One of the most common homeowner projects is repairing a toilet that continues to run after it has been flushed. Not only is such a toilet noisy, it wastes water. For a few dollars in parts and with some simple tools, you'll quiet that toilet and save a few bucks on your monthly water bill. The Problem You're Fixing Plastic parts in the toilet control the amount of water coming into and going out of the toilet.
Have your old shower doors become dingy or cracked? Are you looking for a way to brighten up the appearance of your bathroom without trading in your glass doors for a traditional shower curtain? If so, the installation of a frameless shower enclosure could be the perfect solution for you. However, before you will be able to upgrade your shower glass, you will first need to effectively remove your old or damaged shower doors, along with the frame that holds them in place.
When something goes wrong in a home, the first things that most people think are, "How much is this going to cost?" and "How am I going to pay for this?" With water damage, the losses can be devastating, as water has a way of finding its way everywhere. If you're facing damage from water, here are a few things to know about your homeowner's insurance policy. There's a difference between flood damage and water damage.
If you live in the country or a rural area, you probably use a septic system to dispose of your waste water and sewage. This type of system uses microbes and organic filters to process the water you use for washing dishes, doing the laundry and flushing the toilet, among other things. A septic system works on a delicate balance. To avoid upsetting this equilibrium, it's important to be careful what you flush, rinse and otherwise dispose of.
Recent security breaches on high profiles retailers that resulted in customers' credit and debit card information being stolen has businesses on the alert for ways to protect their customers. As a small business owner, you more than likely share the same concerns. Here are some tips on how to protect your business and its customers. Secure Business Records Even though a large share of the national security breaches occurred online, you still need to secure the physical records that your business keeps.