3 Steps Towards Creating A Trash Removal Plan For Your Next Move

If you are planning on moving soon, one of the things that you need to do is go through all the stuff inside of your house and determine what you want to keep and what you want to get rid of. There is no point in taking things that you don't use with you to your new home. To help make the entire moving process go easier, you need a plan to manage all the trash that is going to be generated as you go through your home. [Read More]

3 Septic Lift Station Maintenance Tips

When you use a septic system for your plumbing, you need to know how best to maintain your lift station. The lift station is a mechanism that collects sewage and stores it so that it can be transported to a higher elevation. Because a malfunction in this system can potentially create problems for your plumbing, not to mention a big mess, you should learn some important lift station maintenance tips. Follow these guidelines to maintaining the lift so that you can take great care of your plumbing overall. [Read More]

How To Avoid Buying A Flood Damaged Vehicle

According to FloodSmart.gov, all fifty states have had floods or flash floods in the past five years. Knowing how to identify flood damage on any vehicle is essential when buying a used car. Nothing is more lethal to a car's integrity than untreated water damage. There are certain precautions you can take to avoid buying a flood damaged vehicle. When in doubt, ask to take the vehicle on a test drive. You'll be able to tell immediately if something isn't quite right. [Read More]

Septic Tank 101: Care And Maintenance Tips For The First Time Home Buyer

A septic tank is one of those elements of a house that nobody really likes to talk about; after all, septic tanks are literally tanks that hold waste that is flushed down toilets and drains – not exactly a desirable topic of conversation. However, while discussing a septic tank may not be the centerpiece of great discussion, it is far better to talk about an unpleasant topic than to have something as unpleasant as having your septic system back up into your yard and home happen. [Read More]