Fixing up Your Home

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After you have lived in the same house or apartment for a while, you will notice that time will take its toll on it. The walls will start to peel, there will be leaks in the roof, the floorboards or carpet might start to come out and your garage door may also not open as easily as it once used to. There is only so much of your house that can fall apart before you decide you need to take action. Outside of calling a roofing, gutter, and siding pro like Tredent Contracting to come get things back in order, here are a couple of tips on how to fix up your home:

1. Carpets or floorboards
If your carpet is starting to bunch up in areas, it may be time to remove it altogether and get new carpets for your entire home. It is recommended that you change your carpets every 3-5 years, as stains start to appear and dust starts to build up that cannot be removed by vacuuming or scrubbing. If it has been a while since you have changed carpets then this is your solution. If you have some handiwork experience, and do not want to change your carpet, you might be able to get away with just lifting one corner of the carpet, straightening it all out and then gluing it back down. If you have floorboards that are starting to fall apart and look old and withered, then you have to get new ones. If by chance they just look worn out, but are not too old, you can get away with getting a professional to polish them.

2. Garage door
You park your car, or multiple cars in and out of the garage several times a day on a daily basis, so it comes as no surprise that after a while it may not work as well as it used to. It may start to make weird sounds, or it might shake, or it might take a longer time to open and close, or it might even just simply not work anymore. There can be multiple issues with the garage door that can be easily solved at home such as if all it needs is a bit of oil on the sliding mechanism, you can do that at home in a matter of minutes. However, if there are some serious problems with the mechanics of the garage door you may not be able to fix that yourself, unless of course you have experience in that area of expertise. If at any point you need garage door parts you can visit your local Lowes, Home Hardware or Home Depot for a variety of parts such as sliding door operators or garage door springs and any and all of your needs.

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