Septic Tank Pumping: Reducing The Frequency Of This Maintenance

If your home operates on a septic system, the fact is that your septic tank will need to be pumped from time to time in order to prevent an overflow. However, if you are pumping your tank more often than once every few years, you may be able to reduce the frequency of this maintenance by making just a few small changes in the way your household deals with waste. Below you will learn more about the changes you can make and how these changes will ultimately reduce the frequency with which your septic tank requires pumping. Read More 

Four Options For Attractive Barn Roofing That Is Maintenance-Free

If you are building a pole barn, you will probably want to have durable roofing that will not need to be replaced for many years. Asphalt shingles can conventional roofing materials that you use on your home may not be durable enough. You can choose from many other materials such as metal, PVC and treated shakes for a more traditional look. Here are four options for roofing your pole barn that will be more durable than conventional roofing materials: Read More 

Renting An Excavator: 3 Facts You Need To Know

Are you planning to rent an excavator to help you complete an upcoming home improvement project? If so, you may be surprised to learn that this type of heavy equipment rental works in a far different way than a traditional rental. Taking the time to review the three important facts below will help to ensure you understand exactly how these equipment rentals work so that you can get the most out of your time with an excavator rental. Read More 

Tips On Getting Rid Of Hard Water Stains On Shower Doors

If you've got hard water, keeping your shower doors clean might be especially difficult. Over time, hard water can leave mineral deposits on shower fixtures that are unsightly and detract from the comfort of the shower experience. While these stains can be persistent, you should be able to get rid of them with a bit of elbow grease. Consider the following cleaning/stain prevention tips: Use rubbing alcohol Rubbing alcohol will not only remove stains from your shower door, but it will also disinfect. Read More 

Remodeling Your Home? Understand When A Permit Is Necessary

When doing a home improvement project on your own, it is easy to forget about getting permits. While laws are different depending on which city you live in, there are some jobs that will always require a permit. Jobs That Require A Permit A good rule of thumb is that any time you are changing the structure of your home, it requires a permit. This includes common projects like opening up a kitchen where the countertop extends into another room, or even merging two bedrooms into one. Read More