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3 Tips To Help Prevent Your Swimming Pool From Getting Dirty

Having a swimming pool can be a lot of fun, but one thing that can really get in the way of your enjoyment of it is having to clean it. All pools require maintenance and cleaning, but there are ways that you can keep your pool cleaner. If you follow these tips, you can spend less time cleaning your pool and more time having fun in it. 1. Use the Right Material Around the Pool Read More 

3 Modern Designs for Septic Systems That Reduce Problems & Environmental Impact

Septic systems have been used for a long time to treat waste from homes. Older systems are simple: a tank and a drain tile pipe surrounded by gravel. There are many problems that you may have with an older septic system. Therefore, when you have repairs done or a new septic system installed, you may want to consider a modern design that can reduce common problems. Here are some of the options you may want to consider for modern septic system for your home: Read More 

Plumbing Problems That Can Lead To Water Damage And Flooding In Your Home

Plumbing problems can be a headache when they are small; the bigger the problem, the bigger the mess you are going to have in your home. Flooding is one of the common issues caused by damaged pipes. This can be caused by backflow, burst pipes and other plumbing damage. If you want to prevent some of the water damage in your home, here are some tips to help deal with some of these issues and prevent them in your home: Read More 

How To Easily Remove Worn-Out Double Hung Windows From Your Home

If you have some old double-hung windows that you need to remove in order to install newer windows, here is what you are going to have to do to remove your old double-hung windows yourself. Gather Supplies You don't need very many supplies in order to remove your old double-hung windows from your home. You are just going to need a putty knife, razor blade, scissors and a pry bar. You may also need someone to assist you with the project. Read More 

How To Clean The Glass On Your Oven

The glass on your oven provides a nice window to see what you're cooking without opening up the door (letting the heat out). That window comes in handy, but not if it's gunked up with burnt food particles. Then it just looks more like a hot mess. Clean up that window and get your oven looking sparkly clean again by following the instructions below. Interior Window The inside portion of your window can be cleaned using the self-cleaning option on your oven. Read More