A Couple Common Questions and Answers About Addressing Sewer-Line Issues

Posted on: 19 July 2016

Your home's sewer line is essential for ensuring that the wastewater from your house is able to safely drain away from the property, but these lines can suffer issues that can lead to problems for your home. Sadly, it can be common for new homeowners to be inexperienced with these issues. If this is the case for you, learning the following answers to common questions will help you to be a better prepared and informed homeowner.
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Safety Strategies To Protect You During Roofing Repairs

Posted on: 11 June 2016

Thinking of some roofing repairs this summer? This is the season to plan and execute these tasks to prevent water damage this winter. Be sure that you keep yourself and your workers safe by using some common sense strategies to protect against the inherent hazards of roofing work. Some ways to stay safer and prevent accidental injury are: Grab a seat. Shingling a roof or making repairs can be tedious work that put a lot of stress on your knees and legs.
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Four Qualities To Look For In Plants For A Septic Field

Posted on: 11 June 2016

If you've just bought property that has a septic tank and leach field on it, and you're not used to dealing with those, you may have already heard that you have to be careful planting anything in the area. That's partly true; there are many types of plants that should not go near a leach field or septic tank. However, there are several types of plants that are just fine to plant in the area.
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Three Safety Risks Associated With Cleaning Your Gutters On Your Own

Posted on: 25 May 2016

While it's a seemingly simple process, gutter cleaning comes along with a significant number of safety hazards. One wrong move and you could literally go crashing down to the ground. For this and many other reasons, gutter cleaning is a task best left to a professional. Here are just some of the safety risks that come along with trying to clean gutters on your own. Over-extension Ladders are large pieces of equipment, which makes moving them around a challenge.
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