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Wells Information

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Wells Information Properly constructed private water supply systems require little routine maintenance. These simple steps will help protect your system and investment. Always use licensed or certified water well drillers and pump installers when a well is constructed, a pump is installed or the system is serviced. An annual well maintenance check, including a bacterial […]

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Water Testing

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Water Testing Water is the universal solvent, and it has the capability of dissolving just about anything. Because of this unique property, water can easily become contaminated. Serious contaminates such as Lead and E. Coli Bacteria may be toxins affecting your family’s health. Listed below are the four major testing categories that we can examine […]

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Swimming Pool Information

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Swimming Pool Information This information can clarify and help answer some questions. Pool types: Pools are available in two types: above ground and in-ground. The type can determine the amount and kind of cleaning methods. Pool materials: Pools come in a variety of different materials, some requiring more maintenance than others. Fiberglass is used for […]

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Radon Information

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What is Radon? Radon comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. The release of this radioactive gas enters the air you breathe, causing a potential health risk to you and your family. Radon gas can be found in just about anywhere. It can get into any type of building — […]

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Polybutylene

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What is Polybutylene? Polybutylene is a form of plastic resin that was used extensively in the manufacture of water supply piping from 1978 until 1995. Due to the low cost of the material and ease of installation, polybutylene piping systems were viewed as “the pipe of the future” and were used as a substitute for […]

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Mold Information

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What is Mold? Molds are fungi. Molds grow throughout the natural and built environment. Tiny particles of mold are present in indoor and outdoor air. In nature, molds help break down dead materials and can be found growing on soil, foods, plant matter, and other items. Molds produce microscopic cells called “spores” which are very […]

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Lead Paint Information

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Lead Paint Information Exposure Lead-based paints were used in many homes prior to its banning by the federal government in 1978. Lead-based paints, as the name implies, contains lead. Many documented cases of lead poisoning can be attributed to lead contamination resulting from the degradation of such paints. Lead-based paints in good condition pose little […]

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Home Selling Tips

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Home Selling Tips Is Your Home Physically Fit? To give your home a competitive edge when it’s time to sell, make sure it is in good physical condition. This not only makes your home more attractive and desirable, it also simplifies the negotiation process when the time comes for the buyer’s pre-purchase inspection. According to […]

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EIFS

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EIFS – Exterior Insulation and Finishing Systems What are EIFS? Exterior Insulation and Finishing Systems (EIFS) are multi-layered exterior wall systems that are used on both commercial buildings and homes. EIFS were introduced in the U.S. almost 30 years ago and were first used on commercial buildings and then later on homes. EIFS typically consist of […]

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Aluminum Wiring Information

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Aluminum Wiring Information Due to implications in numerous house fires, the once common practice of using aluminum wiring during the 1970’s is no longer permitted in new installations in most jurisdictions. If your house has aluminum wiring you do not necessarily need to panic. Aluminum wiring can be just as safe as copper wire as […]

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