What An Inspector Might Look For When Performing A Septic Tank Inspection

Posted on: 23 November 2020

It's important to have a septic tank inspection periodically to rule out any problems that might be a health hazard due to leaking sewage. You'll want an inspection when you buy a house with a septic tank and every few years after that. Local codes may stipulate how often an inspection is necessary. Here's a look at what the contractor may look for when inspecting your septic system. Look For Damage In The Tank
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Investing In A New Iron Mailbox? How To Protect It From Damage

Posted on: 18 August 2020

If you've recently invested in a decorative iron mailbox for your home, take steps to keep it properly protected. Without proper protection, your mailbox could fall victim to damage. Luckily, there are steps you can take to protect your new mailbox. Here are four of those steps for you to follow.  Start With a Good Cleaning Now that you have a new iron mailbox, you want to start things off right with a good cleaning.
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Improve Your Home Remodel With These Projects

Posted on: 29 July 2020

Your home remodel may come with a list of projects you want to take care of in the coming weeks. A home remodel can be serious, and it can completely turn around the look of your home. Of course, you have complete power over how you want your home to look, from the outside in. These are some projects you might consider to make your home stand out in the crowd.
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Installing A Lawn Sprinkler System? Be Sure To Select The Right Sprinkler Heads

Posted on: 26 June 2020

If you are tired of getting out the garden hose to water your grass, you may be looking into a lawn sprinkler solution that will automate the process for you. Here are some things to know about selecting the right sprinkler heads to make the system work properly. Pop Up Sprinkler Heads You have a couple of options when it comes to the types of sprinkler heads that you install. While you can get a sprinkler head that is permanently above ground to save some money, this type of sprinkler head is likely to break over the years.
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