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Live On A Dirt Path? Here’s How To Minimize Dust

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Living on a dirt path can have its benefits, but one thing that you might not love is all of the dust. It can cause your car to stay dirty, can cause you to track dirt into your home and can cause other problems, but there are ways that you can help suppress this dust. Follow these tips, and you’re sure to see a difference without having to worry about paving the dirt path that leads to your home. Keep it Damp When your dirt path becomes really dry, it will be more likely to produce dust. Therefore, during particularly dry periods, it’s a good idea to add a little bit of water. You can turn on a sprinkler for a little while, or you can apply a little bit of water with a water hose. You don’t need...

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It’s A Twister! How To Protect Your Home From Tornado Damage

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

People who live in a tornado zone for most of their lives generally know how to avoid the damage and destruction these storms can cause. Newcomers to the area or those who just purchased their first home, however, may need a little help when it comes to protecting their home and valuables from these notorious twisters. Here are some things you can do to keep your stuff safe. Use Shutters Homes in hurricane areas usually have real shutters on the windows. These are valuable assets in tornado areas, too. Boarding up your windows is a great way to keep the glass panes intact throughout a dangerous storm. Remove Trees Large trees provide ample shade and other benefits, but they’re also dangerous during a tornado. If wind speeds get too high, tree limbs and even whole trees may come toppling...

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