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Maintaining Your New Faux Ivy Privacy Screen

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Congratulations on the purchase of your new faux ivy privacy screen, from a location like EZ-Ivy. With proper care and maintenance your ivy screen can provide many years of beauty and seclusion on your property. The following tips will help you maintain your screen. Use the Right Fence Because faux ivy privacy screens are not a standalone product and do not have the ability to stand upright on their own, an important part of maintaining your faux ivy screen is maintaining the fence that supports it. Read More»

Testing The Safety Features On Your Garage Door

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Your garage door comes with several safety features to prevent serious injury during the normal operation of the door or should something fail. These should be tested periodically to make sure they are working correctly. They are easy to test and something that you can do yourself. Here are the steps for testing these built-in safety mechanisms. Garage Door Spring Safety Cable The springs on your garage door are under high tension. Read More»

4 Reasons You May Prefer Cremation

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Cremation involves exposing the remains of a person to high temperatures to convert his or her body to mineral-based ash. This form of body preparation usually costs only a fraction of the cost involved with the traditional embalming process. In addition, cremation does not require an expensive casket or a cemetery plot. Still, there are reasons beyond the price that people choose cremation. Here are a few of them: Preservation of Memories Read More»

How The Bail Process Gets You Out Of Jail And Back Home Quickly

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If you’ve been charged with a crime, you may find yourself sitting in a jail until a judge holds a hearing on your case. A backlog of cases in the justice system can keep you there for weeks. This is why the bail process was created. By posting bail, you can be back home quickly while waiting for news of your hearing. Here is how this process works and why the bail bond concept developed out of it. Read More»

What Does It Mean When Your Air Conditioner Smells Bad?

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Air conditioning units are designed to run as autonomously as possible, requiring only a few brief episodes of maintenance every year. But when something does go wrong, you may notice the side-effects quickly. Foul odors from a running air conditioning system typically indicate a problem that needs to be resolved quickly, and the type of smell you experience may help you pinpoint the precise issue. If your air conditioning unit doesn’t smell quite right, run through these possible solutions, based on the scent in question. Read More»