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3 Tips To Help With Proper Concrete Cutting

Posted by on Aug 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Tips To Help With Proper Concrete Cutting

If you have some concrete on your property that needs to be removed, you might want to review the following tips. This way, you will be able to complete this task with as little trouble and mess as possible.  Wear The Appropriate Protective Gear You might already have your eye goggles ready to go, but you need a little more than that. If you are working in an enclosed area, or on a day with little wind, you might want a face mask or ventilator in order to prevent yourself from breathing in the concrete dust. It is also important to make...

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Top Four Reasons To Choose Hydrovac Services For Your Next Excavation Project

Posted by on Aug 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Top Four Reasons To Choose Hydrovac Services For Your Next Excavation Project

Are you a contractor who usually relies on traditional hand digging for excavation projects? If so, you are likely familiar with the many things that can go wrong. Perhaps you have tried air vacuum excavations, which are a step above hand digging, yet still time consuming and not ideal for all weather and conditions. Hydrovac services are an innovative way to bypass some of the challenges that come along with other excavation methods. Safety  As a contractor, you should be fully aware of the complex network of pipes that are located...

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The Benefits Of Property Insulation

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Benefits Of Property Insulation

It seems as if everything is turning green these days, and home insulation is no exception. Cotton insulation is a popular, eco-friendly choice; it’s made from recycled, renewable resources, it’s easy and safe to install, and there are fewer health hazards than with fiberglass insulation. If you want to insulate your home while doing your part to protect the environment, cotton insulation is worth considering. How Cotton Insulation is Made Green construction involves more than just building an energy efficient home. It also...

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3 Tips To Stay Safe While Hauling On An Oilfield Construction Site

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Tips To Stay Safe While Hauling On An Oilfield Construction Site

If you work on an oilfield construction site, you know just how important of a job hauling is. Hauling oil and water, for example, is imperative on any oilfield construction site if you want to get the job done, but it can be dangerous. You have to drive through areas that you might not otherwise drive through, and you have to haul heavy drums of oil and water that could cause injury. Luckily, following these tips can help you keep yourself and others on the job site as safe as possible while doing this important yet potentially dangerous...

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Comparing Solid and Engineered Bamboo Flooring

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Comparing Solid and Engineered Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo flooring is an alternative to traditional hardwood flooring that provides an environmentally sustainable flooring option coupled with a natural aesthetic. Bamboo flooring can be broadly categorized into two types: solid and engineered. Both types of bamboo flooring are constructed in different ways and as such offer different benefits over each other. Understanding the differences between solid and engineered hardwood flooring can help you decide which one is the best fit for your home’s flooring needs. Solid Bamboo Flooring...

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How To Fix Outdoor Water Supply Issues

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Fix Outdoor Water Supply Issues

After a cold Canadian winter, it’s nice to begin planning a garden. However, if your outdoor water supply pipe wasn’t drained and the hose wasn’t removed before freezing occurred, you may be facing a leak from your supply pipe or your outdoor bib (faucet). Either of these can be repaired if the leak is not too severe, but if the supply pipe has burst, or if it leaking from inside a wall, you may need to call a plumbing services company. Repairing a leaking pipe If the supply pipe to your outdoor pipe is leaking, you have a...

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Why Excess Basement Moisture Is A Big Deal–And What To Do When You See It

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Why Excess Basement Moisture Is A Big Deal–And What To Do When You See It

Water, despite being crucial to sustaining life and a mostly harmless presence, can also do a great deal of harm in more ways than you can think of. You may notice condensation on your basement windows and think nothing of it, but what you’re looking at may be the potential cause of severe structural damage to your home and the potential fungal infection in an unsuspecting residence. Or perhaps you dislike damp basements for no other reason than not being able to store belongings down there without them growing mold soon after. You may...

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3 Areas to Add Insulation in Your Home for Increased Energy Efficiency

Posted by on May 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you’re tired of seeing your energy bills constantly on the rise, then it might be time to re-assess your home’s overall energy efficiency. While upgrading to more efficient appliances can help reduce costs, one of the best things you can do is to add more insulation to your home. And there are a few areas you may want to insulate that many homeowners tend to overlook. Around Duct Work More than likely, there’s an extensive system of duct work that carries hot and cold air from your furnace or air conditioning unit to the...

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How To Maintain A Window Air Conditioner

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Window air conditioners are small, affordable, and easy to install. They also need to be maintained on a regular basis in order to continue running smoothly. These tips will help you take good care of your air conditioner so it works when you need it. Clean the Inside of the Unit The first thing you need to do when maintaining your window air conditioner is to clean the inside of it. This will involve removing the air conditioner cover. Turn off the unit and make sure it is unplugged. Go outside to where the outside part of the window air...

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Preparing Your Home for Your Elderly Parent: What You Should Know

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When your parent begins to age and have difficulty moving around their home and taking care of themselves, you have several options to consider. But rather than let your parent continue to struggle alone at home or move them into an unfamiliar and expensive nursing home facility, you and your parent decide that they should move in with you. However, your home is not necessarily prepared to accommodate a person struggling with their mobility. As such, a bit of home remodeling will be in order to prepare your home for the big move. Get to know...

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