Who Invented The Toilet?

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Throughout history, humanity has witnessed great inventors such as Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and Leonardo da Vinci. One innovative mastermind you probably have never heard of, however, is a man named Sir John Harington. Who was this guy anyways? Next time you sit on “the john”, just ask yourself who invented the toilet. The answer to this question is Sir John Harington!

Roofing With HEP Is On The Way

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HEP Is On The Way is a proud Platinum Preferred roofing contractor with Owens Corning! Our technicians are required to carry workman’s compensation insurance and general liability insurance information. One thing that we can guarantee you is quality roofing done at a fair price! Our roofing specialists have years of experience in the roofing industry and know exactly what to look for! Before you decide to invest your time into a new roof, here is some information on the asphalt …

How Electricity Gets To Your Home

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An electrical service panel is the circuit breaker, or fuse box that is in your home. This not only distributes circuits throughout your home, but also has the ability to turn the entire power off! Technology has definitely come a long way since the inception of powering homes, however most people don’t understand how electricity really works. Do you know the process of powering your home with electricity? Let’s take a look at how this works:

In History: Roofing Materials

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Clay TilesClay tiles have been used in Neolithic China as early as 10,000 B.C.! Over time, Clay materials were ideal as a precaution against fires, which had engulfed London 1666 and charred Boston in 1679. The tiles had a hole for a peg or fastener, and would sometimes be held together by mortar to prevent heavy wind damage. In Jamestown Virginia, many S-curved tiles were used for buildings. These dark roofing systems made low-slope applications possible. Among them was the …

Water Pipes: How To Prevent A Leak

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Understanding what type of plumbing system you have in your home is just as important as making sure you have milk in the fridge! The reason being, is because the lifespan of your home plumbing system will depend on what type of pipes you have. Over the next few decades, the United States of America is projected to spend as much as 1 trillion dollars in distribution pipe supply repairs. The age of water pipes only grow older, and the …