Some Important Questions to Ask About Well Water
16 February 2016
Well water, sometimes called bore water, is often chosen in rural areas where a home cannot be hooked up to city water supplies. Well water can also mean a more affordable source of water for the home, which is especially important on farms that use more water than other residences. If you have well water on your property, note a few important questions to consider so you know it's always clean and safe.
Effective methods for removal of a tree stump
11 September 2014
You have already done a lot of the hard work of felling a tree and now you are left with the stump. How do you remove it? This article will show you various ways to get rid of this remaining stubborn part of the tree.
How deep are the roots?
As a general rule of thumb, coniferous trees have shallower roots that spread out widely, whilst deciduous trees tend to have deep penetrating roots.
Australian Legislation for Native Tree Removal on Private Property
10 September 2014
Depending on your location, and the type and size of the tree, you may have to request a permit to fell a tree on your block of land—and in some cases, that request will be denied. Below is a discussion of legislation governing tree removal, followed by a handy summary of state tree protection laws that may potentially affect your tree removal plans.
Native Tree Removal Legislation
The laws governing removal of trees on private property are at a state or local council level.
How To Install a Suction Side Pool Cleaner
2 September 2014
If you have a swimming pool in your back yard, you probably know how tiring pool cleaning can be. Such inconveniences have led to the need to install a suction side pool cleaner. It is a kind of automatic pool cleaner that will vacuum every inch of your pool daily without requiring any human interaction. Proper installation of automatic pool cleaners is necessary to ensure that your suction side pool cleaner serves you efficiently.