Preventing Water Leaks From Occurring In The Home
19 April 2016
What may start as a small leak under a sink can end up causing major structural damage to your home if it goes unnoticed. On average, a home will lose 14% of its water to a leak. This is like money going down the drain. The worst leak is one that can be prevented. Statistics show that 93% of leaks could have been prevented just by using a leak detection system.
Three Safe And Effective Alternatives To Removing Mold From Your House Walls And Wood
9 April 2016
Finding mold in your walls may make you want to turn to bleach. Bleach is certainly a good choice; however, if you have little ones or pets, it could prove to be a toxic solution. Bleach also only works to remove mold at the surface of your walls and won't remove what is growing in the actual wood. To better benefit your loved ones, turning to a safer and natural solution will be the better option.
Why You Should Rent A Portable Toilet When You're Renovating Your Home
17 March 2016
While preparing for your home renovation, you might have thought about buying and renting a lot of things. For example, you might have gone out and purchasing a lot of clean-up supplies, and you might have arranged to rent a construction dumpster for all of the construction materials and renovation-related garbage that you are sure to end up with during your project. However, you might not have thought about renting a portable toilet, and it is something that you should consider.
4 Solutions For Reinforcing Pavement To Reduce Maintenance And Repair Costs
21 February 2016
If you have pavement for the different facilities of your business, maintenance and repairs are important for the upkeep. This also means more cost for your business, which is why you may want to consider improvements to reduce maintenance and repairs. Here are some of the things that you can do to make pavement more durable and reduce your maintenance costs:
1. Adding Sealcoating To Prevent Erosion Problems
One of the main causes of damage to pavements is erosion.