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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Why Prefabricated Floors Are The Best Low Maintenance Option

Posted on: 9 May 2016

Wood flooring can change the style and dynamic of any room. However, depending on how you use your floor and how much maintenance you are willing to undertake, you need to make sure you buy the right type of wood flooring. Not all wood flooring products are the same. Some require more maintenance than others. This article will explain the perks of installing a prefabricated wood floor with a laminated finish.
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3 Ways To Improve Your Home's Electrical System With The Addition Of Low-Voltage Wiring

Posted on: 21 April 2016

Electrical systems have changed over the past few decades, and so have the systems that are installed in homes. Today, in addition to the normal 110-volt wiring, there are also low-voltage systems that can be used to power anything from a phone charger to lighting and small household appliances. It is becoming more common for the low-voltage systems to be used for more than lighting in homes, and here are some of the ways you may want to consider using low-voltage lighting for your home's electrical systems:
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