3 Tips For Replacing Your Home's Windows
3 May 2017
Dated or damaged windows could be hurting not only your home's aesthetic, but your pocketbook as well. Windows can serve as a source of energy loss, causing your monthly utility costs to increase significantly. Replacing old windows can be a great way to restore your home's airtight seal and beauty.
Here are three tips to keep in mind as you go through the replacement process to ensure you are satisfied with your new windows in the future.
Proper Pump Usage for Safe and Clean Water
26 April 2017
The science of keeping your water safe dictates that if you use well water that is pumped out of the ground, you should be using a submersible pump or a jet pump that rests on top of the ground. This means that the pump will create adequate water pressure for your home. Some well water systems use a large storage tank to store the water before it is pumped once more into your house.
3 Costly Commercial Fence Mistakes To Avoid
21 April 2017
A fence is meant to be a highly functional piece of equipment for your business. Whether it's for security or some other purpose, a fence is meant to be more helpful than harmful. However, there are several mistakes you can make that can actually end up costing you in both the short- and long-term. Make certain you know what to avoid.
Selecting By Price
When shopping for a new fence, don't make price your only criteria.
Spending Your Summer Away From Home? What Should You Do To Prepare Your Septic Tank?
14 April 2017
If you've made plans to spend your summer traveling away from home, you're likely excited about the new adventures and experiences your trip will bring. However, leaving your home for more than a few days (or weeks) can be a worrisome prospect, even if you don't have to worry about pets or houseplants to keep alive. For homes with a septic tank, part of the preparation for a long trip may include some septic maintenance to avoid returning to toilet troubles.