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What are the benefits of Trenchless Pipe Replacement?
November 11, 2012, 1:16 am
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There are a number of benefits of doing Trenchless Pipe Replacement. The number 1 reason is that if you have a pipe that needs replaced and it is under your yard, then the replacement will ruin your yard. And you have to redo your yard after. Who wants to have to do that? No one! But with trenchless, we only have to dig at two spots and thats it! Most of the time we can make the two spots that we dig at be where it effects your yard the least. 

Another benefit of trench less pipe replacement, is that it takes less man power to do! So that makes it so that it doesn’t cost anymore then having to dig a trench. 

Another great benefit is that it takes less time. So we are in and out a lot faster then we would of been! 

These are just a few of the many benefits of Trenchless Pipe Replacement. To learn more, “Like us on Facebook”


Like it or not – Shipping Container Homes are coming to a lot near you!
November 3, 2012, 12:22 pm
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Very interesting concept of home building. Check it out!

The Life and Times of a "Renaissance Ronin"

My family is building a home using shipping containers as structure. When I started this project, I thought I’d just throw up a picture from time to time, interspersed with whatever rant I was currently on, to demonstrate “what a nut-case that idiot “Ronin” is.” But…

Not Ronin, but speaking of “Nuts…”

Editor’s note – July 19, 2010:

Since this was originally published, waaaay back at the beginnings of the blog, I’ve written a new ISBU book. You can learn much more about that book, here:

Introduction to Container Homes and Buildings

Okay, back to the post;

Over the past four months or so, we’ve attracted over 5,600 views, from people in almost 100 (96) countries eager to see what we’re doing. It kinda took me by surprise. I thought that people might find the build interesting, in an “off-topic” kinda way, but it’s taken hold of the…

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