Archive for October, 2015

    3 Common Garage Door Problems That Require Professional Maintenance and Repairs

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Garage door jammed, Garage door openers st louis, St louis mo garage door repair

    Garage door repair st charles

    Fixing a garage door is one of those things that is best left to the professionals. Trying to turn your garage door repair into a “DIY” project can often make things worse, and your garage door is too valuable of an investment to risk doing further damage.

    When you start to notice some garage door problems, it’s time to call in the pros and figure out exactly what the issue is. Often times, even a small sound or unnatural movement could be indicative of serious problems that will continue to worsen if left as is. Especially with winter on the horizon, you need to make sure that your garage door is in the best condition possible. Here are three common garage door problems in which you need to seek professional garage door repair services:

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    Bring Your Home Up to Date with Modern Furniture

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Uncategorized

    modern furniture Your home is fantastic, you love living there, but it’s time for a sprucing, a redo, a facelift, if you will. Why not make it even more beautiful than it already is with modern home furniture?

    “Modern furniture,” influenced by the modernist style, refers to furniture produced from the late 19th century until today. The modernism movement in art and design rejects realism and traditional values while embracing discontinuity, disruption and the unexpected. The modernists of the 20th century’s approach to art, design, music and culture can be characterized as embracing revolution vs evolution.

    The American Arts & Crafts movement and the Bauhaus, originating in Germany, were two of the earliest schools of modern furniture design. Rather than being heavy, ostentatious or ornately decorated, modernist furniture is characterized by straight, clean lines and simple fabrics. Let the light in your home and your beautiful wood floors work in harmony with modern and contemporary furniture.

    Nothing beats a great chair.
    Let’s be glad we live in the present, because in medieval times, chairs were primarily used by nobles or those of the upper classes of society, often in the form of thrones. The lower classes merely sat on the floor or balanced on backless stools. In fact, the term “Chairman” comes from the fact that only the most important people were high enough status to get a chair. Can you imagine not having a place to sit? Well, with all of today’s choices, from luxury contemporary furniture (probably what those nobles would have sat upon) to more inexpensive modern furniture, there’s a seat at the table for everyone.

    But what about a terrific couch?
    The word “couch” comes from an Old French term which meant, “to recline,” because originally, a couch was more like a daybed or a chez — a place on which to comfortably recline. Other terms you’ll hear substituted for couch are “divan,” “davenport,” and “Chesterfield.”

    The idea of the living room as we know it today came about in 1691, when Charles Augustin d’Aviler drew a distinction between a home’s more formal spaces and those that were “le plus habité” — literally those most lived in — in the pages of the first edition of an architectural manual called “Lessons of Architecture.”

    Don’t forget a good, solid table.
    Some of the earliest known tables were made and used by the ancient Egyptians, but they were just basic stone platforms, raised to keep items (like food) off of the floor. Moving forward in time, the ancient Greeks and Romans were the first to use tables for dining — in Greece, theses tables were early trundles, constructed to be hidden under a bed when not being used.

    So you’ve made the decision, you’re ready to meet with you interior decorator, the only question to ask now is, “Where can I buy modern furniture?”

    Are You Qualified For A New Fence?

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Backyard recreation, Fencing for tennis courts, Residential railings northern va

    Fencing commercial

    Based on your desire to have some nice new backyard fences, you may assume you are within your rights to select fence choices from your local fence installation companies. Not so fast! Fencing a baseball diamond or fencing a pool might be par for the course for commercial fence contractors, but your own place of residence might not be quite so eligible.
    Although there are over 270,000 people working for close to 100,000 fence-related businesses in America, not everyone can attain backyard fences quite so easily. The fencing industry doesn