Preparing for a Baby

How To Maintain Your Garage Door

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If you use your garage on a regular basis, you definitely want the garage door to be functioning optimally, efficiently, and safely. You also want to keep your garage door looking like new for as long as possible, as the garage door has a major impact on the aesthetics of your home’s exterior. Inspect the Hardware It is vital that you inspect the hardware of the garage door on a regular basis. Read More»

2 Reasons To Replace Your Existing Roof With Copper Tiles

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Replacing your existing roof is a great way to improve your home, mostly because of the many ways it can benefit you. Two reasons to replace your existing roof with copper tiles are to save money and make your home safer. Save Money Copper tiles can save you money in a variety of ways, with one of the biggest ways being that they can lower your utility bills. This type of roofing material lowers your utility bills in the summer by actually making your home cooler. Read More»

Tips For Digging Into Frozen Ground For Home Repairs

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When the winter weather rolls in, it’s often time to put the yard projects on hold until spring. Frozen ground further complicates do-it-yourself tasks like installing a fence or tying downspouts into an underground French drain system. But sometimes an emergency situation – or a recent home purchase – necessitate digging into the frozen ground for home repairs. It’s possible with some construction equipment rentals, but novices should leave the task up to the professionals. Read More»

Troubleshooting Heating Systems For Multi-Unit Buildings

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Managing shared housing can be difficult with many different, sometimes conflicting needs. Some people may be perfectly comfortable with colder weather while others enjoy basking in a continuous block of heat in their rooms. If you need to troubleshoot failed heating units or want another way to isolate temperatures, consider a few troubleshooting and home improvement techniques to improve conditions. Climate Control Conflicts Heating units control temperature by measuring the temperature of a specific area of a room. Read More»

How Commercial Air Conditioning Reduces The Number Of Employee Sick Days And Worker's Compensation Claims

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Air conditioning in a factory or industrial setting is not just about employee comfort. In fact, really good commercial air conditioning can impact your employee sick day stats and the number of worker’s compensation claims. If you never thought of commercial air conditioning in this way, take another look. Heat-Related Illnesses During the hot summer, or anytime of the year in the Southernmost parts of the United States, industrial and factory workplaces get intolerably uncomfortable. Read More»