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These Signs Mean You Need To Clean Or Change The Grease Trap

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If you have a septic system that uses a grease trap, keep a close eye on the trap to ensure it doesn’t clog up. You don’t have to dive into the system yourself to find the trap, though; a clog usually gives off telltale warning signs. Because a clog anywhere in your septic system is bad news, if you see – or smell – any of these signs, have a company come out to clean the trap. Read More»

Did You Notice A Leak Under Your Kitchen Sink? What The Problem May Be

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Whether you own or rent your home, you never want to reach under your sink for cleaning supplies or anything else you store in the cabinet and find a soggy mess instead. A leak under your kitchen sink is never good and if you are like many people, you do not get under your kitchen sink often enough to have a good idea of how long that leak has been an issue once you find it. Read More»

A Guide to Maintaining and Repairing Your Pressure Washer

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If you are working on a construction site and need to be sure that you are getting nothing but the best out of the work flow, you’ll need to maintain a measure of cleanliness. One way to do this is to invest in a pressure washer and to keep that pressure washer working at all times. If you need some help maintaining your pressure washer, consider the tips below.  Check the Hose and Fluids Read More»

Backyard Patio Construction Tips

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Enjoying meals in the backyard with family and friends is nice to do on a sunny day. The experience is even better when you have a designated place for entertaining, such as a large patio. If you already have a small patio, it can be replaced with one that is larger if you have enough space in your backyard. All you will need is the right kind of equipment to construct a new patio, but the old pavement will have to be demolished as well. Read More»

Reflective Shingles: An Attractive And Eco-Friendly Roofing Option

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If you start looking into eco-friendly roofing options, there’s one thing you might notice: they all have distinct looks. Green roofs like like a garden on your rooftop (which is exactly what they are). Cedar shakes give your home a rustic appearance, which may not be ideal in the suburbs. If you’re looking for an eco-friendly roof that won’t make your home stand apart from the crowd, then perhaps you need to consider reflective shingles. Read More»