Emergency Response Procedure in the Event of a Natural Gas Leak

There are a lot of ways to detect that there is a natural gas leak in your home but the most common sign is the distinctive rotten-egg smell of natural gas. When most people enter their houses and smell a gas leak, they often get into panic mode because of not knowing how to handle the situation. As a result, they end up acting wrongly and inefficiently as regards responding to the emergency they are faced with. Read More 

Tips for Building a Raised Vegetable Patch Using Treated Pine Sleepers

Not only do you want your backyard area to look stylish and add to the curb appeal of your home, but you also want it to be functional. A raised vegetable garden can be a great way for you to get the most use out of your backyard and allow you to grow your own vegetables. A large raised vegetable garden can be the ideal way for you to grow the vegetable and herbs that you desire. Read More 

Getting a Carport? Follow These Tips First

If you are looking for a way to protect your vehicle without having to park it in your garage, building a carport is a great option. These are relatively easy to put together, or you can have one built for you on your property. There are many ways to have a carport, without requiring you to install it over concrete. Here are some tips to follow when having a carport built or installed. Read More 

Pipe Sprung A Leak? 4 Steps To Temporarily Fix A Leaking Bathroom Sink Pipe

Your bathroom sink is a vital feature for brushing teeth, shaving and washing hands. Over time, the sink pipe may spring a leak, which can cause severe water wastage. This trickling water can also make its way into wall crevices, affecting the structural integrity of your home. If your leak is small or large, you can undertake a temporary fix until professional plumbers arrive to solve the problem. These steps will help you in your quest to fix a leaking bathroom sink pipe. Read More 

Possible Leak: Five Essential Tips for Finding a Plumbing Leak in Your Home

If your water bill is unusually high or if you have just turned on the water in your home after having it off for an extended time period, you may want to check for a water leak. Failing to find a plumbing leak can result in massive water damage that may even lead to structural issues in your home. Luckily, however, detecting a leak is easy. 1. Read the Water Meter Read More