Three Telltale Indicators Of Lead Paint In Your Home

Posted on: 1 February 2018

Home is supposed to be where you and your family feel safe. However, home is also where you probably spend a good portion of your time, which means environmental threats within your home can make you really sick. Lead paint is the perfect example of something inside of your home that can lead to a lot of health concerns. However, most homeowners and regular house owners don't know how to know if they have lead-based paint in their home.
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Learn How To Have Your Older Home's Crawl Space Waterproofed Quickly And Easily

Posted on: 20 March 2017

When you purchase an older home, there are many different things that need to be looked over to ensure that you and your family have the safest place to live that you possibly can. One important area that needs to be checked right away is the crawl space. You want to be sure that it's properly waterproofed so that moisture is not collecting in the space, allowing mold to grow. The guide below walks you through what to inspect when your crawl space needs to be waterproofed.
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What Is A Gear Pump?

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When it comes to getting fluids from one place to another, there are several different kinds of pumps. One type of pump is a gear pump.  Gear Pump A gear pump is a positive displacement pump. That means that it makes whatever fluid it's pumping move by trapping some of that fluid and then pushing, or displacing it, into a discharge pipe. A gear pipe does this by using meshing gears.
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Vacation End with a Flooded Bathroom? 3 Steps to Clean Up the Mess

Posted on: 13 December 2016

If you came home from a weekend away and found out that your bathroom had flooded, you'll need to get things cleaned up fast. The longer the water stands, the bigger risk you have of encountering mold growth. This is particularly true if you have standing water in your bathroom. Here are three steps to take if you've encountered a watery mess in your home. Open the Windows If you've got standing water in your home, you'll need to open all the windows.
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