• Upgrades to Make While Replacing a Roof

    9 September 2015

    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 roof material used. Shingle roofing can last for up to 25 years while slate and tile roofing can last up to 50 years.

  • 3 Tips For Beginners Attempting To Sell Scrap Metal

    21 August 2015

    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 know. 1. Always Think Bigger and Look for More Metal Scrapping takes effort. If you want to really make money, you will have to put in work.

  • Top 7 Signs That It's Time To Clean Your Gutters

    6 August 2015

    If you've always thought about gutter cleaning as a seasonal job to be put off until the next season, it might be time to think again. Gutters protect the roof by keeping it dry, and they protect the foundation by carrying water away from the house. They also help eliminate breeding places for mold and pests. Here are seven ways to tell if ignoring your gutters could be damaging your home.

  • The Four Benefits Of Owning A Carpet Steam Cleaner

    24 July 2015

    When you are ready to steam clean your carpets, many people will turn to renting a steam cleaner from their local home goods store. However, while there are some benefits of doing this, there may be more benefits to buying a carpet steam cleaner instead. Here are some of the benefits of purchasing a steam cleaner rather than renting one: Reduces Stress: When you own a carpet steam cleaner, more often than not it can reduce the stress that is associated with steam cleaning.

  • Don't Start A Home Office Without An Electrical Inspection

    6 July 2015

    As home offices become easier to set up and more efficient for the modern worker, more people may put themselves at risk of complete failure. Even though sitting at a computer in your own home seems easy, there could be electrical problems and a lack of computer support in your home that might not be obvious until you're too late. To avoid losing valuable hours out of your day and even the privilege of working from home, consider a few important inspection points that could make or break your home office's efficiency.