3 Signs That You Need To Repair Your Garage Door Right Away

Posted on: 7 November 2016

Garage doors provide a major convenience in life. They allow you to get in and out of your home in a hurry each morning, and they also provide a level of safety when they envelope your family and vehicle inside your home. You can get out of the car without looking around the car or fearing for any possible outdoor dangers. Unfortunately, if your garage door is giving you signs of trouble, it's important to get it fixed right away. [Read More]

4 Tips For Safe Crane Operation

Posted on: 17 October 2016

Cranes are a vital part of many construction sites. They lift and transport large objects over long distances and heights, allowing you to complete your job in a fraction of the time it would take without them. While cranes do not come without risks, those risks are diminished greatly when you know how to operate them safely. Here are four solid tips to ensuring safe crane operation so the job gets done incident-free. [Read More]

How To Remove Fiberglass Insulation From Your Attic

Posted on: 3 August 2016

When getting ready to replace your home's old fiberglass insulation in the attic, you'll need to take the necessary steps to remove the old material. This is essential if you are adding spray foam insulation, which will need to get into every crevice of the attic to form a good seal. These tips will help you remove the old fiberglass insulation. Tools & Materials Before you can get started, you'll need to gather the following items. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Clean Up And Restore Your Wood Floors After Flood Damage

Posted on: 14 July 2016

When your hardwood floors have become water damaged from flooding, the boards can warp with the high moisture content and it is necessary to dry them out to prevent mold growth. Unfortunately, you cannot dry out hardwood floors quickly, as this can cause the boards to permanently warp and become useless, needing replacement. To preserve your hardwood flooring and prevent their need for replacement, drying them slowly is the best option. But, because a slow drying process of your hardwood floors can promote mold growth, you will need to clean up any mold growth as the boards dry. [Read More]