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  • Three Types Of Metal Roofing That Are Resistant To Hail Damage

    23 February 2017

    Hail damage isn't fun, and if you live in an area with a lot of severe weather, you may be wondering if there's anything you can do to reduce roof repair bills over the lifespan of your next roof. One great way to do this is to replace your asphalt shingle roof with a metal roof, which is a more durable and longer-lasting material. Here are three types of metal roofing material that you can choose between if you're looking for a hail-resistant option.

  • Tips On Maintenance Care For Your Air Conditioner Unit

    20 January 2017

    Cool airflow throughout your home comes through a forced-air system, which comprises the heating and central air unit. In order for your air conditioning unit to function correctly, the HVAC system has to be connected to the blower unit, motor, and the ductwork system. The air conditioner uses these mechanisms to force the hot air out of the home through return-air ducts that are connected to the furnace. Then the unit uses cooling evaporator coils to force cool air to flow through your home.

  • 2 Signs That Your Parking Lot Needs To Be Repaved

    30 December 2016

    When your parking lot is initially poured, it is going to be a beautiful surface that is free from any damage. However, overtime it is going to start to break down, due to vehicle traffic, foot traffic, weathering, and it is going to need to be repaved. Some parking lots will need to be entirely repaved, while others will just need to have some touch up work done. There are certain signs that you can look for that will indicate that you should get your parking lot repaved as soon as possible.

  • Common Types Of Insulation For Your Home

    8 December 2016

    You probably don't go to parties and rave about insulation in the same way you might rave about, say, new granite countertops. However, added insulation not only decreases your utility bills, it increases the value of your home. As Bank Rate points out, your return on investment can be 95%. You have several options for insulation – choose the one that best fits your house's unique character. Fiberglass When you think of insulation, you may imagine giant rolls of fluffy pink or yellow material.

  • Improving the Appearance of Your Small Business Parking Lot

    17 November 2016

    If you are a small business owner, you most likely take the time to keep your property looking favorable for customers who come to visit you. This will enhance their overall experience, possibly helping you to get subsequent sales as a result. One portion of your property you should tend to frequently is the parking lot. Since this is the area customers will use first, how you tend it will make a lasting impression. Here are a few steps you can take to make your parking area attractive to those visiting.

  • 3 Ways to Save Money on Your Commercial Roof Installation

    3 November 2016

    Does your small business need a new roof, but you don't have a hefty budget? There are some ways that you can keep costs down without sacrificing quality, durability, or appearance. You will need to consider the style of your business' roof and what pros and cons for a roofing material matter the most to you Keep Non-Visible Roofs Simple and Cheap Many businesses have flat roofs that do in fact have a slight slope but not enough of a slope for the roof to become visible to people standing on the ground.

  • 3 Advantages Of Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding

    7 October 2016

    Capacitor discharge stud welding, commonly referred to as CD stud welding, is a method that allows small-diameter studs to be welded to thin, lightweight materials. It's a very popular method of welding, as it can be used on a wide variety of materials, including steel, brass, aluminum and copper. If you are unfamiliar with CD stud welding, here are a few benefits that the process can provide for you and your shop when compared with other welding methods.

  • Paint Your Home's Exterior Vinyl Window Frames

    26 September 2016

    If you recently had vinyl-framed windows installed in your home, clean and prepare the outer frames before painting them a color that complements the exterior of your house by completing the following steps. Materials ladder degreasing agent sponge water hose soft cloth low-grit sandpaper hand sander tack cloth newspaper painters tape can of primer (for exteriors) can of paint (for exteriors) paint stirrer paint tray foam brush narrow paintbrush Clean And Sand The Vinyl

  • Repair Small Crevices In The Concrete Seawall That Borders Your Oceanfront Property

    29 August 2016

    If a concrete seawall bordering your oceanfront property has small crevices in the top portion of its surface, due to years of being exposed to saltwater during high tides, clean and repair the damaged areas by completing the steps below. Once the seawall's appearance has been restored, apply a coat of sealer to the wall to protect it from additional damage. Materials Needed garden hose garden sprayer concrete cleaning agent water bleach scrub brushes (various lengths and thicknesses) wire brush tube of concrete patch caulk gun trowel sponge concrete sealer paint roller paint tray Clean Both Sides Of The Seawall

  • 3 Modern Upgrades You Should Consider Making to Your Shower During a Bathroom Remodel

    29 August 2016

    When indoor plumbing first became a thing a lot of years ago, the bathroom was a room of necessity, with only the essentials like a toilet, tub, and sink. However, the modern-day bathroom is far from just a room in the house you have to take care of personal needs; this room has evolved into the one room in the house where you can refresh, unwind, and rejuvenate. If you are planning to vamp up your bathroom with some more modern ideas in mind, the first spot to start making some changes is the shower.