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Emergency Generators: Choosing The Right One For Your Needs

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In the early 2000s, it was almost unthinkable to invest in a backup or emergency generator. But with the advent of rolling blackouts, natural disasters, and electricity shortages, many homeowners are now making the jump into owning an generator. A recent survey found that almost 25 percent of adults in the U.S. experienced a power outage of 12 hours or more between 2012 and 2014. In the Northeast, the number was 35 percent.…

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4 Reasons Why Your Water Well Yield Is Low

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Do you have a water well on your property? Are you having trouble getting enough water from the yield on a regular basis? If your water yield seems low or the pressure from your faucets and shower heads is low, then you likely have a problem in the well itself. It could be a problem that was caused by errors in the water well drilling or it could just be a natural result from the soil shifting around the well.…

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Why Solar Panels Are More Attractive Than Ever

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You might have an image of solar panels as being extremely bulky boxes that cost a fortune to install, but the truth is that today’s solar panels are a lot more attractive than they once were. Here are a few reasons why it’s time for you to consider going solar: You’ll save money in the long run. This is a huge reason to make the move to solar. Contrary to what some might think, solar panels are not prohibitively expensive, and they usually pay for themselves in a matter of years.…

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Benefits Of A Roll Off Dumpster

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First thing is first, a roll off dumpster is a container that is designed to slip onto the back of a specialized dumpster vehicle. The top of the container is frequently open, and this allows for a large amount of debris to be easily stored in it. There are many benefits of choosing a roll off dumpster over other dumpsters, and here are just a few: 1. Size Ranges Roll off dumpsters are available in nearly every size imaginable.…

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Alternatives To Bottled Water In Your Home: What You Should Know

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As you are concerned about the health of your family, you may have been opting to purchase bottled water for drinking and maybe even for brushing your teeth and other uses. However, the cost and environmental impact that bottled water has make the prospect of continued use undesirable. Luckily, there are several viable alternative options to bottled water that are more environmentally friendly and cost effective. All you need to do is get to know these options and choose one that works best for you and your family.…

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Gumption And Grime: A Beginner's Guide To Dumpster Diving

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Are you interested in finding hidden treasures or making a little money from scraps? You may want to give dumpster diving a shot. Believe it or not, dumpster diving is legal in the U.S. because of California vs. Greenwood. Of course, there are some caveats with that ruling. Every town has its own local codes and it’s illegal to go through someone’s dumpster if it’s on private property or if they have it closed off.…

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