As homeowners, many of us take a great deal of pride in being able to solve problems and make repairs to our homes. However, even though many of us are skilled in certain areas or aspects of home maintenance, repair, and remodeling, attempting a repair that is beyond our capabilities can have drastic consequences on our bank accounts.
Water fluoridation has been a standard procedure for most municipalities for a very long time. Some people, however, object to having fluoride added to their water. In fact, what some people want is to have water that is as close to pure as possible coming out of their faucet when they go to take a drink.
Ah, the kitchen faucet. It’s hard to believe how far it’s progressed. New advancements allow for you to turn on water with a sensor and sleek looks can upgrade the entire look of your kitchen.
We’ve seen it time and time again and it’s a smart concept – first pick the kitchen faucet, then redesign your kitchen around it. Why? The look of your faucet is the focal point of your entire kitchen. To help inspire you, we’ve compiled some of our favorite faucet designs in a showcase that will allow you to choose your favorite features and looks. Then, when you’ve settled on a few ideas, give us a call! We look forward to helping you install the new faucet and ensure it’s working properly.
We don’t really think about it. We purchase a bottled water from the convenience store in the morning, then another one at lunch, and just one more on the way home from the gym. That’s three bottles of water a day at least. Bottled water is marketed as a “healthy, safe alternative” from the dirt and grime from your tap water. They are wrapped in pictures of pristine pools, sparkling lakes, and deer drinking from sunlight drenched, crystal clear water. But there’s more to the water business than you realize.