Three Ways to Prevent Soil Erosion
10 April 2019
Soil erosion can occur in your yard if there is an underlying drainage issue with your landscaping design. Over time, your soil can be carried away, ruining the grading of your land and making it more likely that water will collect in your yard, which can cause damage to your plants and even drain into your foundation, which can cause damage and expensive repairs. Understanding some of the ways that you can alter your landscape to improve drainage and protect against soil erosion can help you maintain your landscaping design and save time and money on repairs in the long run.
Hard Water and Your Appliances: What You Need to Know
27 February 2019
Hard water isn't just a nuisance that affects the flavor of the water or leaves scum on shower walls—it can also shorten the life of your home's appliances. The following guide can help you understand how hard water could be costing you money and time, as well as helping you spot which appliances may require additional maintenance due to water quality.
Sink and shower fixtures
That white, crusty buildup you get around the openings on your faucets and associated fixtures isn't just unsightly.
Hard Water Stains In Bathroom Toilet? 3 Benefits Of Installing A Salt Free Water Softener
16 January 2019
If you have hard water stains in your bathroom toilet, you likely have other signs in your home of having hard water. For example, you likely have residue on your dishes after they have been run in the dishwasher, and your hair may not feel clean after you wash it. Fortunately, you can install a water softener to take care of your hard water problems. When choosing this, you will find a salt-free water softener available.
Seven Countertop Options For Your New Kitchen
5 December 2018
When building or remodeling a house, there are many decisions to be made, often in very short time spans. Kitchen countertops are just one of many decisions, but they are often the most difficult to decide due to the dizzying array of options. Knowing both your style, as well as how durable you need the product to be, can help in your decision-making process.
1. Laminate: More commonly referred to by its brand name, Formica, laminate countertops are the go-to countertop when you need a quick, easy, and inexpensive option.