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Maintaining An Unused Well

The addition of a neighborhood to a city water system doesn't mean an underground well water source needs to be closed off. However, if you're not going to use the well, you need to either decommission it permanently or maintain it as if it were going to be used again in the future. If you choose the second option and have already been using the well, continue with your regular maintenance.

What You Should Do If Your Business Has Experienced Flood Damage

When you are a business owner, the last thing you probably think about on a daily basis is the potential for a catastrophic event like a flood or a tornado. But those types of events are always a possibility, whether they are on your mind regularly or not. You may even realize this first-hand if you own a business that has recently suffered flood damage, either from a natural disaster or a burst pipe.

How Tankless Water Heaters Differ From Storage Hot Water Heaters

Are you in the process of building a new home and are wondering what kind of water heater to get? Two of the most popular types include the traditional water heater, which is also called either a tank or storage water heater, and a tankless water heater. There are pros and cons to each type of water heater and you will need to choose the one that best suits the needs of your household.

3 Features To Consider When Building A Custom Home

Building a custom home is the ultimate goal for many homeowners. When you are in the planning stages, this is the best time to consider your current and future needs, and how the configuration of your home can grow with you. Efficiency The efficiency of your home is not just a matter of the appliances you install later, but the way your home is configured. For example, whenever space permits, you should stick with a single-floor home.

3 Water Well Pump Issues Homeowners Should Know About And Solutions For Them

If you have a water well on your property, one of the more important components to keep an eye on is its pump. It's what directs water out of the well and into your home for various activities. Here are three important issues you should be aware of and steps for handling them.  Loss in Water Pressure   Imagine going into the shower and finding its pressure lacking. This can be frustrating and prevent you from getting ready for the day.