Neighborhood Decluttering Day: Hosting A Cleanup Block Party

Posted on: 20 December 2017

One way to get the community together while making everyone's homes a bit more beautiful is to host a cleanup block party. This neighborhood decluttering day gives you a way to pool your resources, get rid of junk, and get to know your neighbors. Here are a few things you can do to create this event on your block. Rent A Dumpster While you might not have enough clutter to justify renting a dumpster on your own, hosting a community event provides a way for everyone to pitch in and use a large communal dumpster.
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Spring Cleaning? Don'T Forget About The Septic System And Plumbing

Posted on: 23 May 2016

Spring cleaning generally entails cleaning things like your kitchen, windows, baseboards, and more. There is more to cleaning, however, and some things you likely do not consider as part of your spring cleaning to-do list. Two of these things are your septic tank and plumbing system.  Keep reading for some helpful information about this. Clean the Septic Tank Because your septic tank is buried beneath the ground, it is easy to forget about.
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Can Purifying Your Home's Water Help Your Child's Allergies Or Asthma?

Posted on: 5 February 2016

If your child has been diagnosed with allergies, asthma, or another condition that can impair breathing and compromise the immune system, you may be on a constant search for ways to improve your child's environment and lessen his or her discomfort upon exposure to allergens. Because so many allergens and respiratory irritants are airborne, you probably spend more thought on purifying the air your child breathes than the water he or she drinks.
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What To Expect When Switching From A Residential Septic To A Municipal System

Posted on: 1 September 2015

When you're a homeowner that's been mandated to switch from a residential septic system to a municipal treatment outlet, you may be wondering how the process works. Whether you're in line for a grinder pump or a main sewer connection, switching from a septic to a municipal system can be easier if you know what to expect. So if you're getting ready to make the jump from septic tank to city sewage, here's what you should know about the process.
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