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Recommendations to Keep Your Concrete Surface Well Maintained and Free of Damage

Whether your home has paving made of asphalt, gravel, or concrete, you will need to take care of your paved surface with regular repairs and everyday care. Asphalt dries out and oxidizes, and concrete can shift, settle, expand, and contract from soil erosion and freeze-thaw weather conditions, requiring some essential repairs to restore and keep the surface long-lasting. Here are some recommendations to help you take care of your home's paving with concrete patching, crack filler, and sealant. Read More 

The Modern Dowsing Guide for Geological Surveying: Locate Water Before You Drill Your Well

If you need to have a water well drilled, dowsing is a technique that was once used to find water with a rod. These primitive techniques have changed, and today, there are more reliable ways to find the water on your property before having a well drilled. The following modern dowsing guide to geological surveying will help you find the water on your property before you begin drilling: Get a Topographical Drawing of Your Property Read More 

What To Expect With Residential Metal Roofing Installation

Metal roofs offer many benefits over asphalt roofs: they are longer-lasting, naturally fire-resistant, and more energy-efficient. If you've chosen to install a residential metal roof, you're already sold on the benefits but may have a few questions about what to expect. Here's everything you need to know about installing metal roofs.  How Long Does it Take to Install Metal Roof?  In many locations, roofing work requires a permit. It can take two to four weeks to get a building permit. Read More 

Make Your Garage Comfortable All Year Round

If you spend much of your free time working or playing in your garage, you want the space to be comfortable throughout the year. But if your garage is freezing cold in the winter or extraordinarily hot in the summer, you might feel less inclined to use it. Try the helpful things below to make your garage more comfortable today. Seal Your Garage Like other living areas around your home, your garage door, windows, and doors should be properly sealed against the outside world. Read More 

Commercial Plumbing Tips For Your Office Park

Are you the owner or caretaker of multiple buildings in an office park? If so, you likely try and keep up with a wide variety of maintenance tasks every month. Your commercial plumbing set up, in particular, is one area where you should never miss a scheduled maintenance check-up. Here are some commercial plumbing tips to help you keep your office park in good shape and your tenants happy. Ask Tenants to Report Small Leaks or Periodically Enter Each Building to Check Yourself Read More