Choosing The Best Blades For Your Lawn Mower

Posted on: 25 May 2016

If your lawn mower is simply not cutting your grass as cleanly as it should any longer, then it may be time to opt for new mower blades. Mower blades are made from high-carbon steel that makes them hard and durable. Mower blades can be sharpened every few months so they cut better. However, the blades can bend, warp, and become nicked after several years of use. It is wise to purchase a new blade when you start to see noticeable wear.
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5 Add-ons to Ask About Before Ordering Gutter Cleaning

Posted on: 27 April 2016

Experts say that a standard gutter cleaning usually costs between $125-$175. However, this price is dependent on several factors such as the size of your gutter system and the slope of your roof. It is also important to note that different companies include different services in the cost of a cleaning. Below are five services you should ask about when you order gutter cleaning.  Gutter Flow Assessment  One of the main reasons to clean your gutters regularly is to help ensure proper flow of water through your gutters and away from your home.
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Debunking Two Common Myths About Sump Pumps

Posted on: 5 April 2016

A sump pump can literally save your home when floods strike. Yet many people hesitate to invest in a sump pump, simply because they hold erroneous ideas about this beneficial appliance. If you would like to get your facts straight about sump pumps, read on. This article will debunk two of the most persistent myths about sump pumps. Sump pumps are complicated machines. This myth owes its existence to the fact that many people fail to understand how a sump pump works.
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Considering a Water Recycling or Collection System? What Are Your Best Options?

Posted on: 1 April 2016

Whether you live in a drought-prone area and are required to ration water during hot weather or are simply trying to reduce your home's water consumption to lower your utility costs, you may be considering installing a water recycling and rainwater collection system in your home. With the average American family using 400 gallons of water each day, reducing your water consumption by installing water-efficient appliances and reusing your "grey water"
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