15 January 2018
Dealing with a clogged drain can be a major annoyance. It seems that no matter what you do, the water just refuses to evacuate the bowl. You're forced to use at-home remedies to remove the blockage so you can get back to using the sink. Although it's not at all uncommon for this to happen every once in awhile, it shouldn't be a regular occurrence. If it is, something that you're doing could be causing the problem.
5 December 2017
One of the main problems with asphalt, no matter how well it is installed, is the fact that it is going to crack over time. These cracks can be caused by impact, or from soil shifting underneath the slab. Regardless of what causes your cracks, you probably want to fix them as soon as possible, if only to cover them up and restore the nice black finish. This article explains how you can repair small cracks in asphalt surfaces.
30 October 2017
Industrial plumbing carries with it the impression that it is sturdy and meant to undergo a lot of stress, but even the best industrial plumbing can experience hiccups if all of the plumbing in the facility isn't treated correctly. There is also the mistaken idea that plumbing in a commercial or industrial setting is somehow better able to handle things that residential plumbing is not, which often leads to mishaps and angry memos to staff.
27 September 2017
Now that summer is officially over, and the weather has turned cold, it's time to start thinking about next summer. Most importantly, it's time to start thinking about that swimming pool you've been dreaming about. Swimming pools are more than just a place to cool yourself off on those hot, summer days. Of course, that is a good reason to have a swimming pool in your backyard. Beyond the fact that they're a great way to stay cool during the summer, there are actually quite a few benefits to having a swimming pool installed.
2 August 2017
Homeowners often enjoy installing wells because they provide them with a supply of clean and delicious water. However, various problems can severely impact a well, such as invasion from roots. That's why it is important to consider an inspection process and its many benefits: Few People Consider Well Inspection The average homeowner with a well probably rarely thinks of problems that could affect it. For example, a recent study found that 80 percent of all water well owners had never gotten maintenance inspection.
2 August 2017
Electrical work is dangerous, and it is often wise to leave this type of work to the professionals. That being said, there are many handy individuals who decide to complete electrical work themselves. If you have been thinking about doing some rewiring yourself, or if you want to add an electrical outlet or two to your home, then keep reading to learn about some mistakes to avoid. Mistake - Not Testing for Current
13 July 2017
If your construction company uses propane on the worksite, you may worry about running low on the gas while in the middle of a job. However, you may discover that you have an older tank that does not have a level indicator. If so, use the following three-step guide to check your propane tank's level using hot water. Step 1: Pour Hot Water down the Side The first step in checking your propane tank's level when it does not have an indicator is to pour hot water down the side.