3 Signs That You May Need To Dig A Deeper Well

If you rely on your well to provide you and your family with fresh, cleaning drinking water, coming to the realization that it might be running dry can be extremely upsetting. Luckily, there is an option -- digging your well deeper. You do not want to be taken by surprise, however, so it's important to know which signs to look out for. These are a few signs that you might need to dig a deeper well. Read More 

Etch Your Windows To Enjoy Natural Light With Privacy

Wondering eyes can be an issue in any community. Unfortunately, keeping the wondering eyes out of your home may prevent you from letting the natural sunlight in as well. Instead of drawing your blinds closed, you could etch your windows to keep people from seeing in without disrupting the flow of natural light. Here, you will learn how to do just that. Supply List Glass Cleaner Safety Goggles Latex Gloves Masking Tape Paper Towels Clean Paper Coffee Filters Water Bucket Sponge Razor Knife Non-Acid Etching Paste Fan Window Squeegee Step 1: Prepare the Window Read More 

Strange Noises From Your HVAC Systems And What To Do About Them

Noises can be one way that your HVAC systems tell you there is a problem. While you can rely on all five senses to help you determine what is going on, sound often alerts you of a problem even when you cannot see it. It is not uncommon to hear a noise coming from one of your heating or air conditioning systems from time to time, but you should be wary of strange sounds you have never heard before. Read More 

Little Things You Do That Put Extra Strain On Your Septic System

Not everyone using a rural waste water system knows quite as much as they should about how it works, and what daily habits can be detrimental to it. Getting a handle on these things can help minimize the amount of maintenance needed to keep it working properly, and prolong its usefulness in the process. For the most part these are simple changes you can make in your daily life, without much in the way of added expense, but which can have a considerable impact on your septic system. Read More 

Three Hidden Benefits of Metal Roofing

Although metal roofing is often dismissed by business owners as an outdated, cheap-looking type of roof, it actually brings a lot of benefits to both your budget and your environmental responsibility. It comes in a variety of styles, too, so having a metal roof doesn't have to look like the cheap "tin roof" that you may think of when someone suggests metal roofing to you. In fact, it can have a timeless elegance or a sophisticated modernity. Read More