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December 10, 2014

Heavy Rains and Your Septic Tank

By mrsewer

Think of the people in the North East – first up to six feet of snow, followed by heavy rains this November. What a start to the winter and it isn’t even officially winter yet! Heavy rains can cause damage to your septic system. Once the ground around your septic system becomes saturated the water … Continue reading "Heavy Rains and Your Septic Tank"

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December 5, 2014

Remodel Your Laundry Room

By mrsewer

With all of the new options for storage and organization you can really change your laundry room into a newly organized place that may even make doing laundry fun! If your current laundry room is too small and/or if you have options to expand or relocate your room, these are the essentials for a laundry … Continue reading "Remodel Your Laundry Room"

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November 30, 2014

Dealing With Wet Basements

By mrsewer

Having a wet basement is no fun and can lead to some serious damage to your home over time. Dampness if not removed can ruin floors, walls and can cause the growth of mold in your home. There are some things you can do, however, to prevent water in your basement: First, inspect the outside … Continue reading "Dealing With Wet Basements"

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November 26, 2014

The Evolution of Plumbing Pipes

By mrsewer

Before the 1960’s most homes had steel galvanized water pipes. These are the gray metal water pipes that were connected together. These pipes were very durable, lasting for many years. The downside to using these pipes was they would leaks over time or start to get sediment build up. Around the 1960’s copper pipes were … Continue reading "The Evolution o

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August 28, 2014

Going Green Around the House

By mrsewer

It seems like everyone is going green these days, which makes it so much easier now to keep your home safe and green with all of the new products out there. A lot of people want to avoid using harsh chemicals on their countertops and regularly used surfaces, especially if there are kids involved. Using … Continue reading "Going Green Around the House"

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