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  • Nov 02 2016 Protect your pet from Coyotes

    Deter coyotes from attacking your pets with Spike Bite. This protective harness has embedded metal spikes within it's colorful pads to deter the bite. There is not other product like it on the market, it can be worn all day, and it is safe to touch. Save your pets life with this wonderful invention. For more infomation please visit www.spikebite.com

     

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  • Nov 12 2014 3 Reasons to Remodel During Winter
    As a Minneapolis contractor, I am constantly faced with a problem that dangerously affects
    my quality of life. Okay, that may be a slight overstatement; however, I am writing this post
    to help contractors and homeowners come to an agreement about when to schedule upcoming
    remodeling projects. The pattern is always the same- I wish I had more work in the winter
    months and as soon as the snow melts I hardly have time to breathe until it returns. Summer
    is the busy season in the construction industry. However, the problem is that homeowners and
    contractors alike want to have time for fun in the summer. Because of this, I have compiled a list
    encouraging homeowners and contractors to execute remodeling projects in the winter months.

    1. The Weather

    Many people avoid scheduling projects in the winter because they assume construction workers
    dislike working in the cold weather and will turn out a better product if the weather is nice. This
    mostly applies to outdoor projects; however, customers seem concerned for my health even if I
    am only cutting wood outside during a Bathroom Remodeling project in winter. I am here to tell
    you that many people I work with, including myself, actually prefer working in the cold weather
    as opposed to the oppressive heat experienced in the summer. Working physically is actually
    much more dangerous on a 90 degree day versus... read more
  • Jul 11 2014 How you can benefit from installing energy efficient windows

    Homes leak more energy through the windows than anywhere else, even when the windows are securely closed. This is because many homes have older windows, single pane windows or spaces in between the window pane and the glass. During the summer, the cool air conditioning goes right outside through these inadequacies in your windows and allows warm air to seep in, forcing you to crank up the AC even higher for a costly energy bill, wear on your AC unit, and a negative carbon footprint. You can benefit from installing energy efficient windows by preventing energy leaks and keeping cool air in and hot air out for a more comfortable home.

     

    Energy savings

    The most obvious benefit to installing energy efficient windows is the energy savings you’ll enjoy for many years. Depending on the size of your house, where you live and your lifestyle, you could be spending hundreds of dollars a year heating and cooling your home, adding up to thousands of dollars within just a few years. Energy Star estimates that energy efficient windows can reduce your heating and cooling costs by as much as $465 in one year, based on current energy costs. The cost of energy has been steadily going up over the years, and as our climate becomes warmer our demand for resources isn’t going away. Rather than staying stuck in the cycle of paying to heat and cool your home, then paying even more the next year, and so on, reduce your dependency on high energy costs with energy efficient windows.

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