When A Good Air Conditioner Goes Bad: Four Maintenance Tips For Keeping Your AC System Running

Posted on: 5 August 2016

When the outside heat gets to be too much this summer, there is no better place to escape to than your own home. Unfortunately, when your air conditioning system is not running properly, you can find yourself sweating inside as well. It is not uncommon to encounter a problem or two when your air conditioning system continues to run all summer long. While you can quickly call in an HVAC technician to come and fix it, there are some things you can do to prevent these breakdowns. [Read More]

2 Important Things To Know About Mold In The Home

Posted on: 5 July 2016

Mold isn't just a problem for food in the kitchen--it can strike nearly anywhere in your home where there is moisture present. Worse still, certain types of mold can lead to health issues for you and your family. If you would like to learn more about maintaining a mold-free home, read on. This article will arm you with two important pieces of information about mold. Plumbing leaks are one of the most common causes of mold. [Read More]

2 Ways To Minimize The Environmental Impact Of Asphalt Shingles

Posted on: 5 July 2016

Asphalt shingles are one of the most affordable and durable ways to cover a roof. Yet, because the principal ingredient in asphalt shingles is a petroleum byproduct, many people have concerns about their environmental impact. If you have plans to reroof your home soon, read on. This article will provide two tips for minimizing your carbon footprint while still getting the security of an asphalt roof. Recycle your old shingles. [Read More]

Tips To Avoid Cracks In Your Commercial Parking Lot

Posted on: 17 June 2016

As a commercial business owner, you want your parking lot to look its best. The parking area is a reflection of your company and can serve as the first impression for new customers. One of the most common problems that business owners can encounter with asphalt parking areas is shallow, interconnected surface cracks often referred to as alligator cracks. They are so named because the pattern resembles alligator scales. Here's a look at what you should know about this kind of surface damage and what you can do about it. [Read More]