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Adding a Bathroom

Last year I discovered I would inherit my grandmother’s beautiful house. When I was a child, I made many fond memories in this cozy, rural home. When I learned the home would be mine, I immediately started planning future renovations. The first thing I decided to do was make the half bathroom a full one. At the time, the home only had one full bathroom. Do you and your family members argue over who gets to use the one bathroom in your house? Consider hiring a contractor to build an additional bathroom onto your home. An experienced contractor can help you determine if you need a three, four, or even five piece bathroom. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of hiring a contractor to build an addition onto your home.

Geothermal Heat Pumps: Taking A Look At Pond And Lake Loops

Surprisingly, there an estimated 14,000 lakes over 125 acres in size, 110,000 lakes between 10 and 125 acres in size, and 1,000,000 lakes and ponds less than 10 acres in size in the U.S. If you are lucky enough to reside beside a lake or a pond, you should consider the option of installing geothermal heat pumps that are pond and lake loops for added energy efficiency and durability. This article will explore what pond and lake loops are, so that you can get a better idea of what to expect. Read More 

2 Things To Think About Before Choosing A New Outdoor Sign For Your Business

With up to half of new customers being attracted to businesses because of an outdoor sign, you can't afford to make mistakes when it comes to big advertising decisions. However, with all of the different shapes, sizes, and types of signs available, it can be hard to decide what you need. Here are two things to think about before choosing a new outdoor sign, so that you can make your marketing dollars count. Read More 

Consider Water Usage When Shopping To Protect Your Septic System

For the most part, having a septic system in your home is little different than being hooked up to a municipal water supply. Water goes down the drain, and unless there is a problem, you don't really have to think about it again. However, the actions you take will affect how often those problems happen. When considering a major purchase that will affect your home's water usage, you should keep in mind how that purchase might effect your septic system's health. Read More 

Red Cedar And Its Resistance To Fire: Understanding Flame-Spread Ratings

Factors, such as ignition temperature, smoke toxicity and flame-spread potential, are crucial when considering the fire safety rating of building materials. The U.S. is dominated by red cedar, and this type of lumbar has a Class B rating, which has higher levels of chemical retention in comparison to Class C ratings. Many construction projects require materials from places like Rocky Mountain Forest Products with a minimum Class B rating. If you are considering the option of using red cedar, familiarizing yourself with the concept behind flame-spread rating, understanding how it is measured, and being able to compare the rating of the red cedar with other alternatives can help you make a more informed decision. Read More 

How To Clear Your Home’s Clogged Drains

If you are having problems with your home's plumbing system, there are many things you can try to do to solve the problem on your own. As long as you have access to a few common tools and supplies, you can keep your plumbing system in working order. Below are some of the most common home plumbing problems, as well as the steps and tools needed to solve them. Single Clogged Drain Read More