Maintain Your Pipes and Your Business

  • 4 Tips For Reducing Summer Cooling Costs If You Live In The Desert Southwest

    6 July 2016

    If you live in the desert southwest, you most likely dread opening your summer electric bills. During the hottest months of the year your air conditioner probably runs around the clock, which can be quite expensive. If you want to keep your home at a comfortable temperature while saving money at the same time, use the following tips to reduce your summer cooling costs: Purchase a Programmable Thermostat A programmable thermostat is a wonderful tool that will allow you to dictate when your air conditioner runs, which can lead to drastic savings on your cooling bills.

  • 3 Special Considerations When Choosing Sliding Entry Doors For Your Business

    1 June 2016

    Glass sliding doors offer an easy way for customers to access your business while also adding to the visual appeal of your building. Commercial sliding doors come in a wide variety of styles to suit a variety of needs. But there are some special situations, brought about by geography or the nature of your business, where you might want to choose a door that's a bit more specialized than a standard sliding door.

  • 3 Reasons Why It's Important To Keep Maintenance Records For Your Commercial Fleet

    1 June 2016

    Keeping up with your commercial fleet can be a whole lot of work. This means that you might want to reduce this work as much as possible, which could result in slacking off on keeping proper maintenance records. However, coming up with a system and keeping track of oil changes, filter changes, tire rotations and other maintenance is important. These are a few reasons why. 1. Maintain the Warranties on All of Your Commercial Vehicles

  • Keep Out! 3 Ways To Keep The Public Out Of Your Construction Site

    12 May 2016

    Construction safety is a serious concern for workers, and it needs to be for the public, too. If you're hiring a construction company to work on your building or project, these tips can help prevent you from becoming liable for a construction accident.  Don't Cross the Line: Using Construction Fencing One of the first ways to make sure people don't cross into your construction zone without realizing it is to put up temporary construction fencing.

  • Refuting Three Notions about Sealcoating

    20 April 2016

    Your driveway will have to withstand a substantial amount of abuse over the course of a year. Not surprisingly, this can result in a lot of wear to the pavement, which can lead to cosmetic and structural damages. To prevent these problems, sealcoating can be an effective strategy, but if you are a new homeowner you may be under the impression that a few myths about sealcoats are true. Dispelling these notions will give you a better understanding about how to protect your home's driveway.

  • How To Demolish Tile Floors

    9 April 2016

    Tile floors, no matter what material they are made out of, are difficult to demolish. There are many instances where you might need to remove a tile floor to expose the subfloor beneath. Most people demolish their tile in anticipation of installing a new flooring product like carpet or hardwood. Demolition work is very tiring and hard on your body, so you need to wear the right gear. It might be exhausting work, but it is definitely not complicated.

  • How To Check And Clean A Refrigerator's Evaporator Coils

    9 April 2016

    Is your refrigerator not maintaining a constant cold temperature? Is the fan having problems defrosting? If so, you could have a malfunctioning evaporator. You might be tempted to immediately call an appliance specialist to come and diagnose your problem. However, you might want to try cleaning the evaporator yourself to see if it fixes the problem. Often, you can do the job on your own and save a lot of money.