• 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.

  • Need A New Roof? How To Go Greener With Asphalt Roofing

    13 October 2014

    When it comes to the choices available for going green, new roofing is one of the best places to start. After all, your home's roofing can contribute many benefits beyond just providing cover. Your roof is exposed to the elements all the time, so you want something that can stand up to those demands. Asphalt roofing is a popular roofing choice for homeowners. Here's a look at some of the things that can make asphalt roofing an environmentally-friendly roofing choice.

  • How To Save Money On Getting Your Specialty Glass Repaired Or Replaced

    13 October 2014

    If you have custom-designed windows throughout your own home, taking great care for each piece is your number one priority. Unfortunately accidents happen. If your glass is broken or scratched due to a storm, vandalism, or other reason, getting it fixed for a reasonable price can be challenging. Because not all contractors work with certain types of specialty glass, such as patterned, etched, stained, frosted, gradient, and light diffusing—locating one that specializes in a particular glass type is an advantage to you.

  • Looking For A New Roof? Four Tips To Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency

    13 October 2014

    If you've been looking at options to improve your home's energy efficiency and make it more environmentally friendly, one of the best times to do is to replace your roof. While your home's roof is removed, you can improve the condition of the home from the top. Here are a few tips to help you improve the efficiency of the roofing structure while reducing your environmental footprint. Limit Roofing Material Waste