Why You Should Think About Upgrading To Spray Foam Insulation

If your old fiberglass insulation is compacted or wet, it isn't working as well as it should. Fiberglass has to be dry and fluffy for it to insulate well. If you need to replace your insulation anyway, you may want to upgrade to spray foam. Spray foam is an excellent insulator and it has other advantages too. Here's why you should consider using it in your home. Blocks Water [Read More]

What Are The Different Types Of Water Well Pumps?

Before city water systems were in place, a well was the main source of water for many homeowners. In early years, a pump was used to bring the water up above the ground's surface so it could be taken inside the home using pails and buckets. As water pumps became more advanced, they were designed to pump water directly into the home through water lines. In some areas of the world, water well pumps are still used to bring water into the homes of those people who do not live in areas where city water systems are available. [Read More]

How To Pour Strong Concrete Footing

A chain link fence is a very effective and affordable way to to temporarily or permanently mark off your yard. Chain link fences are often used as a temporary solution because they are so affordable and easy to install. However, if they are properly installed, they can also be strong, permanent fences. The key to a strong fence is making sure posts are properly installed. This article explains how to pour concrete footing for your posts. [Read More]

Four Modern Spins On The Traditional Medicine Cabinet

Medicine cabinets can bring to mind old bathroom cabinets filled with cotton balls and medications. These days, there are many new features that medicine cabinets can offer that can help make time in the bathroom more efficient. Here are four new trends when it comes to medicine cabinets that you may want to consider in your next bathroom remodel. 1. Locking Sections If you have prescription medications that you would like to keep locked, source a medicine cabinet that features a locking section. [Read More]