If you are like most homeowners, you struggle to keep leaves and debris from clogging your roof drainage system. Clogged gutters are not just unsightly; they can lead to water getting into your home and all of the issues associated. Clogged gutters can also lead to damaged landscaping and poor curb appeal. One way to help keep your gutters clean and free of debris is to invest in seamless gutters. [Read More]
What Can Cause Waves In A New Roof?
After all of the time, expense and trouble of having a roof installed, you may be disappointed to see that the new shingles are curling and deforming, creating a wave pattern across the roof. Besides being unattractive, this problem can also shorten the lifespan of your new roof and leave it more vulnerable to leaks and missing shingles in the future. There are a few probable causes behind a wavy roof, and with the help of professional roofing contractors, you should be able to both diagnose the issue and begin considering solutions. [Read More]
Three Ways To Integrate Bio Filtration Systems Into Your Septic System
If you are concerned about your septic system contaminating ground water, bio filtration systems can be a good solution for your home. These systems include filtration medium like peat moss and wetland designs to filter the waste from your septic system. If you want to have a bio filtration system, here are some of the options you have to integrate eco-friendly drainage solutions into your septic system: 1. Using A Mound System With Living Plants For Filtration [Read More]
Things You Should Never Flush Down Into Your Septic System--And What You Should Do With Them Instead
Your septic system relies on a delicate balance of waste water, scum, solids and helpful bacteria in order to function properly. When the solids build up too quickly or when the bacteria is killed in the tank, your septic system can malfunction. This balance can be disrupted when the wrong things are flushed down your household toilets and sink drains. The following items should never be flushed down your septic tank. [Read More]