Teens And Abusive Exes: How Can You Protect Your Loved One and Home From Harm?

Posted on: 29 April 2016

If your teen becomes the target of an angry or abusive ex-boyfriend or girlfriend, you may want to do all you can to protect your loved one from that person. If the abusive ex threatens to break and enter your home to antagonize or harm your teen, contact a locksmith for services. A locksmith may offer a number of security systems to keep your loved one and home safe from the intruder, including security locks and camera systems.
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What To Expect From A Water Softener

Posted on: 4 April 2016

If you have noticed that your soap and shampoo doesn't lather as well as it should, or that your laundry looks dull and dingy, you may be wondering how to solve the problem. These are common signs that your water is "hard water" and contains high levels of magnesium and calcium. To correct the problem, you will need a water softener that removes the magnesium and calcium from your water. However, a water softener alone will not solve all your laundry and cleaning problems.
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Cleaning And Maintaining Your Silk Velvet Drapes

Posted on: 22 February 2016

From adding color and texture for decorative purposes to insulating your windows against the harsh temperatures of summer and winter, it is easy to see the importance of window treatments. While valances, blinds, and shutters are common options, opting for classic draperies in elegant fabrics is a great way to add personality to your home. Considering silk velvet was first used thousands of years ago in China and Egypt, using these elegant draperies is a choice that will stand the test of time.
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Install Hardwood Floors To Make A Smaller Home Appear Bigger

Posted on: 16 February 2016

Many retirees in Ohio are moving into smaller homes. The Columbus Dispatch reports that, over the next 15 years, 120,000 people in Central Ohio are expected to downsize their homes after they turn 65. That figure doesn't include seniors elsewhere in the state. If you're nearing retirement and live in Ohio, you may soon be purchasing a home that's smaller than your current one. You don't have to live in a home that looks small, though.
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