3 Ideas To Help You Plan And Build Bio-Filtration For Septic Systems

Posted on: 9 May 2016

If you are looking for more environmentally-friendly solutions for your home, dealing with septic waste is important. Rather than letting it filter through the ground, you may want to improve filtration, which can be done with bio-filtration solutions. These are natural affluent filtration designs that include chambered designs with peat moss filtration or a wetland design, as well as planted drain fields. Here are some ideas to help you with the design and planning of these different types of bio-filtration systems:
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How Do Fire Sprinkler Systems Work During A Home Fire?

Posted on: 20 April 2016

When a home fire occurs, a family can lose all their belongings in a very short time. However, if a home has a fire sprinkler system, this can help put out the fire before it gets out of control. The sprinkler system has a built-in sensor that senses when smoke is inside the home. If a fire begins, the sprinkler system will turn on and the fire can be extinguished more easily.
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6 Tips To Make Your Construction Site Safer

Posted on: 8 March 2016

A construction site may be temporary, since the project will only last a certain amount of time before the building is finished, but it is still very important to invest in the safety of the employees working at the site, as well as the public. A safe construction site decreases liability and can help ensure that a project is finished on time without problems. Use the following tips to ensure that your construction sites are safe:
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Three HVAC Tips For People With Dust Allergies

Posted on: 13 February 2016

Does dust leave you sneezing and tending to watery, itchy eyes? One of the biggest culprits for dust allergies in your own home is your HVAC system. Every time your furnace or air conditioner kicks on, it has the opportunity to blow dust around and right into your face. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to minimize this problem. Upgrade to a HEPA filter. Those flimsy fiberglass air filters might be okay for some people, but as someone with a  dust allergy, you need a better filter.
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