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Comparing Fiberglass And Cellulose Insulation
15 October 2017

Insulation is an extremely important part of your

Four Things You Need To Do When Turning Your Basement Into A Wine Cellar
13 September 2017

If you're a wine lover who happens to have an unfi

3 Different Types Of Hardwood Flooring
26 July 2017

If you are looking to upgrade your floors with har

Fire Sprinklers Can Save Lives
29 June 2017

No one wants to think about their building catchin

Tractor Oil Changing Questions To Ask Yourself

If you have recently purchased your first tractor to help out with grass cutting, plowing, or garden care on your property, then you should know that you will need to perform certain maintenance tasks to keep the tractor running well. One of these tasks includes changing the oil. If you are unsure about what you need to do or buy when completing this task, then keep reading to learn about some questions you should ask yourself. Read More 

Want To DIY Major Windshield Repair? A Few Things You Should Know First

Windshield repair seems like one of those things you could do on your own, right? After all, you are just removing the shattered windshield and putting a new one in. You may be surprised to learn that the process is not as cut and dry as all that. Before you set your heart and mind on replacing and repairing your own windshield, here are a few things you should know first. Read More 

How to Insulate Your Basement with Waterproof Spray-Foam Insulation

There are many insulation options you can choose from when insulating your basement. Closed-cell spray-foam insulation is a good choice for a basement space because it is waterproof and mold and mildew resistant, so this insulation creates a vapor barrier for your basement walls. Here are instructions to help you install your own basement spray-foam insulation. Prepare the Walls and Ceiling Before you can insulate the walls and ceiling with spray-foam insulation, you need to remove any dust and debris from any surfaces you will be applying the foam onto. Read More 

Build It Up with Dirt and Stone: Landscape Strategies for Creating Useable Space in a Sloping Backyard

If your home is built on a lot with a slope, you know that you aren't getting as much use out of your yard as you would like. It's harder for the kids to play on a slope, and the incline of decline can affect your landscaping and garden planting aspirations. If you're looking for simple leveling solutions for a sloped yard, consider the following methods for creating a level outdoor living space for you to enjoy. Read More 

Giving Your Receiving Department an Upgrade? 2 Garage-Door Features You Should Look For

When it comes to making sure that your vendors can deliver inventory quickly and safely, few things are as important as your receiving doors. These commercial garage doors are vital for both the security of your products and your entire commercial warehouse—which is why every business owner should think about upgrading their overhead doors. Here are two commercial garage-door features you should look for when you start shopping and why you should get them. Read More