What You Should Know About Relocating An Old Chain Link Fence

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As a homeowner that’s just purchased a new property or one that would like to make adjustments to one that’s aging, you may be tempted to rip out an old chain link fence and start again. But if the fabric of the fence is good, the top rail is intact, or the posts are perfectly fine, you may want to consider having a contractor reuse some of your old materials instead of installing a new fence.…

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Locking Up Your Building Site: How A Locksmith's Skills Can Prevent Theft Of Materials And Equipment

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Construction site theft is a booming business for thieves. Some will steal lumber, some will take steel and metal, and the boldest thieves of all steal the heavy equipment. The wood can be used for just about anything, including keeping warm on a cold night by tossing it into a steel drum and setting it ablaze. The steel and metal are recyclable and bought by the pound, no questions asked. As for the heavy equipment, more shady deals go down, but the profits practically rival that of dealing drugs.…

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Top Ways To Save On Your Next Residential Propane Gas Delivery

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Once winter comes, your need for propane drastically increases. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to decrease the overall cost of your propane. This will leave you extra money for Christmas shopping, or a trip to the ski lodge.  Schedule Delivery in the Summer Although you may not be using the propane during the summer months, that is when the gas is sold for the cheapest amount. With demand being low at that time of year, you’ll save a bundle.…

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