3 Reasons Why You Should Get Garage Door Panels Today

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Winter is definitely here and you might be feeling it in the draft running through your house and in your heating bills. If your garage is attached to your home, then the source of the draft could very likely be your garage. There's no need to completely heat your attached garage, unless people spend a great deal of time there. However, it can be very helpful to insulate it in order to minimize your heating bills. [Read More]

Steps You Can Take To Make Your Sump Pump Last For Years

Posted on: 20 January 2015

Sump pumps are not complicated devices. Yet they do a great job of keeping the water out of the lower parts of your home. Of course, like any machine, they require a certain level of upkeep. If you want to make your sump pump last, you need to take preventative steps to make sure it keeps working, and keeps your basement free of excess water. Ways You Can Keep Your Sump Pump Running Strong [Read More]

Use Your Pickup Truck For Construction-Related Use? Here's How To Protect It

Posted on: 17 January 2015

In the construction industry, having a pick-up truck can be extremely handy for hauling supplies and getting work done. However, working out of your vehicle can put it through a lot of wear and tear and can cause it to become worn out rather quickly. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to protect your vehicle from constant work-related use. Try these tips, and you won't have to worry as much about costly and unattractive damage to your pick-up truck. [Read More]

Keeping Your Pipes Warm In The Winter

Posted on: 14 January 2015

Burst pipes are a serious concern in the winter time, as they can cause serious flood damage that can be difficult to repair. The easiest way to avoid burst pipes is to keep your pipes nice and warm all winter. Follow this simple process to keep your pipes safe and free from freezing and bursting. 1. Check Out Your Pipe Schematics Start by finding your plumbing schematic and inspecting it for spots where bursting might be possible. [Read More]