Learning About General Contractor Services

3 Commonly-Flushed Items You Should NOT Flush

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The plumbing and septic system is an imperative part of your home’s function and your family’s needs. Considering the toilet is capable of easily removing waste, you may flush items in the hopes of disposing items without much thought or care. Unfortunately, you may be unknowingly placing an excessive amount of stress on the toilets in your home by flushing items that can damage your plumbing and septic system. With this guide, you will understand the dangers of flushing these commonly-flushed items. Read More»

Answering A Few Questions About Siding For Your Home

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Maintaining the exterior of your home can be a trying and labor intensive task to have to do. However, it is essential for making sure that your home is kept in the best condition possible, which is both aesthetically and financially important as it can help the house to better retain its value. To this end, siding may be a wise investment for you to make in your home, but you may be unsure about the care needs for siding. Read More»

Cooling Tents On Your Construction Site: Why You Should Have One And How To Get It

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As a construction contractor, it is safe to say that the majority of your work occurs during late spring and summer hours. Some days it gets downright sweltering and uncomfortable, and you have work crews putting their full strength into their work and sweating the life out. At the same time, you would be losing money by not working, so the only viable solution is a cooling tent on your construction site. Read More»

Is Stained Glass Practical For Your Home?

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You may associate stained glass windows with magnificent cathedrals or mansions of the rich and famous. In fact, stained glass windows can work in your somewhat modest home, serving as a focal point for your entire design scheme. Whether you choose one window or several, they can be a fantastic addition to your house. Bathrooms You may think that splurging on a custom-made window for your bathroom seems wasteful, but having one in your master bath serves several important purposes. Read More»

3 Tips To Help Deal With Dirty Or Tinted Water Coming From Your Well

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Having a well can be a great convenience, giving you water you need without using a local water service. It may even be the only choice you have to get water to your home. A well should provide you with clean water, but things like problems with well equipment and basic maintenance needs of your well system may cause the water to become cloudy, dirty or tinted. Here are some tips to help you deal with the discoloration of water from your well. Read More»