How To Remove Toys, Washcloths, And Other Strange Items From A Toilet

Posted on: 1 August 2016

It is a problem that happens in many homes with young children – the temptation to put something in the toilet that doesn't belong proves too strong. Whether it's a toy, a washcloth, or a random item from the medicine cabinet, the result is usually a clog or overflowing toilet. The following guide can help you tackle this problem. Shut off the water If the toilet is overflowing, your first task is to stop the flow.
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2 Ways To Keep Water Out Of Your Foundation

Posted on: 18 July 2016

If your new house has a basement, you want to make sure that you know how to keep water away from your basement and foundation. If water gets into your basement or foundation, it can cause a lot of damage to your house. There are several easy things that you can do to make sure that water stays out of your basement.  Move Your Downspout One easy thing to do is to move your downspout for your gutters.
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4 Tips For Getting The Most From Your Hydrographic Survey

Posted on: 30 June 2016

Conducting a hydrographic survey is the most accurate way to analyze and map the floor of a body of water. The conditions of a water floor can be turbulent. It is important that the survey be done correctly the first time to avoid any mistakes that will require additional work to accurately map the water floor. The following should be kept in mind when conducting a hydrographic survey: Check Equipment
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FAQ About Submersible Sump Pumps

Posted on: 27 June 2016

Did your basement recently get flooded from heavy rainfall and you are trying to prevent it from happening again? It is in your best interest to make an investment in getting a submersible sump pump installed in the basement. There are actually several ways that sump pumps can protect your house from water damage. In this article, you will learn some helpful information about submersible sump pumps so you can decide if getting one is a good idea.
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