What source of energy will you use to heat your home? Do you want a water tank or a tankless water heater? Learn more about your options.

Why More Municipalities Are Using Garbage Totes For Trash Collection

14 April 2016
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Rats have been getting a lot of attention lately in two villages in Western New York -- Lancaster and Hamburg. The rats have moved into these communities because many of the surrounding towns and villages have outlawed people throwing trash away in plastic garbage bags and uncovered cans. Those towns and villages have bought totes for the residents to use that rats can't get into. This has made the rats looks elsewhere for food. Read More …

How To Remove Water Stains From Your Wood Paneling

7 April 2016
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If your home or basement was recently flooded, even after the water has retreated, you still have plenty of cleanup to do. If you have wood paneling in your basement or primary house level that now has water stains on it, you may be able to get rid of the water stains without removing and replacing the wood paneling.  Supplies You are going to need to go down to your local hardwood store and purchase some oxalic acid. Read More …

Choosing Propane As An Indoor And Outdoor Energy Source

17 February 2016
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If you are planning the construction of a new home, you have to choose an energy source. Will you use electricity, natural gas or propane to power the many appliances within and outside of your home? Propane is one option to give careful consideration. Benefits of Propane Efficiency – Propane appliances can save you money over the years with decreased energy costs. This is especially true when you compare the use of propane versus the use of electricity. Read More …

Guarantee Stability And Avoid Untimely Ruptures - A Guide To Maintaining Your Home’s Septic Tank

6 July 2015
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Moving out to a rural area can be a great way to establish a safe and rewarding home for your family while avoiding the hassles that come with more urban environments. However, those moves also require sacrificing some of the conveniences that come with denser living environments. Most rural homes rely on septic tanks rather than centralized sewer systems, so keeping those tanks in their best shape can fall to the home owner. Read More …

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what power source is best for your home?

There are so many things to consider when building a new home. What source of energy will you use to heat your home? Do you want a water tank or a tankless water heater? Will the water heater that you choose be powered by electricity or gas? What is the best power source to use to do your best to protect the environment from greater harm? My blog will show you what your options are and what options are least damaging to the environment. What you learn here will help you make an educated decision about the power source for your home.