Jetting Vs Snaking: Which One Will Work Better For Your Clogged Drain?

21 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Since it's difficult to tell what is blocking up your clogged drains without sending a sewer camera down the lines and paying extra for it, it's best to use clearing equipment that works well for grease, hair, and other common materials. Both hydrojetting and drain snaking methods work for most household clogs, but they still offer completely different sets of advantages and disadvantages. Find out which one best fits your home's drainage system by comparing them directly. Read More 

Tree Decay: Signs, Prevention, And Treatment

11 December 2015
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A decaying tree is a major hazard for homes and businesses. Bacteria and fungi are major causes for decay and can weaken a tree to the point that it falls. While newly damaged trees can be treated to prevent or slow the decay process, there are times when the tree needs to be removed because the damage is too severe to save it. Inspect Your Tree After Every Storm Storm damage is often a precursor to decay in trees. Read More 

Two Tips To Help You Cut And Secure Your Vinyl Siding Materials

17 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If you are considering adding siding materials to your home, then vinyl is a great choice. Vinyl siding can withstand winds up to 200 miles per hour, and many companies will offer free replacements if the vinyl materials break. Vinyl is also a green product and it is cheaper than a lot of other siding materials. However, you should understand that the ability of the vinyl to protect your home and last a long time will depend on the way it is installed. Read More 

Oh, Hail: Protecting Your Property From Hail Damage

27 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

It's hard to predict when hail will be a problem in most areas. It typically accompanies thunderstorms and can be as small as a pea or as large as a softball in some cases, making it extremely destructive to your home and property. Combine hail with strong winds and rain, and you have the perfect recipe for damage. You may not be able to predict when hail is likely to damage your home or belongings, but there are some things you can do to limit the damage. Read More 

3 Steps For Touching Up Your Business’s Parking Lot Pavement Markings

7 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If your business has an older parking lot, the markings may have faded or the asphalt beneath them may have started to crumble in small areas. If so, you can revitalize your pavement markings by following the three steps below for cleaning and repairing the surface and refreshing the lines. Step 1: Clean The Surface Before you begin patching and painting the pavement markings, any dust and debris needs to be cleaned off. Read More