How To Handle Hard Water

Posted on: 25 August 2015

At some point, you might have heard about something called hard water. However, you might not be sure what it exactly is or what it means for you. To help you out, here is an overview of what hard water is and how it can be treated:    So what is hard water? When water has exceptionally high mineral content, it becomes known as hard water. The difference between hard and soft water (water that is much lower in minerals) isn't exactly rigid.
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Important Information about Flood Damage Every Homeowner Needs to Know

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Experiencing any natural disaster can be devastating. A natural event like a flood can take its toll on you and your family in several ways. One of the greatest ways you could be affected by a flood is through your health. If your home has been flooded, you should pay close attention to these tips to avoid some serious health risks. Water Damage Provides the Perfect Environment for Mold If your home was flooded and you have finally gotten out all the water, do not forget the wood and other materials in your home that are still there.
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Power Outages And Your Well Pump

Posted on: 30 July 2015

If you have a well at your home and you depend on it for all your water, ensuring it will still run when there is a power outage is a wise move. Having running water, especially if you have a large family, is essential for your household to run smoothly and on schedule. Without running water, you could be looking at missed bath nights and dirty dishes and laundry not getting done.
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Safety First For Roof Repairs

Posted on: 22 July 2015

Repairing a roof is not for the faint of heart. In most instances it is best left up to the professionals who not only know how to fix the roof properly but can do it safely. However, there may be times when you desire to repair something on your roof. Perhaps it is shingles that need to be replaced, heating cables that need to be added, or gutters that need to be fixed.
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