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Owning a home with a pool takes a lot of work. You need to make sure that the water in the pool is clean and that the area around the pool does not become overgrown with shrubs, grass, and other plants that could send debris into the pool, clogging the drains. Regular maintenance of the pool is important if you want to enjoy the refreshing water during the warm summer months.

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Owning a commercial property takes a lot of time, effort and commitment from you and the staff you employ. Whether you own a commercial residence, such as a hotel or apartment complex, or office space, you will want to make sure the cleaning crew has the right commercial cleaning supplies. When the cleaning crew is not properly equipped, they are put at a disadvantage from the start. Giving them the proper tools for the job makes their job easier and ensures that their work will be of high quality.

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Performing home repairs is a right of passage for every homeowner. A common repair is replacing the caulk around your windows. This is a project that should be done when the weather is mild so the caulk dries properly. Don’t wait until you feel cold air coming into your home around windows because applying caulk in the winter is not effective.

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We take great pride in offering a collection of adhesives that makes it easy for any commercial or personal job. However, with so many different adhesives to choose from, it can sometimes become difficult to know which adhesive will get the job done in the most practical and affordable way. Today, we will take a look at different adhesives and when to use them as well as when it may be best to utilize a specialty adhesive.

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After a long, cold winter, we officially welcome in the sunshine and warmth that spring has ushered in. It’s time to put away the shovels and overcoats and pick up the hammers and to-do lists. Spring is synonymous with renewal, a time for a fresh start. What better way to celebrate the spirit of spring than with a little spring cleaning and home maintenance? The dark winter days were great for hiding the dead grass and cluttered gutters, but now, the sunshine shows every piece of dirty siding and dead broken window panes that we probably had forgotten. As we dig our feet into spring, it’s time to roll up our sleeves and tackle some necessary spring home maintenance.

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We take great pleasure in providing our customers with every essential product their business needs in their commercial industry supply. It’s why we offer such a wide selection in one convenient location.  One of the best aspects of having so many different supplies in a single location is we can help customers who are dealing with building or plumbing code violations. This post will hit on some of the most common codes that are violated and how our products can help bring your business back up to code.

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With Winter on the horizon, it's time to start prepping your home. Some fixes are a little obvious while others may go overlooked. Avoid unnecessary repair costs with this thorough and simple guide to helping you winterize your outdoor faucets.

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Whether you are in the house flipping business or simply looking to increase the value of your home, we have the commercial industry supplies that can help. We work with the highest quality brands in the industry to bring you the best products at the best prices. Let’s take a look at different ways you can increase the value of your home without breaking the bank.

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Every homeowner needs smoke detectors, but there are more varieties than ever before. Do you need a carbon monoxide detector, another special detector, or will a regular one do the job? The answer depends on your home. Here are the three main kinds of smoke detectors/gas detectors and when you need each one. 

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When managing a large building that sees a lot of traffic, you'll need to ensure that the space remains physically inhabitable. This means getting inspections and maintaining the integral structure of the building, and plumbing is key to that. Aside from simply ensuring periodically that everything is working correctly, you'll need supplies on hand to minimize the damage when something does go wrong. Here are three locations that need to have plumbing supplies on hand, as well as staff members who know how to use them. 

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