Steps To Take Before Building A Fence

Posted on: 12 July 2015

You may need a fence for many reasons: to keep your children safe, to keep your pets restrained, or to keep your swimming pool legal. Although some people choose to install fencing themselves, a contractor is often a better option. No matter who does the work, you will need to do some research before construction begins in order to make certain your new fence is legal. Restrictions  If your property is subject to municipality or neighborhood restrictions, you need to check to see what type of fence you are allowed to erect.
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What You Should Know About Landscaping Over Your Leach Field

Posted on: 26 June 2015

Septic system leach fields benefit from proactive landscaping. When you plant any greens over the leach field, it provides some stability to the soil, reducing the risk of erosion. The plants will also help improve the oxygen exchange that keeps the soil around your leach field healthy. A standard layer of sod is sufficient for this, but you can invest in flowers and thorough leach field landscaping if you want to help improve your property's appearance.
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Three Tips To Help You Pick The Right Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 15 June 2015

When you realize that your home's roof is in urgent need of replacing, it's always best to get job quotes from three or four roofing companies and pick the one that suits you best. Of course, you know that it's important to confirm each company you consider is licensed, ensured and experienced, but beyond these three areas, it can be challenging knowing exactly how to weigh the companies you're considering. Provided each company you contact has all the right paperwork, there are three other important questions to ask before you officially hire one company to do the work.
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Want A Water Feature In Your Landscape? Make A Small Pond With No Electricity Needed

Posted on: 2 June 2015

Obtaining a unique and beautiful landscape is something that many homeowners dream about. If you're one of them, you might be hoping for a unique water feature in your backyard that doesn't need electricity to be beautiful. This guide explains how you can create your own pond in your backyard in just an afternoon.  Step 1: Collect Your Supplies Before you begin this project, gather the following supplies so that you can have them handy while you work:
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