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Use these must do autumn maintenance tips to keep your house in shape and help keep you warm this winter.

Regularly clean gutters and downspouts. Make sure all drainage areas are unblocked by leaves and debris. Consider installing gutter guards to make the job a lot easier.

Have your wood-burning fireplace inspected, cleaned and repaired to prevent chimney fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Trim dead branches out the trees to prevent them from coming down and causing damage in a winter storm.

Rake up the thick layers of leaves that settle on lawn surfaces. Large leaves in particular, especially when they get wet, can compact to the point where they suffocate the grass below and lead to all kinds of insect and disease problems

Pests love attics because they are full of nice warm insulation for nesting, and they offer easy access to the rest of the house. With gable vents that lead into the attic it is a good idea to install a screen behind them to keep those critters out.

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Do you want your back yard like this?

Remove your rubbish and decorate your back yard this summer!

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Give your home a new look in 2017 by replacing old cracked tiles with the new tiles that suit your home decorations.


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Home renovation tips

Whether you work with a general contractor or DIY getting a glimpse into the mind of a contractor can give you a new perspective into remodeling projects around your home.

How do you know if you're helping or hurting your project? Here are few tips that you can use to renovate your house in the most efficient way

1.Don't delay decisions.
If you want your remodel to go well, the best thing to do is make every single decision before work starts. A good builder can talk you through the list of situations that might come up on your job, but decisions about situations aren't usually what cause delays.

Instead, most of the issues are related to decisions about things like paint, trim and faucet selection. These may seem small, but when your faucet is two weeks late, plumbers have to be rescheduled and the medicine cabinet door hits the faucet when it's installed, you’ll see how something small can balloon into a week’s delay on a five-week project.

2. Don't change your mind (too much).
Even though it's inevitable that you'll change your mind about something on your project, know this: Every time you change your mind, it'll result in a change order. Although the change may seem minor, there are always added costs — even if it's only the time spent discussing the change.

3.Don't work without a contingency fund
If you find out that the work you wanted to do costs more than you expected or budgeted, you’re in good company. It’s almost unheard of that a person sets a realistic budget for a project. But don’t eat into your contingency to stretch the budget. If you follow rule number one and make every decision ahead of time, you can probably get away with a 5 percent contingency if you have a good general contractor.

4. Don't ignore what the house wants.
Though some people can pull off wearing a pair of high-top sneakers with a tuxedo, it can also go horribly wrong. Houses are the same way. Can an ultramodern kitchen in a Victorian brownstone work? Absolutely, but make sure you can pull it off. This is not to say a house can’t evolve with the times. There are no hard and fast rules — just get to know your house, live in it and do your research before you pull out the sledgehammer.

5.Don't work without a design. Some projects require an architect, some an interior designer, and sometimes a talented builder will get your aesthetic and help you come up with a good plan.

Whatever you do, don’t start a remodel without a detailed floor plan. A lot of elements interact in a space — put them all on paper and you’ll catch problems before they are built. You may be able to build a functional space without a plan, but if you want a functional and beautiful space, hire a designer.

6. Always calculate the budget for the fit in
Most people only calculate the budget for new stuffs they're gonna put inside their house and not thinking about the cost of removing the old stuffs, the preparation and the disposal of the rubbish

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Dont leave your rubbish lying around for too long.
Get it done now!
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Carpet recyling
There are many different kinds of carpet and nearly all are recyclable. Depending on the face fiber, carpet can be broken down and used to make a new product. To recycle carpet used in your home, your dealer is a good place to start to find local solutions. Some companies will pick up your carpet, but only if you live close to their facility.

Can carpet be thrown in curbside trash?
Technically, carpet can be thrown away in the garbage. However, because it is generally thrown out in such large amounts, it may not be accepted in your curbside trash can. You may need to wait for bulk pick-up days or bring your carpet to a designated drop-off.

Is carpet collected for donation?
While your heart might be in the right place, used carpet cannot typically be donated due to health concerns. If you’re tearing up old flooring, recycling is a better decision.

However, new or unused carpet can be donated to local charities, especially those specializing in building or home restoration. Jump to the locator for local options.

Can carpet and carpet padding be recycled together?
Many companies that recycle carpet also take carpet padding. Carpet padding is recycled separately from carpet, however, so it’s best to double-check that both are accepted by the program you choose to use to recycle your carpet.

When you recycle carpet, what is it turned into?
Recycled carpet is typically turned back into plastic resin to be used to create other products. It can also become new carpet, in the form of fiber or backing.

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