Septic Tanks: Tips To Prevent Wastewater Management Problems

Posted on: 20 January 2018

Homes that are not connected to a municipal sewer system require an onsite wastewater system to deal with black water (waste from the toilet) and grey water (water that has been used for laundry, cleaning the dishes, or showering). In most cases, homes have a septic system that serve as an onsite wastewater system while also storing solid waste in a large tank underground. If you rely on a septic system to manage waste water and solid waste, use the following tips to prevent problems:
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The Best Way To Add Insuation To Your Attic Joist Bays

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Many homes are built with unfinished attics. This means that there is no drywall installed on top of the roof joists and girders. This might mean that they aren't very energy-efficient, but it does mean that homeowners can add their own insulation to the joist bays quite easily. People in hot climates often feel heat radiate downward through their attic during the summer months. In colder regions, homeowners can notice have a cold air coming through their roof via the attic, which makes it much harder to keep their home warm and comfortable.
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Tips To Help You Protect Your Kitchen's Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 8 November 2017

If you are having or have recently had hardwood floors installed in your kitchen, there are a few steps that you must take to protect it. The last thing you want to do is damage the flooring and have to spend the money to have the damage repaired. Below, you will find several tips that can help you maintain the beautiful look of your freshly installed hardwood floors in your kitchen:
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4 Patio Roofing Options

Posted on: 28 September 2017

Patios are meant to enjoy the beautiful weather. Sitting on the patio is nice, weather you are drinking your morning coffee in peace, or entertaining guests. However, in the summer, you might like a little shade. Most traditional patio roofs block out all of the sun, and are permanent. If that is not what you are looking for, here are a few other options to consider if you don't want to completely block out all of the sun.
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