Pros And Cons Of Having A Green Roof Installed

Posted on: 5 May 2016

If you're working on building an environmentally friendly dream house or even just replacing your roof and considering eco-friendly options, a "green roof" or rooftop garden can sound like a very appealing alternative to asphalt shingles. And while it is undoubtedly better than everyday shingling in many respects, you should understand that every roof type comes with its own pros and cons. Read these pros and cons before deciding on a green roof so you'll have realistic expectations of what it can do for you.
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The Benefits Of Renting A Crane For Your Construction Business

Posted on: 19 April 2016

Cranes do the job of heavy lifting on construction sites around the world. If you own your own construction business, you know that a crane can save you time and money by reducing man-hours. But it can be difficult to decide whether you should buy a crane, or continue to rent one on an as-needed basis. Here are the benefits of using a crane rental for your construction business. Crane Operators Can Be Hired As Independent Contractors Instead Of Salaried Employees
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Marine Makeovers: 3 Home Improvements That Will Make Your Waterfront Property Sail Above The Rest

Posted on: 7 March 2016

Beachfront or lakeside properties have the convenience of serving as either vacation homes or permanent residences. Interior amenities, location, age and size are factors that impact the overall price of a property. The exterior and accessibility to the prime feature—the water—makes one waterfront property stand out from another. Whether you're in it for the long haul or are seeking to sell down the road for a potential profit, consider these few improvements that will increase the value and livability of your waterfront home.
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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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