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2019

Tips For Replacing The Septic Drain Field

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Replacing a septic drain field is not easy; expect to spend anything from $2,000 to $10,000 on this project. Thus, you need to get everything right from the beginning so that you don’t waste money. Below are a few tips to help you with the replacement. Proper Design The design of the septic drain field determines not only its longevity but also the efficiency of the septic system. An improper design increases the risk that your septic system won’t be able to handle all the wastes from your house. Read More»

Three Things To Check Before Calling A Furnace Repair Technician

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You do not want your furnace to ever break down, especially during one of the coldest days of the year. It may happen during your time as a homeowner, and when this happens, you should know what to do, as you may be able to make the repair yourself, especially if it’s something minor and simple. Read on for three things to check before calling out a furnace repair technician. Before doing any type of work on your furnace, always turn the power and gas off to your system to prevent injury. Read More»

3 Reasons To Use A Tankless Water Heater In Your Getaway Cabin

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Having a getaway cabin tucked in the mountains, set up by the lake, or in another spot that you like to visit can be a wonderful experience. If you would like to build a getaway cabin for your family or if you are hoping to fix up a cabin that you have recently purchased or that has been in your family for a while, consider things like choosing the right water heater. Read More»

3 Signs You May Be in Need of Slab Leak Detection Services

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Slab leaks are leaks that happen underneath your home’s foundation. Since you can’t see the pipes underneath your home’s foundation, it is very important to recognize the common signs of a slab leak so you can call a plumber for slab leak detection services. With slab leak detection, a plumber will use special equipment and tools to accurately pinpoint the exact location of the leak in order to make repairing the leak much easier and less invasive. Read More»