How To Keep Your Tennis Court Looking Great

Posted on: 21 June 2018

Tennis courts need regular maintenance to make sure that they are always looking their best. When you notice cracking, peeling, and other signs of damage, it may be time to resurface your tennis court. However, you will need to be careful to avoid making mistakes that could lead to unintended results. Clean the Area When you begin resurfacing a tennis court, it is very important to keep the work area clean and clear.
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Dealing With Water Damage? 3 Things To Know

Posted on: 3 May 2018

Whether it's from a natural flood, a burst pipe, or a different source, water damage can be very problematic. After the damage has been done, you will want to have the water damage to your home fixed as soon as possible. Failure to fix water damage quickly can lead to mold and mildew problems and end up being even more expensive to fix. If you are dealing with water damage inside your home, here are three things that you should know.
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Live In A Flood Zone? 3 Things To Know About Elevating Your Home

Posted on: 20 March 2018

If you live in a flood zone, you may need to elevate your home if your home was built before the area was designated as a flood zone or any emergency amendments were passed that established minimum elevations for homes in a particular flood zone. Elevating your home can protect your home from becoming damage if a flood were to occur. How to Determine if You Need to Elevate Your Home
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Useful Safety Tips For Water Well Drilling Contractors

Posted on: 8 February 2018

If you're a drilling contractor, you spend hours each day drilling commercial and residential wells for clients. These jobs are not only demanding, they can be dangerous if you're not careful. Make sure each job goes as planned by keeping in mind these drilling safety tips.  Wear Appropriate Hard Hats Your best friend when it comes to preventing severe head injuries is an appropriate hard hat. They'll shield your head from severe blows, which might occur if pipes are not properly anchored or if machines malfunction unexpectedly.
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