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]

3 Things To Keep In Mind When Tackling An Aluminum Commercial Door Painting Project

Posted on: 13 January 2015

Those aluminum framed commercial sliding glass doors you have in place may still serve their purpose well, but they are starting to show major signs of their age. In order to rectify the problem, you may be tempted to just grab a can of paint, a brush, and get started. However, painting these aluminum doors may not be as easy of a task as you think. In fact, there are several things that can get in the way of successful completion and even cause problems for the doors functionality when you are done. [Read More]

How To Keep Christmas Lights From Shorting Out

Posted on: 7 January 2015

Enjoying the holiday season and its festive atmosphere usually means having plenty of lights strung up on your tree and outside your home. Christmas lights are available in many different types, from large and small incandescents to energy-saving LEDs and icicle lights. These days, many Christmas trees come pre-strung with lights. All of these various lights consume electricity. When you are dealing with electrical current, there's always the risk that you might short out fuses or circuits. [Read More]