Looking at Your House From a Constructor’s Point of View

You Can Use A Heat Pump For Cooling

27 January

An AC unit works on the principle that when a material goes through a phase change, it can absorb heat from its surroundings. Thus, when the freon circulating through the air conditioning unit hits the evaporator coil, it vaporizes and absorbs heat from the air in your home. Your AC fan then pushes this air […]

3 Tips For Making Your Vacation Home An Ideal Winter Destination

07 January

If you own a vacation home that you like to rent out, the best way to make money off of it all year long is by making sure that it appeals to winter vacationers as well. Here are a few things you should do to ensure that your vacation home is an ideal winter destination […]

3 Reasons To Invest In Street Sweeping For Your Business Parking Lot

18 December

Most people have seen a municipal street cleaning machine meandering through their neighborhood, but don’t take the time to think about the private services a street sweeper can provide. If you own your own business, it’s important to recognize that investing in street sweeping services for your parking lot area can be beneficial. Here are three […]

Maximizing Efficiency With Minimal Waste – Additional Options In Materials Handling

01 December

When most people think of the material handling industry, they think of heavy duty lifting equipment and the relocating of major pieces of heavy machinery. However, your material handling service may be able to offer you a wide variety of additional services that can enhance your business’s efficiency and guarantee that you can move forward […]

Salmonella In Well Water: What You Need to Know

13 November

Most people know that Salmonella is a bacteria that infects people through their eating of uncleaned and poorly prepared food. However, few people know that this disease can actually be caused by bacterial infection in their well water. Although Salmonella is very rarely a deadly disease, it can still cause extreme diarrhea, high fevers, and […]

Yard Flooded? 4 Steps To Take To Avoid Septic Tank Damage

27 October

If your home is attached to a septic tank, seasonal flooding can be particularly worrisome. Although septic tanks are buried underground, they’re still susceptible to flood damage, especially if the soil is thoroughly saturated. If your yard is flooded, you’ll need to protect your septic tank in the following four ways: Give Your Tank a […]

Repair or Replace? Three Common Boiler Issues

13 October

Boilers heat the water that fuels your central radiant heating. They can last many years with proper care, but eventually you may need to consider a replacement. The following are three common issues that may mean it’s time for a minor repair or a whole new boiler installation. Issue #1: Rust Boilers come in two […]

Four Tips To Help You Save Money When You Need A Roof Replacement

29 September

Asphalt shingles have a shorter lifespan than many other roofing materials. This means that they will eventually need to be replaced. When you need to have your roof replaced, it can include many extras, such as tearing off old shingles and repairing wood. Here are some tips to help you keep the cost of your […]

Upgrades to Make While Replacing a Roof

09 September

The roof is a very important part of any home. A faulty roof can drive up energy costs, lead to water damage, and even cause damage to electrical and plumbing systems. This is why roof repair and roof replacement are very important. The average lifespan of a roof is dependent on the climate and the […]

3 Tips For Beginners Attempting To Sell Scrap Metal

21 August

Many people hear there’s money out there in the form of junk scrap metal. So they start collecting it and bringing it to recycling centers and scrap metal yards…and walk away with a couple of dollars. There’s money in scrap metal, but you have to go about the process properly. Here’s what you need to […]