Is Your Yard Drowning Your Landscaping? Get Rid of Some of That Water

15 September 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your yard is full of standing water each time it rains, it can cause problems with your landscaping. For example, the excess water can drown your flowers and will eventually kill them due to the roots staying too wet. You are having this problem because the water in your yard is not draining properly. Below is an explanation of why this happens and some steps you can take to landscape your yard and avoid this problem. Read More 

Advice For Choosing The Right Fence For Your Needs

26 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to fencing your property, you have so many choices available to you that it can be hard to decide. Just some of the examples of popular types of fences include wooden privacy fences, picket wooden fences, wrought iron fences, post and rail fences, wire fences, and chain link fences. The information below will help you determine which type suits your needs the best. Wooden privacy fences: A wooden privacy fence is a good choice if you want to block those on the outside of the fence from seeing into your yard. Read More 

Ductless AC Vs. Central Air

11 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are those who promote the benefits of ductless AC. Because there are no ducts to worry about, you don't have to worry about the cost of installing or maintaining your duct system. On the other hand, central air has been the standard for many years and still holds many advantages over ductless AC systems. In order to decide which is right for your home, you need to carefully consider the strengths and weaknesses of each system. Read More 

Add Concrete Patch To Basement Walls And Apply A Waterproofing Sealer

30 July 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Damaged concrete walls in your basement can cause the floor to become wet each time that it rains. The following steps will teach you how to patch concrete and apply a waterproofing sealer over each wall to protect your home from damage. Use The Following Items soapy water  sponge towel wire brush vacuum cleaner concrete patch caulking gun putty knife trowel waterproofing sealer paint roller roller frame vinyl tarp rotating fan Remove Damaged Concrete And Clean The Walls Read More 

The Dangers Of Road Dust

15 July 2015
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Dusty roads might sound like something out of a country western song; however, in real life, they're a lot less rustic and charming and a lot more dangerous and alarming! Road dust can present many hazards and dangers to drivers of both standard vehicles and heavy-duty construction equipment, which is why it's so important to have some kind of road dust control system in place. If you're still not convinced that this is important, read on to learn about the many potential dangers of road dust. Read More