Archive for October, 2013

How To Save Water And Energy Needs In Your Home

If you have just purchased a property, the first thing that you may think about doing is reducing the home’s water and energy needs.

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Removing Your Buried Residential Oil Tank

Per the New Jersey Fuel Merchants Association, there are an estimated 120,000 buried residential oil tanks in the Garden State alone. More and more people are demanding natural gas instead of oil; in addition

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Your Front Door is the First Line of Security for Your Home

You’ve worked hard, gathered your furnishings and collections and placed them around your home, and made investments that you need to protect.  Your home is your sanctuary, your peaceful solitude away from the maddening crowds and you would like to keep uninvited thieves from disrupting life as you know it.  As you consider the options […]

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Environmentally Friendly Choice With Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers

Regenerative thermal oxidizers, or simply RTOs, are simply, in layman’s terms, specialized pollution control devices. Oxidizers work by trapping pollutants and destroying them through burning.

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What Makes an Organised Vegetable Garden

For those with the space and the inclination, creating a vegetable garden at home can be a thoroughly rewarding experience.

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3 Ways You Can Treat Your Yard Green

Maintaining a beautiful lawn takes a lot of work, patience and in many cases, chemicals. Many homeowners, however, prefer to manage their lawns in a more natural or “green” way.

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