Troubleshooting Deep Well Pump Problems Right From The House

Posted on: 3 October 2016

Of all the different well pump types that are available for a private residential water well, a submersible or deep well pump is perhaps the most common. Deep well pumps are situated down in the well where they are less likely to sustain damage and usually have a really long lifespan. However, eventually, these well pumps will get old enough that problems will come up. The only downfall to a deep well pump is that hands-on examination means pulling the pump from its position inside the well.
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Cleaning Tips for Your Exterior Deck's Glass Railings

Posted on: 14 September 2016

If you decided to have glass railings installed on your home's deck to preserve your view and provide protection for your guests, then it is important that you know how to care for them and keep them looking crystal clear. While this can be a bit of a challenge since your new glass railings are exposed to the elements on a daily basis, there are some things that you can do to keep them sparkling, such as the following tips.
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What To Do With Your Old Water Heater

Posted on: 24 August 2016

When your old water heater finally gives out, you not only have the expense of the new one, you have to figure out what to do with the old one. Having someone haul it away can simply add to your financial woes. Fortunately, you do have other options in addition to dumping it in your garage or hiding it in your basement. Your old water heater can still pay off for you.
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3 Tips To Help Developers Save On Subdevelopment Boundary Surveying

Posted on: 4 August 2016

For developers who build residential neighborhoods, boundary survey costs can quickly add up. According to HomeAdvisor, the average homeowner spends between $335 and $650 on a land survey. When multiplied by just 10 homes, the boundary surveying costs for even a small development can easily total between $3,350 and $6,500. These costs, however, can be reduced by making a surveyor's job faster because surveyors often charge by the hour. If you're a developer building a new sub-development, here's what you can do to help a surveyor save timeā€”and your company save money.
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