Answers to Commonly Asked Questions about Lawn Mower Handling

25 May 2016
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The lawn mower is probably the most frequently-used outdoor power equipment in a homeowner's garage. With proper care and maintenance, your lawn mower can serve you for a long time. This will save you money in costly repairs, equipment inefficiencies and premature failures among other problems. Below are frequently asked questions about mower-handling. What safety precautions should I bear in mind when handling the mower? Like other machinery, lawn mowers must be carefully handled to prevent damage to parts and injury to persons and pets. Read More 

Basics About Different Water Tanks

26 February 2016
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Water tanks come in different, shapes, sizes, and designs. The type of tank you choose depends on your needs, and capacity to buy and keep the tank. If you have a small compound you may opt for some of the latest designs. If you want a tank for your drinking water, beware, not all types of water tanks are fit for you. Below are some basic dynamics of different types of tanks to help you make the right decision. Read More 

Top 4 Fencing Options For Pet Households

21 August 2015
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If you have pets in your home, e.g. dogs or cats, then you have to consider their welfare when choosing a fencing option. Your fence should safeguard them without posing any risk to their well being. With that in mind, several picks rank highly when it comes to choosing the ideal fence for homes with pets. Read on to see what these fence types are. Metal sheet fencing Metal sheets are ideal for pet households because their panels offer 100% privacy to the pets. Read More 

3 Steps to Creating a Greywater and Rainwater Combination Irrigation System

7 July 2015
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If you are an urban gardener, you know the importance of proper irrigation. You also know how costly your water can become, especially during hotter or harsher months. With that in mind, you may have thought about using a greywater system or rainwater system. The truth is you can combine both systems with an irrigation option to reduce your carbon footprint, reduce water bills and increase the amount of water to your plants. Read More 

Emergency Water Supply And Storage

29 April 2015
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If you are like most people, you probably don't give a second thought to your water supply. You just expect that there will always be plenty of water available for you and your family to use. But what if there was a disaster, and that water supply was cut off? Would you have enough water for survival? It is important to always err on the side of caution and be prepared for any type of disaster, including a water shortage. Read More