2016

Troubleshooting Tips For A Garbage Disposal

Chances are that you use your kitchen's garbage disposal every single day, so a broken garbage disposal will be a huge inconvenience when it's not working. Before contacting a plumber to fix it for you, try troubleshooting it by yourself with these tips. You may even be able to solve the problem yourself.  Humming Sound Do you turn on the garbage disposal only to hear a constant humming sound instead of the sound of food grinding up?

Good Rules To Follow During A Commercial Exterior Painting Project

As a business owner, you already know that keeping the exterior of your commercial building in tip-top shape is an easy way to keep your business in a positive light. Because of this, it is likely that you will have your building painted with a fresh coat of paint every so often just to keep things looking their best. While having your building painted is one of the most simple projects to undertake, it does not come without concerns.

"Can Berber Be Plush?" and Other Carpeting Questions Answered

Carpeting is a very personal choice from the standpoint that there are numerous types of carpet available and dozens of options for each type of carpet. Ergo, if you are looking to buy and install carpet, you may have lots of questions that require answers. Here are some questions and answers regarding carpeting to get you started. Can Berber Be Plush? As a general rule, berber carpet is not plush because of the very nature of the carpet type itself.

Why You Should Hire a Professional Well Drilling Company

If you're an avid do-it-yourselfer, you might think that digging a well on your property will be simple. After all, why should you pay a professional when you know how to dig a hole yourself? Drilling or digging a well isn't always as easy as it seems. While you could dig a well on your property, there are several reasons why you should hire a professional to do the job. 

3 Ways To Recycle Old Drywall In Your Garden

When completing any major home renovation, you will likely tear down quite a bit of your home's existing drywall. Most homeowners send this old drywall to the dump, where it contributes to the overcrowding of landfills. Instead of throwing out your old drywall, try recycling it instead. Here are three simple ways that you can recycle your old drywall during a home renovation in the future. 1. Line your garden paths to prevent weed growth.