3 Cheap, Temporary Fixes For Your Home's Cracked Windows

Posted on: 19 December 2014
If you have house windows that have several cracks in them, you may be planning to have the glass replaced. However, if the job cannot be completed in the near future, you may be searching for cheap, temporary fixes for the cracks. Below are simple repairs you can perform using items you already have or can easily find in a hardware or department store. Spread Clear Fingernail Polish Over The Cracks
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Is It Time To Replace The Wax Ring Under Your Toilet?

Posted on: 19 December 2014
The toilet is one of those appliances that nobody really thinks about until things start going wrong. If you notice a growing dark spot around the base of your toilet or it's leaking for no apparent reason, it may be time to replace the wax ring underneath it. Here are step by step instructions on how to complete this simple do-it-yourself project. Signs The Toilet Wax Ring Needs Replacing The toilet wax ring is a soft, flexible doughnut that seals the space between the base of the toilet and the drainpipe.
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3 Surprising Things That Can Interfere With Your Garage Door Function

Posted on: 19 December 2014
Most garage door problems are simple to spot and fix. If your garage door opener won't operate, but the button on the wall works, it's probably just your garage door opener's battery. If the garage door won't operate with either the remote or the hardwired button, then chances are that the power is disconnected or the motor needs to be repaired or replaced. But what if the door opens and closes on its own, or stops and reverses itself before lowering to the ground, or otherwise behaves unpredictably?
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