Exterior Painting Prep Steps Many People Leave Out And Why You Shouldn't Forget Them
27 November 2016
When people decide to do their own residential exterior painting, they tend to leave out some prep steps. These important prep steps can make all the difference in how your home's exterior paint job looks. If you decide you are going to do your own exterior painting rather than hire a professional, here are those steps that other DIY house painters miss, and why you should not forget to do them.
Why You Should Consider Building A Fabric Structure On Your Farm
18 November 2016
Do you need more buildings on your farm to house animals, store feed, or manage compost? If so, you should consider installing a Clear Span fabric structure instead of a more traditional metal or wood building. Not only can building a fabric structure save you money, there are several other benefits to building a fabric structure instead of wood or metal.
Fast to Construct
Fabric structures require little architectural planning. They are typically made of two parts: a steel frame and fabric cover.
Three Reasons To Have Your Drain Problem Fixed By A Professional Plumber
18 October 2016
When you see that one of your drains is clogged up, you may have more than one idea on what to do about it, but it is best to call a licensed plumber. The following are only three reasons to do this.
Off-the-shelf products are not effective
Unclogging your drain is not as simple as television commercials tell you. There are several off-the-shelf drain cleaning liquids that you can buy, but they are usually a waste of time and money.
3 Fall Asphalt Maintenance Tips
10 October 2016
With winter just around the corner, it's time to take a close look at your asphalt driveway to make sure it is able to withstand the rigors of the season. Although asphalt is a durable material that can last many years in even cold climates, proper maintenance and cold-weather preparation goes a long way towards preventing damage. The following tips can help you get ready for the cold.
Tip #1: Scrub it down