health of the dog. Consider implementing all of these decorating tips into your current living room set-up. Living Room Furniture

Is There A Hidden Leak In Your Home? 7 Signs Of A Concealed Leak

Hidden leaks above ceilings, under floors, in walls, or in other concealed areas can result in significant damage and costly repairs. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 10 percent of homes have leaks that waste more than 90 gallons of water or more a day. If you suspect that you have a hidden leak in your home, it's vital to find and repair it immediately. Here you'll find some signs that could indicate a possible plumbing leak.

2 Ways To Help Your Exterminator Be More Effective

If you are like most people, you probably don't enjoy hunting down spiders, rodents, and creepy-looking beetles, and decide to leave the exterminating to the professionals. Instead of sticking around to watch how your problem is treated, many people skip off to the mall or go out to lunch, leaving their exterminator to fend for themselves. Unfortunately, getting rid of bugs should be a joint effort between you and your pest control specialist, like one from Cavanaugh's Professional Termite & Pest Services.

Moving Into Snow Country? Here Are Some Things To Consider

Moving cross country is always difficult, but moving from a warmer climate to somewhere where snow is commonplace adds a whole new level of complexity to your move. There are several things you need to plan for in order to get ready for your first "real" winter. Move When the Weather is Mild Of course you don't want to move in January or February, this gives you no time to prep for winter.

How To Prepare A Broken Wood Framed Window For Replacement Glass

Did one of your children put a baseball through the kitchen window again? While you are waiting for the glass repairer to arrive, you can remove the existing glass. Not only will this make the installation process faster, but it could save you some money on the repair bill. You Will Need: A small drop cloth A thick pair of work gloves A cardboard box for the broken glass A wood chisel A putty knife A heat gun Medium grade sandpaper A small tin of linseed oil A paintbrush All of these items can be purchased at your closest home hardware store.