8 January 2015
If you plan to dig a trench, renting an excavator can be a big help. However, if you aren't too familiar with excavators, or feel a bit rusty, it's important to brush up on safety basics for this type of equipment. Here are a few tips to keep you safe while working with an excavator. Find Out Your Soil Classification One of the primary dangers of using an excavator is that there may be a cave-in.
2 January 2015
Owning or operating a commercial or industrial facility means keeping your entire building in good repair, and that includes the doors to any garage or warehouse. Those doors can be an entry point for thieves if they're not in good repair, and if they're opened and closed consistently throughout the day they can suffer tremendous wear and tear. Choosing the right style and type of door will be important for your business and to ensure that you don't need to replace the door any sooner than you should.
30 December 2014
With the drudges of winter approaching, you will need to make sure that your furnace is in tip top shape. By ensuring that your furnace is in working order, you'll be able to get through the winter without having to freeze and huddle up under blankets. You'll also notice that your energy bills are lower throughout the season if you take it upon yourself to service your furnace as frequently as you can.
17 December 2014
Having a truck is great because it's a heavy-duty type of vehicle designed to do a lot of useful things. In order to keep your truck working and looking great over the years, you can take these steps. Replace Damaged Glass Windshield In terms of aesthetics and safety, it's important to keep your windshield in good condition. If it has a crack on it that is larger than six inches, you need to get it replaced.
13 December 2014
Winter is here, and many homeowners are dealing with snowfall on a weekly or even daily basis. Yet one thing that many homeowners fail to think about is the impact that snow can have on their roof. Snow is weighty, and heavy snowfalls can damage a roof or even cause it to collapse. How Much Snow Is Too Much? Since different types of snow can have different weights and densities, and some roofs are more capable of handling a big snowfall than others, there is no single depth or amount of snow that can be pointed to as being "