Scoria: An Alternative Fill For Your French Drain

Posted on: 19 June 2015
French drains are relatively simple drainage solutions, but when you install one, you have a few options that will make your drain work better and last longer. Most french drains are built using PVC pipes, a fabric liner, and gravel, which is usually crushed stone. However, you can replace the crushed stone in a french drain with various other materials to suit your particular house and land. One material you should consider is scoria.
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Garden Ponds And Trees: Four Hazards To Consider

Posted on: 1 June 2015
A pond can add tranquillity to any space, and, if you add the right plants and foliage, you can also attract a lot of indigenous wildlife. To create the best water features in your garden, it's important to choose the right spot, particularly if you have well-established trees or shrubs. Trees can create a serious headache for gardeners, particularly when it comes to garden ponds. Find out why most gardeners keep their ponds well away from trees, and learn more about the problems you may face.
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What You Should Know About Rope Material And Proper Handling

Posted on: 12 May 2015
Rope is a common object used in construction, and most people think they know all there is to know about it. However, there is lot more to rope than meets the eye. The various materials rope is made from affect its use in a construction setting. In addition, rope of all kinds requires care to maintain safety and longevity. Below is more information about these important considerations: Rope materials There are a variety of materials from which rope is constructed, and making a decision about which type to use involves several factors including cost, load capacity, environment of use, and durability.
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2 Important P-Trap Removal Tips

Posted on: 17 April 2015
If you have a clog in one of your sinks, then you may try to use a plunger, snake, or a commercial clog remover to get rid of the formation.  If these methods do not force the clog loose, then you may need to remove the p-trap underneath the sink.  This trap sits underneath your sink so that dangerous sewer gasses do not force their way up and into your home.
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