5 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Septic System

Posted on: 5 February 2016

Do not take your home's septic system for granted; it is more important than you think. If you neglect to properly care for your septic system, it can lead to leakages and blockages. Save yourself money and stress by looking after this system better. Here are five helpful tips for taking care of your septic system: Avoid Pouring Chemicals Down the Drain Have you ever poured paint products, floor cleaners or other chemicals down the drain and thought nothing of it? [Read More]

3 Signs That Your Septic Tank Is In Need Of Repair

Posted on: 14 January 2016

If you have a septic tank on your property, you will want to make sure that you are always well aware of the signs that may indicate the need for a professional repair to the septic tank. To help you with that, you will want to take a few moments to review the following signs of trouble. The Ground Is Sinking Your yard may naturally change over the years, but it is something  that you may barely notice happening. [Read More]

Petulant Puppy Problems? How To Temporarily Repair A Chew-Damaged Air Compressor Hose

Posted on: 26 December 2015

Banishing a misbehaving puppy to the garage may sound like a good idea, but it can also make an annoying problem even worse. If you happen to own an air compressor to air up tires or use for home projects, it likely sits on the floor of the garage, easily within reach of your dog. While the motor and wheels may not interest your pup much, the coil of flexible tubing that acts as a hose for airing up tires may be a temptation your dog just cannot resist. [Read More]

The Health Benefits Of Picking Quartz Over Granite For Your Kitchen Countertops

Posted on: 9 December 2015

When it comes to kitchen countertops, many homeowners will settle for nothing less than granite as the most attractive and long-lasting option out there, or so they think. The truth is that granite countertops come with a bevy of environmental and health concerns that lay hidden under their glossy sheen. Quartz countertops, on the other hand, are far safer both for your family and for the environment in ways that you might not realize immediately. [Read More]