Residential EV Charging Station — Setup Tips To Remember

If you made the commitment to buy an electric vehicle, now you may want to put a charging station at home. Then you can keep this vehicle powered in a convenient manner. Setting up one of these charging stations won't be difficult or dangerous if you perform these actions. Get Approval if You Don't Own the Property If you don't own the home that you live in currently, then you'll need to get approval before proceeding to an EV charging station setup. Read More 

5 Reasons You Need To Hire Environmental Consultants

There are many reasons why you might need to hire environmental consultants. Perhaps you're planning to build a new factory and want to make sure that it will be environmentally friendly. Maybe you're dealing with an environmental disaster and need help cleaning it up. Or maybe you just want to make sure that your everyday activities aren't having a negative impact on the environment. In any case, hiring environmental consultants can be a great decision. Read More 

Three Unobtrusive Ways to Incorporate Solar Panels in and around Your Home

Although the traditional "solar panel array" that you occasionally see on top of houses and commercial buildings isn't the most attractive thing ever, it's also not the newest solar technology available. Newer solar panels are being increasingly integrated into things that naturally catch sunlight, including but not limited to roofing shingles themselves. If you're looking for the newest idea for incorporating solar technology into your future dream home, here are three ways to do so unobtrusively (some that are available now and some that will be in the future) that may give you some ideas. Read More 

Three Pitfalls to Avoid When You’re Using Lead Solder in an Electrical Wiring Application

Of all the materials you can use when you're trying to build an electronic circuit board or box to power and direct some type of machine, lead is one of the cheapest and most versatile. Its main downsides are the fact that it is bulky and not as good a conductor as some other metals. If you're determined to use lead solder in an electrical wiring application, check out these three pitfalls to avoid. Read More 

Inheriting A Septic Tank From Previous Owners

If you buy a new home that uses a septic tank as its main sewage treatment option, then you may have inherited a septic tank along with your property. It pays to learn about your new septic tank's condition and take steps to make sure that it has been well maintained; septic tank problems can build up over time and cause serious damage to your new property. Here are some steps you can take to check on the septic tank. Read More