Designing A Residential Irrigation System

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Access to outdoor water can help you keep your home's landscape looking lush. Many homeowners live in areas where irrigation water can serve their outdoor watering needs. If you are thinking about installing a residential irrigation system on your property, it's important that you design the system carefully to prevent problems in the future. Here are three tips to keep in mind as you design your residential irrigation system to help ensure the system will be equipped to meet your needs.
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How Important Is It To Know The Age Of Your Plumbing System?

Posted on: 9 December 2016

Do you know how old your plumbing system really is? That age can tell you a lot about the current and near-future state of your plumbing. It can let you know if you need to upgrade, make changes, or replace components. Age can also give you an explanation if you have constant problems, or always find yourself in need of repairs. Getting Age from Local Government The best way to tell age is to procure property records.
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Exterior Painting Prep Steps Many People Leave Out And Why You Shouldn't Forget Them

Posted on: 27 November 2016

When people decide to do their own residential exterior painting, they tend to leave out some prep steps. These important prep steps can make all the difference in how your home's exterior paint job looks. If you decide you are going to do your own exterior painting rather than hire a professional, here are those steps that other DIY house painters miss, and why you should not forget to do them.
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Why You Should Consider Building A Fabric Structure On Your Farm

Posted on: 18 November 2016

Do you need more buildings on your farm to house animals, store feed, or manage compost? If so, you should consider installing a Clear Span fabric structure instead of a more traditional metal or wood building. Not only can building a fabric structure save you money, there are several other benefits to building a fabric structure instead of wood or metal. Fast to Construct Fabric structures require little architectural planning. They are typically made of two parts: a steel frame and fabric cover.
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