Sandless Sanding Tables? Yes, They’re Real!

3 December 2017
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Sanding tables consist of two major kinds. The first is a table that helps you stabilize your project so that you can sand the project. The second is a table that has interchangeable sandpapers for manual sanding. The problem with both of these types of tables is that the sanded wood flies up into the air and then lands on everything, and you are constantly sneezing. What if you could sand, and not have the wood sand go everywhere? Read More 

Four Steps To Dealing With Water Damage

2 November 2017
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Water damage is a serious problem in any property. It usually occurs from flooding or broken pipes in the building. One of the most common places in a property to experience flooding is the lower level of the house or the basement. If your area is susceptible to flooding, try to keep your basement free of anything that could be damaged from water. If water does get inside, you need to know how to properly remove it before it causes structural damage and health concerns. Read More 

Three Guidelines For Hiring A Structural Engineer

4 October 2017
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To get the best from your newest construction project, you'll owe it to yourself to put together a professional team that can serve you on all fronts. By reaching out to a few good contractors that can make your property vision a reality, you'll be investing in the finished product like never before. Hiring a structural engineer is one of the most critical pieces of the puzzle. If this is what you are interested in, read on and factor in these points to get all that you need out of your building team. Read More 

Mistakes To Avoid With Your Hydraulic Equipment

12 September 2017
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Before focusing on what to do to repair bad hydraulics, you might first want to focus on how to avoid costly mistakes that could damage the hydraulics system in the first place. Not sure what you might already be doing wrong? You will want to review the following suggestions of things you need to do or watch out for. Changing The Filters Too Soon Or Too Late If you get a little ahead of yourself and start changing the filter too soon, you will find that you are wasting money, as the filter has not yet had the time to collect all of the dirt. Read More 

How To Clean A Residential Fireplace

23 August 2017
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Springtime is the time to clean the fireplace in your home. With a few tools and cleaners, you can have a clean and safe fireplace to use in the fall and winter season. Wait for 24 - 48 hours after lighting a fire to make sure that the firebox and grate are completely cold before cleaning it. Here is the process to thoroughly clean a fireplace in your home: Chimney Flue:  Prior to cleaning the fireplace, hire a commercial chimney cleaner to clean the chimney flue. Read More