Rusting Pool? What You Can Do

If your pool is beginning to rust, it will eventually be a problem for you. If the walls are rusting, the rust can eat through and the walls won't be strong enough to hold the water inside. It eventually will blow apart, leaving you with a watery mess in your backyard. If the rails are rusting, these can also become an issue. The rails hang over your pool and that rust can fall into your pool and put holes in your liner.   Read More...

How To Do A Big Remodel On A Small Budget

So you'd love to add another room to your house or completely remodel or renovate an existing room. That's great, but there's just one problem: your bank account doesn't want to cooperate. If you have big ideas for a remodel but don't have the budget to make those dreams come true, you'll have to be practical as you move forward. To that end, here are a few tips to keep in mind when tackling a bigger remodel on a smaller budget.   Read More...

The Benefits Of Infrared Commercial Roofing Inspections

Traditionally, commercial roof inspections have been completed by a roofer walking around the perimeter of your commercial building while looking up at the roof, examining the underside of the roof and walking on the roof, inspecting the roof. However, thanks to technology, the way commercial roof inspections are completed is changing. Infrared roofing inspections can help to reveal a lot about a commercial roof. Here are the benefits of having an infrared commercial roofing inspection completed.   Read More...

Guidelines For Getting Chimney Repair Service

Keeping up with your fireplace and chimney will help your house stay at its best and will prevent fires, fume inhalation, carbon monoxide poisoning, and other such issues. By doing your due diligence and keeping up with these fixtures, not only will your household be safer, but it'll also be better and more valuable. To make your home more structurally sound and safe through chimney repairs, consider the following information.   Read More...

Stabilize Your Mailbox

If you have some extra bricks left over from a masonry project that was completed on your property, put them to good use by building a structure that will stabilize your metal mailbox. No longer will you need to worry about the box tipping over during windy conditions, and the new addition will add a stylish touch to the edge of your property. Materials measuring tape wooden boards a hammer nails a shovel a level concrete mix a bucket  water a trowel mortar mix bricks mailbox and pole dirt Build A Frame And Fill It With Concrete   Read More...