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Common Plumbing Issues Solved

Hi, my name is Clint Hastings and I've written this blog as a source of information about plumbing problems. I like to fix things around the house and through the years, I've learned a lot about plumbing systems and how they work. It wasn't always by choice, but when you wake up to a bathtub full of sewage or your kitchen sink won't drain, you've got to do something to fix the problem. All through my blog, you'll learn about common plumbing problems, troubleshooting tips and how to make simple repairs to get your water running again. Since running water is something that's used every day, I think it's important to know how to fix minor plumbing issues. Not every plumbing issue is simple to fix, so I'll also let you know when it's time to put down the wrench and call a professional plumber.

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3 Signs Your Fence Could Benefit From Having A Trench Around It

There is no doubt about it, having a fence in place on your property provides a wealth of advantages as a property owner. However, in some cases, a fence can seem illogical because of issues with water. Even if you have issues with water on or around your property, it does not necessarily mean that you should not erect a fence. One of most common solutions is trenching near the fence line. Read More 

Which Concrete Repair Option Is Best For A Damaged Driveway?

When your concrete driveway starts falling apart, you want to get it fixed fast. However, the best repair option for your situation will depend on what type of damage the concrete has sustained and what caused it. Here are three types of concrete repair and the type of issues they can address. Concrete Resurfacing Cracks and holes in the surface of the concrete is one of most common types of driveway damage. Read More 

Four Ways To Save Money When Having A Custom Home Built

If you've decided to have a custom home built rather than buying one that had already been lived in, then you're probably aware that this process won't be cheap. The best builders know what their work is worth. But while it's worth it to pay for a home that is exactly what you want, there's no reason to overpay, either! Here are four ways to save when having a custom home built. Read More 

Looking To Help Your Roof Last As Long As Possible? Follow These Three Tips!

If you have just had a new roof installed, you may be looking to help your new roof last as long as possible. The lifespan for your new roof varies based on the material the roof is made from, the weather elements the roof is subjected to and how well you care for the roof. Here are three different ways you can help to properly care for your roof and help it last as long as possible. Read More 

Elements To Include In Your Sunroom Addition

If you're looking to add to your home's square footage, which can give you and your family more space to enjoy, as well as increase the value of your home, a room addition is a worthwhile pursuit. One type of addition that you may enjoy is a sunroom — a room that contains plenty of windows, often added to whatever side of your home gets the most sunlight. This spot can be perfect for reading the morning newspaper with a cup of coffee, enjoying creative pursuits such as painting or knitting, or just curling up with a book. Read More