Subtle Signs That Your Home Might Need Foundation Repair

Posted on: 1 May 2018

It's never good to put off repairing a home's foundation when needed, as a damaged foundation can allow a home to shift and settle, so that the framework of the structure may then crack. In turn, outside heat and cold might get in through those cracks, increasing the home's utility bills, and the home might also suffer water damage and resultant mould. A settling and shifting foundation can also mean cracks along interior walls, floors and ceilings.
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Four Ways to Clear Your Drains

Posted on: 2 April 2018

Regardless of whether the blockage is in the kitchen and you now have an overflow of food in your sink and the telltale smells of mouldy waste, or in the bathroom thanks to some unruly teenagers not doing their chores, a blocked drain is a pain for all the family, and it can be worryingly costly for the bill payer. While ongoing maintenance is the best way to prevent a blocked drain from happening, there is no need to despair, as most drains can be easily unblocked.
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3 Aspects to Consider When Planning for Drilling of Your Private Residential Well

Posted on: 2 March 2018

One of the things you will need to do before commencing construction of your new house is to establish a reliable source of clean water supply. If your building site is located in an area that is not served by municipal water supply, drilling a private well may be the best solution. Before you can start drilling a well on your property, there are many important things you should think through, including:
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How to Protect Your Timber Wall Frames From Termites

Posted on: 4 January 2018

Timber wall frames are one of the most popular options for homes, but if you live in an area with a lot of termites, you may be wondering how to ensure that you keep termites out of your wall frames. Ideally, you need to take a multi-pronged approach. Take a look at these tips. Store Wood Carefully Before Building Whilst you are getting ready to build your home, make sure that you store the wood carefully.
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