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Use the Old Well or Drill a New One? What to Do with an Old Well on New Property

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If you’re about to buy some property that relies on water from a well, make it a priority to get that well checked out. Sometimes old wells are still usable, but other times you may need to drill a new well or find alternative sources of water. Inspecting the well isn’t just a matter of looking at it and then testing a faucet; get a good well-services company to check into the history of the well and the condition of the ground around it. Read More»

Pros And Cons Of 2 Types Of Aluminum Wood Clad Windows

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Wood windows have some of the highest energy efficiency ratings among the different types of replacement window frame materials. The wood frames also offer a natural warmth and elegance both inside and outside your home. But wood isn’t the perfect window material due to potential weather damage, needed maintenance, and the higher cost. But suitable alternatives exist in the form of wood clad windows. There are a few different types of wood clad windows with specific pros and cons that can help you decide on a frame model. Read More»

Tips For Helping Your Birch Tree Survive

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If you chose a paper or cluster birch tree for your landscape, you have made a fast-growing, small-scale, beautiful choice. Birches have delicate branches, a unique bark pattern, and they mature quickly, making them a great addition to a landscape that needs a fast completion. However, birches are more susceptible to certain diseases and can be sensitive to environmental elements, especially if they are not planted or cared for correctly. Here is what you can do to make sure your birch tree stays healthy. Read More»

3 Reasons To Utilize Plastic Pipes For Your Industrial Plumbing

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Whether you are looking to install new plumbing in your industrial setting, or you are upgrading your plumbing and want to make the right decisions, it’s smart to consider using plastic pipes rather than those that are made out of copper or other metals. These are a few reasons why you should talk to your industrial plumber about the option for plastic pipes. 1. Plastic Pipes Don’t Conduct Heat Well Read More»

Tracking Down Moisture Behind Drywall Like A Pro: A Homeowner's Guide

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It is a common misconception that mold, mildew, and moisture in the house where it should not be in general should be fairly easy to spot. However, when it comes to drywall, that is truly not the case. The super-absorbent consistency of drywall means that you could have moisture raining down between your walls for months without knowing a thing. If you have sneaky suspicions that there is water hiding out behind your walls, it is best to find out of your inklings are true as quickly as possible. Read More»