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What Gets Rid of Sugar Ants?

We have all seen them, had to clean them up, or had to get rid of them. Sugar ants seem to come out of nowhere in large swarms. Once a sugar ant infestation has occurred, it does not stop until the pest has been completely eradicated. Many families, particularly those with pets and small children, will want a safe and chemical-free way to eliminate their sugar ant infestation.

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How to Repair a Drywall Crack

Drywall cracks can occur for any number of reasons. Over the years homes begin to settle sometimes causing cracks around the corners of doors and windows or where columns support beams. Walls can even take a beating from moving furniture around or even by active children or guests. Drywall can be easily repaired with little skill. Using these simple steps, repairs can be made in just a couple of days leaving practically no evidence of damage.

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How to Trim Pocket Doors

Installing pocket doors for bathrooms and closets offers a space-saving way to hide doors when they are open.

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How to Install Crown Molding on an Angled Ceiling

Crown molding is a trim piece installed at the top of a wall where it meets the ceiling.

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How to Install CDX Plywood Sheeting

Plywood has a grading system allowing for its usage.

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Dust Mites Vs. Bed Bugs

Itchy bumps, sneezing--these problems may not be from a walk in the woods, but from what's in your bed.

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Homemade SIP Wall Panels

Structural insulated panels, or SIPs, are assembled easily on site, and perform well as an alternative form of construction.

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Deck Skirting Other Than Lattice Styles

Decks provide homeowners with a place to sit and relax or to entertain neighbors and guests.

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How to Use Plywood for Paneling

When it comes to applying a wood cover to a wall, most people choose wall paneling.

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Alternative Screen Doors to Keep Bugs Out

Screen doors let fresh air in and keep bugs and other similarly unwanted guests out, and homeowners have the option of installing any type of door they want or can afford.

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How to Get Rid of Glue

Glue has powerful adhesive qualities, making it an ideal substance for many household repairs, such as broken crockery and torn fabrics.