3 November 2016
As a homeowner, appliance issues are a common concern. If you have a water heater, then the concern may be a leak coming directly from the tank itself. While many leaks cannot be fixed and require you to get a brand new water tank, you probably want to avoid this if you can. After all, a water heater with a tank can cost around $900 to install. If your water heater is leaking water near the control panel of the device, then the device is likely leaking fluid around the heating element.
11 August 2016
Baby, it's cold outside. That doesn't mean you have to be stuck inside. Nor do you have to wait for holiday lights to come out in order to enjoy the beauty of proper illumination and good cheer. Through the everyday magic of electricity, your backyard can be an enjoyable space the whole year round. No, you won't be out there sunbathing. But when you work with an electrician to get safe, sensible outlets and products wired in properly, your backyard can be transformed from a chilly gray space in the winter months.
29 July 2016
The world of high tech has entered the throne room in style. You can now fully accessorize your bathroom with high tech accessories to bring that space into the modern world. When you make your bathroom a high tech wonderland, every visit feels like an all-inclusive visit to the spa. You may even find that you never want to leave the space once you enter its confines. Here are seven high tech bathroom accessories to consider for your next remodel.
27 June 2016
Mobile cranes are very popular, as they can be moved from one location to another for various on-site construction projects. Although versatile in nature, you have to put more effort into ensuring that mobile cranes are properly set up – especially since 90% of all mobile crane-related accidents are caused by the fact that they are improperly set up. While it's important to choose the right type of crane and to periodically inspect the crane once it has been set up, one of the most important things that is often overlooked is the amount of effort that is put into the preparation for the arrival of the mobile cranes.
21 June 2016
If you use cranes within your business, you know that once you purchase one you have a piece of machinery that has a useful lifespan that can exceed 12 years. Depending on the working conditions, and the amount of use, your machine may last much longer than that. While a long life may be good for your bottom dollar, you will miss out on many of the technological advances that will come with newer equipment.
21 June 2016
With an office full of employees and constant motion, it can be tough to keep your office's hardwood floors looking new throughout the years without having to replace them altogether. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help ensure that your flooring stays looking like it was just installed – consider implementing one or more of the following methods and techniques: Apply Insulation Film on the Windows
21 June 2016
If you're the owner of a charming brick home that was built before paved roads and telephones, you may be accustomed to the extra TLC your home occasionally needs. However, like any homeowner, foundation issues may seem beyond your pay grade -- and if your home's brick foundation is beginning to show signs of age like cracking, pitting, or even buckling, you may be wondering about your next steps. Read on to learn more about some of the issues that can cause your home's brick foundation to crumble or buckle, as well as your best repair and restoration options to quickly and seamlessly get your foundation back to its original condition.
21 June 2016
If you live in a home with a crawlspace under any of its floors, it is a good idea to check the condition or existence of your crawlspace insulation. A crawlspace without proper insulation can create a cold and wet environment under your home, especially in the winter. Here are three tips to help you insulate your home's crawlspace and eliminate these problems. Insulate Your Crawlspace Walls and Ceiling If your home was built before 1990, it was most likely built without energy conservation building codes and without wall insulation in the crawlspace.
20 June 2016
When your air conditioning system is emitting strange odors, it can leave your entire house smelling a little bit off. If you're struggling with a particular odor permeating your home, it can be helpful to know what could be causing it. Here's a look at some of the most common odors that you might notice from air conditioning units and the things that are most likely to cause them. Mildew Odor
20 June 2016
If your air conditioning system takes too long to reach the temperature set on your thermostat and cool down your house, you may wonder if it's broken or needs servicing. Although there could be something seriously wrong with your AC, there may actually not be. Sometimes, cooling systems function poorly because of simple things, such as a dirty air filter and clogged drainage system. You may need to clean the condenser coil in the outside unit.