How To Turn Heavy Rains Into An Onsite Wastewater System

Posted on: 20 September 2017

If you live in an area of the country that is regularly bombarded by rain (e.g., the Northwest or the South/Southeast), you have a golden opportunity to turn all that rain into something useful. Rather than rely on city water or well water, you can create an onsite wastewater system. Here is how that works. Build a Cistern Yes, cisterns are a little old-fashioned, but how else would you collect the rainwater?
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Picking The Right Granite Countertops For Your Kitchen

Posted on: 26 August 2017

Granite is a premium material for kitchen countertops. The naturally beautiful stone offers a wide variety of coloration and patterning, meaning you can surely find a slab that appeals to you. However, there are so many options, choosing granite countertops can feel daunting. Start with a Color Scheme One of the best ways to get cohesive design in your kitchen is by starting with a color scheme. When it comes to matching your granite, you can approach this one of two ways.
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Creative Ways To Use Vinyl Lettering Around The Home

Posted on: 1 August 2017

Adding a personal touch to your home decor allows you to create a stylish living space that reflects your design aesthetic and personality. Sheets of vinyl can be cut into letters, allowing you to easily create items that have a customized appearance. Here are three creative ways that you can use vinyl lettering around your home in the future. 1. Make personalized holiday ornaments. Many homeowners enjoy decorating their homes for the holidays.
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The Lesser-Known Signs That You Need A Hot Water Heater Repair

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Properly maintaining your water heater can help it last as long as it is designed to. One of the ways that you can help with this process is knowing what the signs are that your tank is in need of repair. Sometimes it is obvious that your tank needs repair, such as water leaking from the exterior of the tank or the tank not heating up the water. Other times, it is less obvious.
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