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How To Replace A Leaking Pressure Relief Valve In An Electric Water Heater

The pressure relief valve on a water heater is an important safety sensor that ensures the heating water doesn't become overly pressurized. The excess pressure could cause the heater to crack or even explode so you shouldn't take the problem lightly. If you see water dripping from the valve itself, the part needs replaced. Replacing the part is important and an easy enough task to perform on your own with some caution. Read More 

Decorative And Architectural Custom Fiberglass Adds Flair To Your Construction Project

Custom fiberglass has many applications. Fiberglass is a reinforced polymer that can be molded to meet the needs of almost any project. Whether you are trying to create a decorative element for the outside of a building, or looking for architectural support made from fiberglass, the options for custom fiberglass are endless. You can use it to create a sign, fountain, fence, or decorative piece for your yard or walkway. Read More 

3 Ways To Ensure A Fruitful Garden

When planting a garden, unfortunately, you can't just throw some seeds down into the soil and then enjoy the fruits of your garden come harvest time. Creating a fruitful garden that is healthy and productive takes a bit of work. There are a few easy things that you can do to ensure that you have a garden that grows plentifully and will yield you great rewards.  Use The Right Topsoil  Read More 

Saving Personal Items From A Household Flood

The flood waters are gone and you're left with a home full of soggy personal effects. It's time to sort through everything to see what can be saved. Here is what you need to understand about the impact of the flood water on your items and how to save as much as you can. The Flood Water Source is the Primary Concern Flood water may be contaminated with a variety of organic materials, some of which can make you ill. Read More 

4 Things To Do Before Installing A New Fence

Installing a new fence surrounding your property is probably ideal if the older fence is no longer holding up as it once used to. You may also desire better privacy than your current fence provides or better curb appeal. Installing a fence can be easy work, but here are four things you must do before starting the process: Talk to Your Neighbors: If you are wanting to install a new fence, you are probably going to have to get your neighbors involved if the fence will also be a part of their property. Read More