Plumbing Supplies for Your Mobile Home

Posted on: 28 August 2017

As a mobile home owner, you know the importance of having the right replacement parts and pieces if something should go wrong. You also know that some mobile home parts are not interchangeable with traditional homes or plumbing supplies. If you are trying to prepare for a potential issue with your plumbing, by having certain supplies on hand, then you may want to consider the following items. Replacement Kitchen Faucet Hose and Attachments
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3 Benefits of Using a Concrete Pump Rather Than a Bucket and Crane

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Once the concrete mix you plan to use on your work site is ready, it will need to be delivered to the area you plan to lay the surface. Traditionally, this was achieved using a bucket attached to a crane. However, pumping the concrete using a concrete pump is becoming an increasingly popular option due to the advantages it offers. Below is a guide to 3 benefits of using a concrete pump.
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How to Conduct a DIY Home Electrical Inspection

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Every year, Australian homeowners are seriously injured or killed by electrical faults in their homes. Studies have found that the home is the place where most reported electrical accidents happen, with around 35% happening in a domestic setting. The majority of these electrical accidents occur because domestic electrical systems are not inspected on a regular basis. In some homes, the electrical system will not have been inspected and maintained since it was first installed many years before.
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2 Ways Your Stormwater Drainage System Could Fail If You Don't Hire an Expert

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Stormwater drainage systems may seem simple in principle, but getting them to work efficiently takes careful planning and installation. If you're in need of stormwater management, employing the services of a contractor experienced in drainage is imperative. If you don't, poor planning and execution could lead one or more components of your system to fail. Many people believe that the main cause of drainage failure is lack of maintenance and shoddy repairs, but using an inexperienced contractor could mean your system is doomed to fail structurally before you even get to the maintenance stage.
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