Should I get My Well Water tested? by Adam Sigler and Jim Bauder Originally published by Montana State University Why test my well water? What to test for? When should I get my water tested and how often? Why test my well water People who are on municipal water supplies have a vast set of […]
Originally published by The Minnesota Department of Health What are VOCs? Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs) are carbon-containing compounds that evaporate easily from water into air at normal air temperatures. (This is why the distinctive odor of gasoline and many solvents can easily be detected.) VOCs are contained in a wide variety of commercial, industrial and […]
After 90 years, Sears has agreed to sell Craftsmen to Stanley Black & Decker. Read more at Popular Mechanics
Some true head-scratchers courtesy of This Old House.
Courtesy of Structure Tech…
Good Article on when you should or shouldn’t move… Unfortunately, situations like this happen. Homeowners fall in love with their home until a four-lane highway goes in behind their house, or a home renovation gone wrong makes their neighborhood look more like a scene from The Money Pit than The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. […]
Originally published in (NACHI) by Joseph Truini for The Home Depot There is perhaps no more appropriately named plumbing fixture in the whole world than the tankless water heater. No deception, no confusion: It’s a water heater that has no hot-water storage tank. So, where does the hot water come from? Good question! Tankless water […]