Keep Your Septic Tank Working Properly By Doing Laundry The Right Way

Posted on: 20 April 2016

Many people do not realize how much doing their laundry can affect the septic system in their house. There is a right and a wrong way to do your laundry. Use the guide that follows to make sure that you do not damage your septic tank by doing your laundry improperly. Do Not Wash All of Your Laundry on One Day The first thing you need to do is to avoid washing all of your laundry in one day.
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From Homestead To Hamburger Stand: How A Plumber Can Help Turn Your RV Into A Food Truck

Posted on: 19 April 2016

If you are interested in opening up a food truck, you will be looking for a truck that is clean and comfortable for employees and customers. The cost of the food and license for a year is likely to be much lower than the cost of a brand new food truck. Food trucks themselves can run in the upper tens of thousands of dollars. One way you can create a food truck for less is to utilize an RV.
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Replace That Noisy Ineffective Garbage Disposal Unit Yourself

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Your old garbage disposal can become so noisy that you don't bother to use it anymore. Thankfully, you can replace it easily yourself if you use the same make and model of garbage disposal unit. That way you'll be able to use the same mounting hardware on your sink. Here is how you can replace that old unit with a quieter, more efficient garbage disposal. Supplies You'll Need flat-blade screwdriver channel lock pliers wire cutters/strippers small bucket old rags for cleanup Step-By-Step Instructions
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Prevent Plumbing Disasters Before They Happen: 3 Signs To Look For

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Plumbing disasters are costly and could potentially cause a great deal of damage to your home. Some problems, such as mold and bacteria, can linger long after the water has drained and dry and the problem is fixed. Fortunately, there are ways to predict or prevent many plumbing problems before they actually happen. Here are three things you can look out for before a disaster happens. Check for leaks: A small leak may not seem like much of a problem, but it could be a disaster in the making.
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