Four Septic System And Well Tips For Rural Properties Without Municipal Services

Posted on: 20 January 2016

Many homes located in rural areas rely on both septic systems and wells. The septic system treats waste water, and the well provides clean water. To protect your resources, you want to have these systems designed to not cause problems. This means that you want them a certain distance apart, and you may want to have things like extra filtration. Here are some tips to ensure your septic and well systems can work side by side with few problems:
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Best Roofing Materials For A Gable-Style Shed Roof

Posted on: 20 January 2016

Gable-style shed roofs have the classic upside-down V-shape with two upwards-sloping sides that meet at a peak. The shape is one of the most common residential roof styles and is a good way to match your shed to your home's architecture. If you have or want to purchase a gable-style shed roof, the choice of roofing material can determine the attractiveness, functionality, and durability of the roof. What are some of the best roofing materials for a gable-style shed roof?
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Limescale In Faucets: How A Water Treatment System Can Help

Posted on: 1 January 2016

Does water seem to have a hard time coming out of your plumbing fixtures at full force? It is possible that there is a lot of limescale inside of the faucets creating a blockage in the flow of water, which means that it may be time to get a water treatment system installed. In this article, learn what is causing limescale in your faucets and how a water treatment system can prevent it from happening.
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How To Recaulk Glass Shower Doors

Posted on: 15 December 2015

Glass shower doors, when properly installed, are both stylish and effective. The most vulnerable part of a glass shower enclosure, besides the fragile glass, is the caulk line along the seams. There might be caulk between glass seams, but also where the glass meets the wall and floor. All of these caulk lines are susceptible to molding. Black mold in your shower not only looks bad, but is also unsanitary. A moldy caulk line can also rot away and cause it lose the water tight seal.
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