Ways to Convince Pests to Leave Your Yard Alone

Posted on: 26 August 2015

If you live in an area where pests such as raccoons, skunks, bears, and deer are rampant, you want to do everything in your power to keep those pests from hanging out in your yard. Otherwise, they can get in your trash cans, destroy your garden, bring ticks in your yard, spread diseases, and even pose a safety risk to your pets and family. There are some simple steps you can take to make your yard less attractive to these pests.
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3 Signs That It's Your Well And Not Your Plumbing That Is Causing Poor Water Pressure

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you have well water and are dealing with poor water pressure, you could be wondering if it's your well or your plumbing that is causing the problem. Although both problems could cause water pressure issues, there are a few ways that you can determine the difference. These are a few signs that your water pressure issues are being caused by your well and not your plumbing. If these things apply to you, then it's time to call a well pump service professional (such as one from Seismic Drilling) to come out and take a look at your well.
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How To Clean Your Roof Of Algae Stains

Posted on: 28 July 2015

Algae stains are ugly. They create dark streaks that go across your roof and cause it to not blend with the rest of the house. This is very frustrating for homeowners because it can lower a house's overall worth. As a result, many homeowners are taking the war against algae into their own hands by cleaning the algae themselves or hiring a roof repair contractor to do it for them. If your roof needs any other repairs, contact a roofer like Golden Spike Roofing Inc.
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Four Ways To Protect Your Home Against Storm Damage

Posted on: 2 July 2015

Whether you live in Tornado Alley, along a hurricane coast, or just have frequent wind or hail storms to contend with, taking steps to make your home more secure against storm damage is a smart idea. The following four security ideas provide the utmost in safety. #1: Get Ready for Impact The windows on your home are the biggest concern during any storm. Wind, hail, or blowing debris can shatter the glass or break a wooden door.
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