If you are purchasing a large RV, have you determined where and how you will store it when it's not being used during cold, wintry months? Snow accumulating on an RV can do some serious damage, especially if the snow becomes heavy enough to cause the roof to fail or collapse. Here's what you need to know.
Snow can damage the lightweight construction of an RV roof
Placing a tarp on top of the roof can reduce the risks of water and melted snow from getting into seams and expanding when temperatures drop below freezing, but there's still the weight of the snow to contend with.
Your church building fund has successfully reached its targeted goal. The contractor has been hired, the volunteers have been organized, and your entire congregation is excited to see the progress as its new church home becomes a reality. You may communicate the ongoing building process with your church members via social media, a newsletter, and updates from the pulpit. Bringing attention to the big milestones, big equipment, and big blessings along the way will help keep the congregation and community engaged and uplifted about the prospect of worshiping in their new church.
Maintaining a hot tub can be a lot of work. The tiny body of water can be difficult to keep clean and balanced. There are many things you can do to make the maintenance easier. Here are some tips and tricks to maintaining your hot tub.
Use Tennis Balls
Soaps and oils can damage the filtration system. Even if you don't put them directly into the water, they still come off of your body when you get into the hot tub.
It's no fun coming home to a soaked patch of carpet or visible puddles on your floor, but it might not be your home's plumbing that's the culprit. Believe it or not, your HVAC system could be springing a leak. HVAC water leaks aren't uncommon, and they can be a bit of a pain to deal with. But before you pick up the phone and call your HVAC technician, take a look at how you can put a stop to those leaks on your own.
If you work in a warehouse, you face some inherent risks every day you go to work. Accidents are rare, but they do occasionally happen—and workers in warehouses can get injured. In 2014, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 5.2 work-related injuries or illnesses reported for every 100 full-time warehouse workers. If you drive a forklift at a warehouse, here are some safety checks you can perform to reduce the chances that an accident occurs while you're on the job.