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The Definitive Contractor’s Guide to Google AdWords: What, How, and Why

The world of internet marketing can be an extremely challenging one to navigate, especially for a contractor focused on the actual jobs at hand. But services like Google AdWords can offer a strong return on investment, and a powerful insight into how potential customers approach the contractor search. Our friends at Contractor Dynamics have written …

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$1000 Scholarship Available for Students Pursuing Careers in Skilled Trades

Are you currently attending, or plan to attend, a college, university, or trade school with the intention of pursuing a career in a field service industry? Know someone who is? Well, we have some good news: a $1000 scholarship is being offered by My Service Depot for the 2017 Spring and Fall semesters!

The company, …

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GE Appliances Recalls Top-Loading Clothes Washers Due to Fire Hazard

September 15, 2016

Name of product: GE Profile™ top-loading clothes washers

Hazard: An electrical component in the washers can overheat, posing a fire hazard.

Remedy: Consumers should immediately unplug and stop using the recalled washers and contact GE Appliances for a free repair.

Consumer Contact: GE Appliances toll-free at 877-830-9732 between 8 a.m. and 5 …

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What's an Escutcheon?

An escutcheon (pronounced ‘ess-kutch-on’) is the (typically) metal bit that hides the ugly hole in the wall that the pipes come through. Some people call them flanges or cover plates. You can find escutcheons on the wall (or ceiling) around your shower arm, under your sink where the faucet supplies emerge, and by …

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I Think I Have A Leak...

So you think you have a leak. Maybe it’s obvious, maybe it isn’t. Are you just being paranoid? Let’s try to find out.

If you’ve noticed disturbed dust patterns that look suspiciously like a dirty car after the rain has dried, we would agree that there’s been water disturbing that dust at some point. Whether …

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