A Brighter Space

How Residential Foundation Problems Are Resolved

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If your home has started to develop cracks around its foundation, then you need to understand that it may have a major foundational issue or a simple drainage problem that can easily be rectified. Foundation drainage issues can often be fixed by just re-grading your property or installing a French drain; major foundational problems can require that your entire house be jacked up and piers installed below it. The repair cost will vary widely depending on the cause of the foundation’s problem and how much labor is involved in fixing the issue.…

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Diagnosing A Ruptured Pipe Within A Well Casing

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The technology used to pump well water to a residence is so dependable that it rarely needs repair. If a repair is ever required, most of the system components are located above ground and are easily accessible. However, the components contained within the well itself are more difficult to reach. Homeowners who suspect that their submersible pump has failed may actually only need to repair a pipe rupture within the well casing.…

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What To Look For In Construction Fencing

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A construction site is an interesting but dangerous place. The manager of a professional construction site understands the need to fence off a construction site, but if you are simply doing some remodeling around your home, you might not think that you need any fencing. You would be wrong. If any neighborhood kids stray into your construction site to explore, they can easily get hurt, and if they do, it is legally your fault for not doing anything to prevent them from entering your yard.…

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