Understanding Why Automotive Transponder Key Replacement Is Expensive

Posted on: 28 November 2016

If you have a newer car and lose your key, then you may be surprised to learn that a new key can cost as much as $350. This cost does depend on the type of locking system that your car currently has. Some of the most expensive keys are called transponder keys, and these will generally cost one to several hundred dollars to replace. If you want to know why the costs are so high, then keep reading.
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Scream & Shout & Scare Those Pests Out: 3 Audible Solutions to Get Rid of Home Invaders

Posted on: 28 July 2016

Keeping pests away from your home doesn't always mean that you have to eliminate the problem by killing the animals off. Instead of using poison or traps, you can seek humane options that keep the pests off of your property and deter them from returning to your home. One way to focus on pest control for your home is by using sound solutions. Pest control companies have plenty of different options when it comes to using sound devices to help ward off insects and animals.
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Three Tips For Preventing Your Emergency Generator's Fuel Supply From Causing Breakdowns

Posted on: 30 May 2016

Although there are many maintenance issues that can potentially develop with your emergency generator, a unit that sits still for a long time between uses is particularly vulnerable to breakdowns caused by its fuel supply. Fortunately, in contrast to problems with an electric starter or another part that tends to break down through constant overuse, fuel is a relatively simple and easy resource to manage. Use these three tips to prevent your emergency generator's fuel supply from causing breakdowns.
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4 Things Your Hardwood Floor Would Tell You If It Could Talk

Posted on: 2 July 2014

Hardwood flooring is a durable option that looks incredible. According to a study by the National Association of Home Builders, hardwood floors can last a lifetime. Unfortunately, some people don't treat their floors like they should, which can cause problems. Here are four things that your hardwood floor would probably tell you if it could talk. 1: "Please wipe up that water right away." Water is your hardwood flooring's worst enemy.
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