The Johnsons' House Building Journey

4 Success Tips For Your First Copper Pipe Plumbing Repair

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While working with copper plumbing for the first time may seem intimidating, the reality is that copper plumbing is easy to work with if you follow these tips: Tip #1: Use The Correct Cutting Tool As a relatively soft metal, copper pipes can be cut with a hacksaw or specialty pipe cutter. You can purchase either of these tools at your local hardware or home improvement store. If you are going to use a hacksaw to cut copper plumbing, then using a brand new blade will make clean and effortless cuts.…

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Prevention Or Protection: Avoiding Health Risks From Dust During Construction

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Anyone doing work that creates a lot of dust will need to find ways to keep from getting dangerous particles in their lungs. There are two major ways of doing this. You can either suppress the dust and prevent it from becoming thick enough to cause problems when you breathe it in, or you can take precautions to protect yourself from the dust that is there. Dust Suppression One approach to any activity that creates a lot of dust on the road is to use something that can suppress dust such as lignosulfonate.…

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Two Hidden Dangers Associated With A Home Flood

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Whether it’s from heavy rains or a busted pipe behind the wall, when your home suffers a flood this is a devastating experience. While most homeowners take fast action to salvage their belongings and have the water removed, these actions only represent the tip of the iceberg when it comes to repairing your home and returning it to a livable state. Make certain you understand the unseen dangers that can come along with a flood so that you know how to protect your home.…

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