Addressing Three Commonly Asked Questions Concerning Septic System Problems

Posted on: 10 October 2016

A functional septic system can be a critical part of the house for homes that do not have the luxury of being connected to a local sewer system. Sadly, new homeowners commonly lack much experience when it comes to these systems. This lack of experience can cause them to be unprepared when some of the more frequent problems arise. Once you have learned about a few basic questions concerning septic systems, you should be better prepared to keep your property safe from these issues.
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Start Thinking About Holiday Security For Your Garage Now

Posted on: 21 September 2016

The holiday season might not be in full swing yet, but it will be here before you know it. If you're planning to go away at any point during the holidays, you may want to start getting your house ready now and start evaluating security. Your garage door is a weak point in your home despite the door's size and seeming strength, so spending some time identifying what you have to do to secure it is essential.
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Hip Roof Vs. Gable Roof: Which Is Better?

Posted on: 30 August 2016

When you look at buying a new house or even having one built, you're going to be amazed at the many different styles of roofs that are available. The two most popular styles are the hip roof and the gable roof. Both are great roofs; depending on where you live, however, one may suit you better than the other. Gable Roofs A gable roof is what most people envision when they think of a roof.
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3 Insects That Can Damage The Nuts On A Pecan Tree

Posted on: 9 August 2016

The pecan tree is a beautiful nut-bearing tree that also boasts vibrant green leaves and attractive bark that make this tree a great addition to any yard. Keep the nuts, leaves, and bark looking attractive during the growing season by monitoring your pecan tree for signs of an insect infestation. There are a couple of key insects that target the nuts of the pecan tree; recognizing the symptoms of each insect and calling in a tree care or pest control service can help minimize the damage to your tree.
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