Backed Up Main Sewer Line: The Cause & How A Plumber Can Fix It

Posted on: 10 July 2015

Have you noticed that the water pressure has dropped to a low level in your plumbing fixtures? Low water pressure can signify that there is a clog in the main sewer line, which must be repaired before the problem gets worse. In this article, learn about a backed up sewer line and getting it repaired with the help of a plumber: What Can Lead to a House Having a Backed Up Sewer Line?
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4 Ways To Take Care Of Your Store's New Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted on: 2 July 2015

After you have had your store's asphalt parking lot paved, you may be happy about how clean it looks. As a business owner, you might wonder if there is anything you should do to keep it looking new and smooth for customers and employees. Here are some things you can do over time to preserve the look of your new asphalt parking lot. Keep Heavy Duty Vehicles Away If your store is like many businesses, you are likely to receive deliveries throughout the week from heavy duty trucks.
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3 Tips To Keep Your Family Warm While You're Waiting For A Furnace Replacement

Posted on: 28 June 2015

If your furnace has stopped working, you might be planning on purchasing another one rather than attempting to have it repaired. Furnace replacements can be fairly sizable investments, however, so you could be waiting to save up the cash that you need. Alternatively, you could be waiting for a busy heating and air conditioning technician to come out and install it for you, or you might be waiting for your chosen furnace or its accompanying parts to become available.
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How to Clean Tile and Grout

Posted on: 16 June 2015

Cleaning your tile floors is more complicated than simply mopping them with floor cleaner. The best way to clean tile is to use grout cleaner, then use a tile sealant that will clean and seal the tile. This article will explain the tile and grout cleaning process, so you can do it on your own. Supplies You Will Need To properly clean your tile floors you will need grout cleaner, tile sealant,  two 5 gallon buckets, scrub brushes and a handful of rags.
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