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Finishing The Flooring In Your Post Frame Building

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Post frame buildings provide you with an affordable option to get the structure that you need while maintaining your budget. You will have lots of choices to make as the building is planned, but one thing you’ll need to give serious consideration is how you will finish the flooring. How the floor is finished is not only determined by your budget but also what you plan to use the building for. Read More»

Got An Unused Basement? Turn It Into Added Living Space By Waterproofing It

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If you have a basement that you never use, this is wasted space; you could store things in the basement, or you could turn it into additional living space in your home. Before you do anything in the basement, however, you need to make sure you waterproof it. Below are three different waterproofing methods to help you get started. Exterior Waterproofing Exterior sealant waterproofing creates a barrier between the outside foundation and the inside walls of your basement. Read More»

Comparing Blown Fiberglass And Cellulose Insulation

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Blown insulation is wall insulation that is quite literally blown into place with specialized equipment, which makes it easy to install quickly and allows for non-linear spaces to be more easily insulated, instead of having to cut and tack multiple batts into place. The two main types of blown insulation are fiberglass and cellulose, and while both seek to perform the same function in your home, their distinct material qualities confer a number of unique characteristics to each type of insulation. Read More»

What To Do To Prevent Basement Flooding

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The spring and summer seasons bring a great deal of rain with them, which greatly increases the risk of basement flooding. This can cause a great deal of water damage, can promote mold and mildew growth, and can be expensive and time consuming to repair. Thankfully, there are several things that you can do as a regular part of your home maintenance in order to make the risk of basement flooding as minimal as possible. Read More»

4 Advantages Of Seal Coating Your Driveway

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Taking care of your home is sure to be high on your list of things to do. You will want to ensure you maintain the value of your property and work to keep it as attractive as possible. If you have a driveway, it’s essential to do routine maintenance to help it stay in good shape. One way to do this is by seal coating the asphalt. This is a process that works to preserve your driveway and is sure to be beneficial for any homeowner to do. Read More»

Is Your Parking Lot Costing You Customers? What Every Business Owner Should Know

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No matter what product or service you are selling, you probably already know that your customers and clients want their shopping experience to be both safe and convenient. What you may not realize, however, is that their experience begins in the parking area, long before they enter your building. If they perceive your parking area to be uncomfortable, inconvenient, or unsafe, they may choose to take their business elsewhere, where they feel more comfortable. Read More»

Basic Tips For Having Your Business Exterior Doors Adjusted

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Because of repeated use, it’s possible that the exterior doors to your business may start to stick and sag. When this occurs, it may make it hard for your employees to open and close the door. In addition, it’s possible the screws along the hinge of the door have started to loosen, preventing the door from closing all the way. When these issues occur, it’s possible that the frame of the door is out of place. Read More»

2 Ways To Keep Your Garage Door Safe

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If you are going to get an automatic garage door installed at your house, there are some things that you can ask the installer for that will help to keep your house safer while still giving you the convenience of having a garage door that will open at the touch of a button.  Smaller Remote One thing that you can do is to ask for a smaller remote for your garage door opener. Read More»

3 Tips To Keep Your Construction Site Productive During The Winter

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As a construction industry professional, you understand firsthand that the weather has its own mind. Since your bottom line depends on your ability to operate, learning how to work around weather condition becomes critical for success. Fortunately, this is an achievable goal that is only made easier with some extra tips. Here are just some of the things you can do to maintain production during the frigid periods of winter. Read More»

Guidelines For Maintaining Your Garage And Garage Door

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When you need for your garage to remain comfortable and functional, you’ll owe it to yourself to get the help of a garage door professional who can assist you in handling some garage door maintenance. By taking the time to do this, you will be able to maximize on the service that your garage offers you. To this end, follow these tips so that you are able to keep your garage and garage door at its absolute best. Read More»