Three Things You Should Know About Water Damage

Posted on: 20 June 2017
As a homeowner, water damage occurring in your home is never something you want to have to face. This is because water can cause extensive damage and require a thorough restoration process that can take quite a bit of time to complete. However, if you do have to deal with water damage in your home at some point, here are three things you should know: Flood Damage is Different in the Eyes of Your Insurance: When you file a claim for the water damage in your home, you need to know what kind of flooding you are dealing with.
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3 Things To Look For When Replacing A Door In A Rental Property

Posted on: 15 June 2017
There are a number of reasons why you might be interested in replacing the front door to a rental property that you own. From it being simply worn down from years of having tenants living there to damage from a door break in-or other issue, it's important that you take your time when selecting a new door to be installed. Instead of rushing into replacing the door without much of a plan besides the desired look, you should look into which features make the most sense for a rental property and what features will be a good investment in the years to come.
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Buying A Home Warranty On A Modular Home? Why You Should Read The Fine Print

Posted on: 10 June 2017
A home warranty is not the same as insurance. Some people get the two confused. If you are buying a modular home, for example, and you are offered a home warranty, the home warranty should not be used in lieu of a homeowner's insurance. Read the fine print before you buy the warranty, too. Here is why. Pre-Fabricated Modular Homes May Have Factory Defects The reason why trailer home and modular home manufacturers offer an optional home warranty is that these homes are pre-fabricated in a factory.
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Four Factors To Consider When Building A Wooden Fence For Your Horse Pasture

Posted on: 5 June 2017
As a horse owner, you probably already spend a lot of time worrying about your animals' welfare. You don't want to spend every moment that they're turned out hoping that your fence keeps them properly enclosed and protects them from injuries. If the time has come to build a new pasture fence--and you have your heart set on a wooden fence--it's important to put some deep thought and planning into your fence construction project from the get-go.
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