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  • How to Remove Stains and Water Damage on Wood Floors
    on Oct 3, 2014 in Home Improvement
      By Lauren Caster for The Workbench Life Wood floors are wonderful things. They’re beautiful, natural, have great acoustic qualities and add a great feel to your home. They’re also easy to keep clean -- for the most part. A stubborn stai...
  • Plumbing Gadgets of the Future
    on Sep 8, 2014 in Home Improvement
    By Lauren Caster for The Workbench Life At the 1933-34 World Fair in Chicago, the “toilet of the future” boasted a “2 1/2 inch passageway, larger than any other one-piece toilet!” That was probably pretty impressive at the time, but the real...
  • Customer Retention!
    on Sep 2, 2014 in Home Improvement
    Getting a new customer expends an enormous amount of energy and time, but to keep a customer well, that can be a tricky thing. We as contractors need to have continued interactions with our customers to keep them informed about our latest news or jus...
  • Important Points To Keep In Mind When Shopping For Replacement Windows
    on Aug 14, 2014 in Home Improvement
    Whether to beautify your home, improve its overall performance or boost its market value; getting replacement windows will have you spending a considerable amount of money regardless of your purpose for getting them. However, when you carefully plan...
  • Foundation Damage: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
    on Aug 13, 2014 in Home Improvement
      By Robert Ferguson for The Workbench Life A firm foundation truly is the most important part of any home. It supports the weight of your house, and is a vital component to its overall integrity. If the foundation fails, you can be sure ther...
  • All Hands on Deck
    on Jul 16, 2014 in Home Improvement
    By Ron Marr for The Workbench Life While it’s not as easy as building a birdhouse, the thought of building your own deck need not lead to a panic attack. A simple, free-standing square deck for the backyard -- a place to grill and chill -- can be c...
  • 10-Minute Home Repairs
    on Jun 25, 2014 in Home Improvement
    By Ron Geraci for The Workbench Life If the title made you smirk, you’re probably a veteran do-it-yourselfer. You know that most home repairs touted as 10-minute jobs can easily take three times that given Murphy’s Law. The following 10 micro-pro...
  • How to Build a Shed in Time for Spring
    on Apr 3, 2014 in Home Improvement
    By Robert Ferguson for The Workbench Life Jump-start your spring cleaning by building a simple shed to help reduce household clutter. This small, do-it-yourself project is an inexpensive option for your storage needs. Keep in mind: the larger the she...
  • Tuning up your Power Equipment for Spring
    on Mar 11, 2014 in Garage
      By Ron Marr for The Workbench Life Even though winter hasn’t totally given way to tulips and leafy green trees yet, March weather is still better than the pipe-bursting, sky-high-heating-bill-inducing elements of January and February. After...
  • Garage Heaters That Knockout the Cold
    on Feb 4, 2014 in Garage
    By Ron Geraci for The Workbench Life “Warm and comfy” probably doesn’t describe your garage. But if you find yourself working in there on a regular basis, why shiver in the cold? Installing heating systems in garages can give reliable, comforta...
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