3 Tips for Extending the Lifetime of the Hardwood Floors in Your Kitchen

Posted on: 6 July 2016

Having hardwood flooring in your kitchen can help give the space a sophisticated look as compared to a floor made of tile or laminate, but hardwood flooring does require special care in order to stay in good condition in the years after the installation. If you're concerned about your hardwood flooring getting damaged by simple wear and tear, it's a good idea to look into what you can do to extend the lifetime of the hardwood floors.
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Reasons To Use A Plumber To Clear That Drain

Posted on: 22 June 2016

When a drain starts running slowly or completely clogs up, it's tempting to grab a plunger and try to clear it up yourself. Not all clogs are the same. If you use too much force or the wrong tools, you can damage the plumbing or injure yourself. Here are some of the reasons why a plumber is your best resource the next time you have a stubborn blocked drain. You're Dealing With a Hard Clog
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Treating Wastewater From Your Home Or Building Through Public Sewer Or A Septic System

Posted on: 9 June 2016

The two most common forms of wastewater treatment options for residential and commercial buildings are septic systems and an attachment to the public sewer system. In septic systems, the sewage is contained within the property until such time the waste is removed through a septic system pumping. The liquid waste filters through the system, slowly going back into the groundwater after being filtered by soil and rocks. In the public sewer system, the wastewater coming out of the residential or business property is transported through a series of pipes to the closest wastewater treatment plant.
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Prepare Your Fence For Hurricane Season With The Right Care

Posted on: 1 June 2016

Getting fencing installed around the perimeter of your property can make a big difference in the curb appeal of your home and add some privacy that you may want, but it's important that you don't make the mistake of choosing a less durable fence over the concern of saving money. While being frugal is a good quality most of the time, a strong fence isn't something that you should skimp on if you live in an area that occasionally experiences hurricanes.
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