• Want To Refresh The Look Of Your Kitchen Cabinets? Learn How To Re-Stain Them

    13 October 2014

    If you love your wood kitchen cabinets but notice that they are becoming dull or some of the finish is coming off, you can easily re-stain them. The process does take time, but when you're finished, your kitchen will have that brand new look once again. This guide demonstrates how you'll go through the process. Step 1: Remove the Cabinet Doors Empty the cabinets and drawers and put the contents in boxes in another room.

  • Making Wheel Stops For Your Parking Lot

    13 October 2014

    Wheel stops, or parking bumpers, are very beneficial to both drivers and owners of the property. For drivers, it helps guide vehicles into a spot without worry about how close or far your vehicle is from the one next to you. For property owners, it keeps drivers from driving into areas that you would rather they stay away from, therefore keeping them safe. Making your own wheel stops for your parking area is not very difficult.

  • How An HVAC Contractor Can Help Your Allergies

    13 October 2014

    Many homeowners have lots of allergens in their house without even realizing it. Your allergies will directly relate to the air quality of your home. Luckily, there are some things that an HVAC contractor can do to help your allergies. Here are three suggestions. 1. Change Your Air Filter Often One of the worst things you can do is leave your air filter for too long. When you have a dirty air filter it won't be able to attract allergens.

  • 3 Common Sprinkler Problems And What You Should Do To Correct It

    13 October 2014

    Automatic sprinkler systems are the best thing for your yard. They can be put on a timer and can keep your yard looking green and nice without you even having to worry about turning them on or off. However, that doesn't mean that your sprinklers don't need maintenance. It is normal for the sprinklers to have problems now and then. Here are 3 common problems that you might encounter. 1. Low Head Drainage

  • How To Temporarily Repair Your Cracked Or Chipped Windshield Like A Pro

    13 October 2014

    Most drivers are aware of the dangers that even the smallest windshield chips and cracks can cause. A cracked windshield weakens the structural support of your vehicle in the event of a crash, obscures your vision while driving, and is even a ticketable offense in many states. While these problems often necessitate a full windshield replacement, you can use a DIY windshield repair kit as a cheaper solution until you are ready to replace the windshield, such as at M S Glass Outlet.

  • 3 Ways To Remove Unwanted Tree Stumps

    13 October 2014

    If a tree stump is not removed after felling, then problems may arise with suckering, which is when new shoots arise from the trunk and roots. Removing a tree stump can be a real pain, but it'll make life a lot easier once it is out of the way. Here are 3 ways to remove unwanted tree stumps. Herbicides It takes a strong type of herbicide to completely kill off a tree stump and its roots.

  • Controlling The Spider Population In Your Home

    13 October 2014

    Fall is a popular time for insects and other critters to find a warm space to invade. If you've noticed that you have an overabundance of spiders appearing inside your home, it may be time to call a pest control specialist. Spiders can quickly invade your home and multiple rapidly. While common household spiders are found from time to time in almost every home, there are some telltale signs that you may have a bigger problem.

  • 4 Must-Have Features For Custom Homes In Cold Climates

    13 October 2014

    Are you building a new home? Do you live in a part of the country that experiences cold winters? While one of the best parts of building a new home is choosing all of your custom features and design elements like flooring and kitchen finishes, you shouldn't ignore features that can make your home more convenient and comfortable, especially during the cold winter months. Here are four custom features than can make snow and ice more manageable and can help you get through the winter with as little stress as possible.

  • Want Industrial Fence Security Without The Industrial Look? Transform Your Chain Link Fence With These Tips

    13 October 2014

    When it comes to industrial fencing choices, chain link fences are a great security barrier for your property. If you are hesitant to install an industrial fence on your commercial property because you don't want that industrial look, you may be surprised at the options that are available to transform even the most bland chain link fence into an attractive addition to your company's property. With the tips presented here, you don't have to sacrifice security for the sake of appearances.

  • Two Tips To Keep Your Rock Crusher From Avoiding Mechanical Problems

    13 October 2014

    Industrial crushers are essential for any project that involves working with aggregate rock. These machines break the larger rocks into smaller pieces that are easier to transport away from the site. However, these devices are extremely expensive, and it is important to follow sound practices when using them. In particular, there are two things you should always do that can significantly extend the life of your crusher, whether you bought it new or at an aggregate equipment auction.