Building A Vacation Home? 4 Reasons To Choose A Tankless Water Heater

Posted on: 2 May 2019

If you're building a new vacation home and you're ready to choose a water heater, talk to your contractor about a tankless model. Tankless water heaters provide a variety of benefits for you and your vacation home. Take a look at four of the benefits you'll enjoy when you have your contractor install a tankless water heater in your new vacation home. 1. Protect Your Home From Water Damage  If you're only going to be using your new home for vacations and the occasional weekend getaway, you need to make sure it doesn't sustain water damage. [Read More]

4 Tips To Help You With Maintaining Wells For Longer Lasting Equipment And Pumps

Posted on: 13 March 2019

Well water is something that many rural homes rely on for household plumbing. In addition to the normal maintenance of plumbing, you also have to worry about maintenance and upkeep of your well. Some of the equipment that you have installed may include water treatment systems, pressure tanks and the pump that moves water from the well to your home. Here are some tips to help you with the maintenance of wells for longer lasting equipment and pumps. [Read More]

Why You Need Storage As A Contractor

Posted on: 29 January 2019

As your construction business grows, you need more space. Your large machines, such as loaders, dump trucks, cement mixing machines, skid steers, and trailers, all take up space that you are rapidly running out of. You need a contractor storage yard for many reasons. If you're running out of space to park your large equipment, or have few areas to keep your excess inventory so you can complete client jobs faster, then use this guide to help you decide just how getting this type of storage is best for you. [Read More]

Three Septic Drainfield And Tank Mistakes

Posted on: 17 December 2018

If moving into a suburb or rural area where your property will have a septic system, you may only vaguely realize what such a system entails. A septic system treats all the wastewater (also called liquid waste or effluent) that leaves through your home's drains and pipes. Everything you spill or wash down drains and flush in toilets goes to a septic tank; solids sink and oils drift upward. The cleanest, clearest liquid continues on into the drainfield, also called leach field. [Read More]