Four Tips To Help Prevent Problems With Your Water Well Equipment

If you live in an area that does not have water service, you probably rely on a water well. There are many components to your well. This equipment can include pumps, filters and valves. All these parts can be effected by things like debris in your well or hard water. If you want to maintain your well, here are some tips to help you prevent problems with your well equipment: [Read More]

Power Cord Problems: The Cause Of Melting When Plugged Into An Outlet

Have you ever unplugged an electronic device and discovered that the power cord on it has melted? You may have a serious electrical problem in your house that should be considered an emergency, as failing to get a repair can lead to a fire. Below, learn what may have caused the power cord to melt and what an electrical repair might cost if you hire an electrician. What Can Lead to a Power Cord Melting? [Read More]

Identifying The Failure Point In Your Septic System

No one wants to deal with a septic tank repair if they can avoid it, but if you can identify the location of a failure then the repair can be completed much more quickly. It helps to know what components make up your septic system, and what can lead to those components failing, as this will help you identify the obvious characteristics. Once you know what's wrong, and advise a septic contractor of your observations, they'll be able to properly prepare to fix the problem. [Read More]

Battle For Flat Roof Dominance: BUR Roofing Vs. Rubber Membranes

When you have a sloped roof, gravity is your friend. The force of gravity will push water down your roof, so you don't need a completely water tight roofing material. On the other hand, when you have a flat roof, you need a material that is completely waterproof. While a well-installed BUR roof will repel water, you may get better value for your money by installing a rubber roofing membrane.  [Read More]