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You Have Enough To Deal With This Winter — Let A Professional Deal With Ants

You Have Enough To Deal With This Winter — Let A Professional Deal With Ants

Wintertime is often a busy period for people in the GTA, especially when you consider the holidays, dealing with your work schedule, home and family responsibilities, and everything else. It can be exhausting. The last thing anyone needs is to find ants or other pests in their home. This brings us to the subject of

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How to Budget for Moving Expenses

Moving to a new home is not only time consuming and stressful, it can also be quite expensive. Whether you’re moving across town or relocating to a different state, moving expenses can add up fast. Here are some tips that will help you plan and budget your finances for your upcoming move. Plan and Budget

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How to Safely Spray Paint a Vehicle

When it’s time for your car or truck to get a new paint job, you have two basic choices. Either you can take it to an auto body shop to have a professional paint job done or you can do it yourself. In recent years, most likely due to the recession, more and more people

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The Garage Door Isn’t Closing Fully!

Oftentimes, home owners realize that their garage door isn’t closing fully. This is a common complaint from many home garage owners, so let’s find out why this is happening. Here are some of the commonest causes. Obstructing objects in between the sensor’s beam Objects blocking the beam from the sensor are some of the commonest

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Earthlodge: The Original Sod Home

I read an interesting article on the “earthlodges” of Native Americans in the Dakotas the other day. I’d learned early in my life when the family moved from New York to “Indian Territory” – Oklahoma – that not all Native Americans lived in those portable teepee tents so prevalent on the plains. I knew the

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