Why A Vinyl Garage Door Is The Right Choice For Your Family

Posted on: 28 January 2015

If you've been shopping for a new garage door, you've likely notice the array of vinyl doors as well as the more traditional wooden and steel doors on the market today. Vinyl doors, while they are initially a little more expensive, offer a myriad of advantages over other types of doors, not the least of which is reduced maintenance. Benefits of a Vinyl Garage Door 1. They require almost no maintenance. [Read More]

Putting Together Your Own Pool Repair Kit: Five Materials And Six Tools You Will Need

Posted on: 25 January 2015

When you want to save money, you learn to do repairs yourself. When it comes to your pool, you definitely want to do your own repairs because you save on the hourly labor rate you would otherwise pay a pool contractor. Most pool repairs are rather simple, and if you have the right materials on hand, you can complete them in no time. Materials to Fix Any Type of Pool [Read More]

Four Wood Flooring Materials And Systems That You Can Use In Your Flood Restoration Project

Posted on: 21 January 2015

If you are restoring your basement after a water problem, you may want to use hardwood flooring. This can be a problem with conventional hardwood flooring because basements are an area of your home that is prone to damage by humidity and moisture. This is why you may want to consider some alternatives like vinyl flooring, or engineered flooring systems. If you want to have hardwood flooring in your basement, here are four materials that many pros recommend: [Read More]

How A Furnace & Duct System Should Be Cleaned To Prevent A Fire Hazard

Posted on: 16 January 2015

A furnace is connected to a duct system that must be kept free from an accumulation of dirt and dust to prevent a fire hazard. If you have a gas furnace, it is also important to keep the area surrounding it clean so nothing will get into the flame or cause an explosion. Find out how you can keep your air ducts and furnace clean to prevent too much dirt from building up. [Read More]