FAQ About Standby Generators

Posted on: 29 December 2017

One of the situations that homeowners sometimes end up in is having no access to electricity due to a storm. If you happen to live in a city that frequently experiences power outages, there is something that can be done to put an end to it. You can basically take control of your electricity by installing a standby generator for your power needs. A standby generator is especially handy if you have any medical equipment or other electronics that can put your life at risk if they are unable to be powered up.
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3 Measures To Take When Dealing With Raccoons On Your Property

Posted on: 1 December 2017

Raccoons are cunning creatures that are identifiable by their black and white markings underneath their eyes. Despite being cute, they can show up unannounced and wreak havoc on your property. Put a stop to their shenanigans by taking these measures.  Protect Your Trash You may be wondering why raccoons keep showing up on your property. Most of the time, it's because they've been getting into your trash and finding sources of food.
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Add A Country-Themed Border, Curtains, And Accessories To Your Kitchen

Posted on: 19 October 2017

If your kitchen has light-colored cabinetry and furnishings in it and you would like to enhance these items by adding country-themed decor to the room, install a fabric wallpaper border around the top of each wall and hang curtains over the windows that match. Afterward, add some basic accessories that complement the new additions, such as farm animal-shaped salt and pepper shakers, a pitcher or vase that has a barn picture displayed on it or any other type of country-themed decoration that you like.
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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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