I can’t believe it is almost the end of February and I am already thinking about Spring cleaning, but the grass is showing with the forty and fifty degree temps melting the snow fast here in NH. With Spring cleaning comes home renovations, I get all excited this time of year when the weather starts to turn to warmer and longer days because then we can start to plan on ideas for home renovations.
Currently I am staying at my mother’s home until we determine what direction she is going in with this house so I won’t be doing any home renovations this year to her home for sure. When thinking about ways to save money and be more efficient in your home renovation process, one would think of using PVC Duct as it’s more efficient for sure.
When you start getting into PVC type of home renovations then you also need to make sure that you have enough Schedule 80 Fittings to ensure that the PVC is connected properly. I have never personally worked with PVC pipe, but I am familiar with what it is and also have thought of many drainage type uses for PVC pipes.
Honestly, if I were to do my own at home project, it would not be using PVC pipes for inside of the home, I would be thinking about creating a watering system for the garden my family hopes to have this Spring. From green beans to melons, our family really wants to make good use of gardening and learn how to can our veggies grown naturally by us. Using PVC pipe you can create a sprinkler type of system under or above the dirt area for your garden.
A mom of three who works from home and is always on the go would need a good sprinkler/water type system in place for I probably wouldn’t water the garden as often as necessary for a large produce production. The kids would have a blast getting all of the PVC pipe laid out and would assist in helping ensure the sprinkler/watering system was set up to work well for our new family garden.
Whatever home renovations you may have planned, indoors or out, you will surely be able to find a way to use PVC Fittings as an efficient, high quality way to make sure your home is up to par with your standards.