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]

Why Engineered Hardwood Is Great For Bathroom Floors

Posted on: 28 May 2016

Since there is so much moisture in kitchens and bathrooms, the floors often need to be replaced before the floors in other rooms. Even super durable products like tile or linoleum will eventually need to be replaced. Engineered hardwood can redefine the look of any room. Furthermore, hardwood is a very durable and low maintenance product. This article explains why installing engineered hardwood floors in your kitchen or bathrooms is a very smart investment. [Read More]

Why Using Stud Welding Equipment Is Ideal For Your Metalwork Business

Posted on: 11 May 2016

Are you looking for a more efficient way to weld the metal products that you sell? You might find that stud welding equipment is the best way to go about bonding together your metal products, and it might also help you become more productive at completing projects to build inventory for your business. Take a look at this article for a few of the reasons stud welding is something that you should consider for your metalwork business. [Read More]

Tips For Avoiding Roof Damage When You Hang Your Christmas Lights

Posted on: 26 April 2016

If you're the type of homeowner who enjoys going all out with Christmas decorations, you might find yourself ascending to your roof in the late fall to hang several streams of lights that will make the exterior of your home merry over the holidays. While the visual appeal of the lights will be your focus, it's important that you're careful about avoiding damage to your roof. The last thing you need during the holiday season -- or at any time, really -- is damage to your roof that causes water to leak into your attic. [Read More]