How to get ready for a hurricane

If you live in hurricane-prone coastal areas ranging from Texas to Maine, covering your windows is one of your first lines of defense in preparing your home for a hurricane. Covering your windows will protect your home from flying debris and strong winds, which depending on the strength and severity of the hurricane, and cause extensive damage and even injury.

Many people ask themselves, “How can I prepare for a hurricane?”. Hurricane home preparation begins on the outside, and securing doors, windows, and other points of entry are a must. Accordion storm shutters are a cost-effective, hassle-free, and easy to use means of protecting your home and family.

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Sewer drain snake

These days everyone wants to be a do-it-yourselfer. There’s a certain feeling of accomplishment and self sufficiency that comes with upcycling materials into something usable again or gathering some beer caps to make a really cool new tabletop. The trouble with do-it-yourself projects is that many people take them a step too far and try to do serious repair projects in their homes, and one of the worst things you can do is to try and repair your own plumbing. Here’s some of the best plumbing advice you can get: do not do it yourself. Here are a few examples of when you need to leave your plumbing up to the professionals.

Leaky water faucets

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Home protection

Believe it or not, there are actually several different types of chain link fence types. The reason few people know this is because all chain link fence styles feature the standard woven framework fixed to anchored, iron stakes.

Though most think that chain link fences are less than aesthetic in comparison to other types of fencing, like a picket fence, but there are actually several different styles that can turn a stark looking fence into a gorgeous landscape addition.

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Galvanized steel chain

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