Turning on the light in a room should never lead to an odor being released into the air. If you smell an odor when a light is turned on, it can stem from there being an electrical present in the room. For instance, the odor might be caused by wiring in the walls or ceiling getting excessively hot. If you don't ensure that the problem is inspected by an electrician soon enough, it can end with the wires actually sparking up a fire and ruining your home.
If you have a rustic cabin in the woods that doesn't have a great water system, it's time to make an improvement. A new water pump system may be the best option for getting a solution to the problems, and getting water that you can consume. The current system being used may be outdated, corroded, or compromised in some way and that is why you can't use it. Here are some of the things you want to do so you can get the water working, and to ensure it's safe.
If you've recently purchased a property with its own onsite well, you're probably looking forward to freedom from rising municipal water costs as well as having access to a plentiful source of good water. However, homeowners who have their own wells on their property need to realize that unlike city water, there is no regulating agency that ensures that their water source is safe to drink, cook with, or bathe in—so it will be up to you to determine whether or not your water is fit for you and your family to use.
How old is the front door on your home? Have you ever walked past the door and felt a cool breeze coming from under it? Could it be time to replace your front door, or can you repair the one that you have? My site is filled with advice and tips for learning when to replace and when to repair a front door. You can learn from my personal experience of living in older homes how to know when it is time to call it quits on the old stuff and invest in new. Hopefully, my failures and successes can help you avoid the failures and go straight for the success.