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Buying A New Home? Don’t Discount The Importance Of Radon Testing

The United States Environmental Protection Agency claims that nearly 20,000 of the lung cancer deaths that occur every year are caused by radon exposure. If you're in the market to buy a new house, don't overlook the importance of asking about radon exposure risks. Whether the home has already been tested or still needs evaluation, here's a look at what you need to know before you sign the papers. If Testing Has Been Done Read More 

Natural Household Products That Clean And Unclog Your Garbage Disposal

While many homeowners wait for their garbage disposal to clog and then call for help from a plumber, there are many natural ingredients in your own house that can clean and maintain your garbage disposal, preventing clogs from ever forming. The combination of ingredients you use for your garbage disposal will depend on the state of the disposal. When flushing your garbage disposal with these products, you may use any combination that will address the needs of your garbage disposal unit: Read More 

Scratch Below The Surface To Find The Best Alternative For Your Home’s Counter-Tops

If you are planning on buying new counter-tops for your home, you may have your eye on granite slab or chunky wood materials. These are attractive choices, and ones that have stood the test of time for buyers widely. There are some common issues, however, that may arise from certain materials when used in busy, family kitchens, and some thoughtful alternatives that may prove to be prudent options: Solid slab stone counter-tops: Read More 

3 Reasons You Need To Fix Your Lawn Grading – Before Disaster Strikes

Lawn or yard grading refers to the sloping angle of the ground around your home. Experts say that the yard should grade away from your home with at least two additional inches of downward slope per every 10 feet of yard. Minor grade problems, such as a higher mound in the yard, can likely be solved with a rake and/or shovel. For major grading issues, you want to contact an excavation and grading company before disaster strikes. Read More 

Why You Need A Metal Utility Building On Your Residential Property

If you're interested in making optimal use of your land, extending your utility space with a metal building is the way to go. From expansive barn-sized structures to tiny storage sheds, metal utility buildings offer your residential property a lot of advantages. So whether you want a shop for your tools or an extra place for guests to lay their heads, you need to know why it pays to have a metal utility building. Read More