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Protecting Your Trees From Hypoxylon Canker

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Trees that have a discolored, dry, or sick appearance may be infected with type of fungus known as Hypoxylon Canker. This type of infection will cause a tree’s bark and branches to drop off, revealing a fungal tissue underneath that is called the stroma. Stroma can range widely in color; however, it is usually gray.  Once an infection of Hypoxylon Canker becomes severe, there’s not much that can be done to save infected trees.…

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5 Great Tips For Avoiding Clogged Drains

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If you have ever dealt with a clogged drain in your bathtub or sink, you are not alone. A clogged drain is a pretty common plumbing problem among homeowners. However, it can be very inconvenient. Here are five great tips for avoiding clogged drains in the future. Use Drain Covers Hair and other particles can easily get stuck in your drains and cause clogs. If you put drain covers over your drains, you can avoid these problems.…

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Plumbing Tips For Spring And Summer

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If you are a homeowner in an area of the country where it gets brutally cold during the winter, you’re probably used to having to micromanage your plumbing system to ensure that your system does not freeze and survives the wintry weather. When winter finally turns to spring, it can help put your mind at ease a bit, but keep in mind that the other seasons of the year can also sometimes bring danger to your plumbing.…

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