Happy Monday, June 1, 2020. The world as we knew it has changed and times are uncertain. Today is the start of a new week and a new month. We want to get positive and look forward to better days of peace, love, and prosperity. Below are some photos taken at one of our recent projects. The homeowners visited the job site almost daily and wrote quotes that inspired them on the exposed framing. What a unique and fun way to make their own special mark on the project, literally. Inspiring to those working on the job and a positive blip in a world of uncertainty and division. We hope that this will inspire you to make June a great month. We are all in this together, so let’s get positive!
In an industry dominated by men, our own Melody Hurd stands out for being a woman co-owner of HURD Builders, LLC. She has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry. Read her encouragement in an article The Frederick News-Post recently published on the subject.
“For any young woman out there, I would say that going into the industry is fantastic.” – Melody Hurd.
Did you know Hurd Builders, LLC is on Pinterest?
Check out our pins for inspiration for your new home project. New pins added frequently.
All of our pins showcase our work. Love something you see? We can help you re-create or model after it.
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The health of your septic system depends on how you take care of it. Just like your car needs an oil change, your septic tank needs pumped out and your septic field needs a break. Routinely having your septic pumped out helps to prevent costly repairs and septic field failure.
As an incentive to home owners, Frederick County has a Septic System Pump-Out Program available.
Check out their site here for more information.
Let’s keep our septic systems healthy!
Regular pumping of your septic system every five years maintains the effectiveness and longevity of your system, reduces nutrient leaching over time, and helps protect the groundwater and drinking water supply. Contact the Frederick County Health Department, (301) 600-1726, if you need help locating your septic system, test you water for bacteria, or obtain contacts for licensed labs in your area that can test for harmful substances.
Download Septic Rebate Paperwork