Historic Home Restorations And Everything You Want To Know About Wood Gutters And Their Maintenance

Posted on: 13 November 2019

If you have a historic home that you are restoring, some of the renovations you do may include updating the structure with modern features like gutters. The problem is that modern metal gutters can look out of place on historic buildings. Therefore, wood gutters are the ideal solution to add gutters or may even be part of the original design of buildings. The following guide will help you understand wood gutters, repairing them, maintaining them, and having them installed. [Read More]

Tips To Keep Your Chimney In Good Shape This Fall

Posted on: 9 October 2019

With the return of fall, you might start using your fireplace more frequently thanks to the cooler weather. But, with more frequent fires, you will have smoke going up your house's chimney on a regular basis. If you want your chimney to remain in good shape for the entire fall season and for years to come, here are some tips that might help. Make Sure the Wood is Dry You generally don't want to bring wood in right after it is cut and immediately toss it in the fire. [Read More]

Three Times That A Rented Crash Truck Can Be Useful

Posted on: 28 August 2019

A crash truck is a vitally important piece of equipment that can prevent accidents and even save lives on the road. This vehicle has two chief priorities — to alert motorists to the fact that they need to slow down because of something up ahead of them on the road, and to take the impact of a vehicle and cause a dissipation of energy, preventing serious harm from coming to those in front of the crash truck. [Read More]

Signs It's Time To Contact An Electrical Repair Company

Posted on: 16 July 2019

Owning your own home is a rewarding experience. You have worked hard to get the home of your dreams and you do your best to keep it maintained. Although there are several household projects that are ideal DIY tasks, any problem relating to the electrical wiring should be handled by the professionals. Doing electrical maintenance and repairs can be extremely dangerous. So, although it's fine to occasionally check the breaker box or flip the switch for the circuit breaker, any type of electrical repair should be done by an experienced electrician. [Read More]