3 Pools That Will Turn The Joneses Green And Make The Grandkids Come Visit

Posted on: 15 January 2015
Homeowners are extending their living spaces to include the outdoors in some stunning and luxurious ways. Your neighbors may have a huge screen TV that shows movies while family and friends soak in the massive hot tub. Or the in-laws have practically turned their backyard into a bistro, complete with a brick pizza oven and a fancy greenhouse for alfresco dining. They've even made a treehouse for your grandchildren. You never see your grandkids any more.
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Four Myths About Septic Systems Busted

Posted on: 9 January 2015
Especially to those who have lived in homes connected to sewers their whole lives, septic systems may seem like a bit of a mystery. It doesn't help that there are a lot of false myths floating around about their proper use, maintenance and safety. Here's a look at four of those false myths – and the real truth behind them. Myth #1: If you have a septic tank, you should not use your yard because it's full of contaminants from human waste.
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2 Reasons To Have Your Commercial Roof Made Out Of Copper

Posted on: 6 January 2015
Building a new roof on your commercial building is a great way to make your facility look nicer, while also being able to take advantage of the various benefits that different roofing materials can provide. Two reasons to have your commercial roof made out of copper are to save yourself money and have a durable roof: Save Money The primary way that a copper roof will be able to save you money will be by allowing you to keep your facility cooler in the summer.
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Is Your Basement Ready For A Dreamy Upgrade?

Posted on: 30 December 2014
Are you thinking of turning your basement into a special room, such as a lavish guest bedroom, well-appointed gym, personal spa or Hollywood-styled media room? Make sure you assess your basement before you shop for room upgrades. Check Out The Basement's Structure Scrutinize the structure of your basement. If you have a newer home, your basement likely supports the floors above it with concrete foundation walls and supporting beams. Conversely, older homes often don't have foundation walls.
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