Repairing Damage To Your Wooden Fence

24 December 2018
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Damage to any fence can be a problem, but wooden fences are often more fragile in some ways, and even a minor collision with the fence can do a lot of damage. Repairing the damage may require the help of a professional fence contractor, especially if you need to replace posts as well as fence rails or sections. Assessing the Damage Once you notice the damage to your fence, you need to determine how much of the fence needs to be repaired. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Field Repairs Of Transformers

5 November 2018
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When a transformer needs to be repaired, there is the option to take it in to have it repaired at a shop. There is also the possibility of just having your transformer replaced. However, when it's possible, another option is having it repaired "in the field", or wherever you might be currently using it. Field repairs of transformers are handy in a number of scenarios and for various reasons, including the three benefits that have been compiled below: Read More 

Going Green: Three Ways To Recycle Construction Materials

28 September 2018
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When operating a construction company, you may find that you end up with a lot of recyclable materials at the end of each job. This is particularly true if you are doing demolition work. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can reuse or recycle these materials to have a better impact on the environment. Here are just a few options to consider for your business. Host a Salvage Sale Read More 

4 Family-Friendly Outdoor Water Structures For Your Beach House

10 May 2017
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If your family owns a beach house in a warm climate or simply a house on a lake, you know there are a lot of outdoor activities to enjoy together. The sun and water (and even sand) combine to give you unlimited choices in how you spend your family time. If you would like to increase both the fun factor and the value of your home, consider investing in a few outdoor water structures. Read More 

Tips for Tackling Windshield Ice & Snow

4 October 2016
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Winter is nearly upon us. Depending on where you live in the US, you could soon be dealing with freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall. When it comes to removing the resulting ice and snow buildup from your car's windshield, you'll want to play it safe to avoid cracking or even breaking the windshield altogether. Here are a few tips to keep in mind this winter: Use Plastic Scrapers Only When dealing with ice and snow on your windshield, the last thing you need is a metal tool that could potentially leave scratches and other marks in your windshield. Read More