Heating Oil Spill Causing Odor Issues? Here's How To Remove The Stench

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Have you had a home heating oil spill, and are struggling to remove the smells that it has left behind? If so, you will be pleased to learn that you can remove the odors that have been left behind in your concrete surfaces. Here, you will learn how to take out the stink that the heating oil has left behind in your concrete. Direct Cleanup The best way to put a stop to the smells the heating oil leaves behind is by acting fast when the spill occurs.
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Common Questions About Excavation Services Answered

Posted on: 21 January 2015

One of the most important parts of any construction project is ensuring that there is a stable foundation in place. This usually entails removing large amounts of soil from the area, but many homeowners do not understand the excavation process. As a result, they will likely need a couple of questions answered if they are needing to hire an excavation contractor: Can Excavation Contractors Help With Expanding A Basement? A basement can be an excellent way to add more space to your home without dramatically increasing the cost of the building project.
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How To Get Your Christmas Lights Down Without Killing Yourself

Posted on: 20 January 2015

Putting Christmas lights up on your home every year is a challenge, especially when you live in the northern half of the United States. Here, where the temperatures are below forty degrees Fahrenheit half the year, it means that you have to take the warmest day you can get in late November or early December to put up your lights. The weather is almost never conducive to this task, so you do the next best thing: put the lights up on your house when it is not raining or snowing.
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Main Sewer Line Clog? Here Is How To Use A Sewer Drain Snake

Posted on: 15 January 2015

If your drains are running slow but you can't seem to get them unclogged, it might actually be due to a clog of the main sewer line. Using a small auger in your shower drain or a plunger in your toilet isn't going to help when the main sewer line is involved. Instead, you will need a heavy-duty sewer drain snake. Here are tips for using this type of snake and unclogging your main sewer line.
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