Water

Sloped Land 101: Preventing Landslides

By LandCentral

Landslide prevention is a must for any house positioned on or near a slope. The last thing a new home owner wants is to build their dream home only to watch it slide away down a muddy ramp. While retaining …

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Wetlands 101: The Truth About Building

By LandCentral

Wetlands are valuable real estate for anyone living on planet earth. They provide habitat for rare plants and animals, they serve as a natural filter for other water sources, and perhaps the most important purpose to humans is the role …

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Top 5 Pros and Cons to Living Near Water

By LandCentral

  Living near water is a dream for many Americans. From that silent pull to the ocean shores to the midnight skinny dip in the local lake, humans have always been drawn to water. Not surprising since 70% of the …

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The Complete Weenies Guide to Living on a Well

By LandCentral

  Thinking of living on a well, but not sure if you can trust that barbaric land water? Well have no fear. Humans have been drinking from that natural tap in the earth since the dawn of time and we’re …

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DIY: Home Water Purification System

By LandCentral

  Ah, water. That glorious life-giving liquid. From bathing to drinking, we humans literally can’t live without it. Thankfully, we don’t have to. But while 90% of the U.S. water supply is safe to drink, did you know that most …

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Sloped Land: The Good, The Bad, and The Awesome

By LandCentral

  Many people avoid purchasing sloped land. They think that other than a good water slide, there’s not much you can do with it. Well, think again. Sloping home sites offer plenty of opportunities. And we hate to burst your …

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Benefits of Using a Grey Water Recycling System

By Candice Armstrong

If you are reading this article, you most likely are environmentally conscious, and are looking for ways to save money and help the environment. For starters, let’s first define what grey water actually is. Grey water is all the wastewater …

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Shade Balls Should Save Millions

By Josh Speiss

Los Angeles’ latest attempt to preserve its reservoir water from the region’s relentless drought comes in the form of an army of small, plastic balls. The use of Shade Balls could save millions of gallons of water. This relatively new …

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