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Protecting A House Against Hurricane Damage

Have you been too afraid to move to a town that you love because of the high rate of hurricanes? If you are concerned that buying a house will end up being a wasted investment, there is something that can be done to give you more security. Your goal should be to do everything to secure the house against hurricane damage, such as getting windows that are able to withstand strong winds. Read More 

Water In The Basement? Check Your Sump Pump

Your sump pump is supposed to keep your basement's floor free of water and moisture. But if water covers your basement's floor, check your sump pump for problems. Debris can block your sump pump, or the pump itself might have a problem to repair. Here are some possible causes of your wet basement floor and what you can do about them. What's Wrong With Your Sump Pump? Sump pumps play invaluable roles in keeping homes safe and dry after heavy rains and flooding. Read More 

Why You Have To Replace The WHOLE Commercial Door When The Glass Is Broken

Breaking the glass in a commercial door is really quite the feat, since these doors can take a lot of force before the glass plates even crack. If your business needs to replace a commercial glass door, you will need to replace the entire door, and not just the glass. Here are some reasons why. The Metal Frame is Welded Together Looking at a commercial door, you can see that the metal frame is welded together. Read More 

Using Industrial Paint And Coating To Create Durable Finishes

When you get ready to start painting anything, it important to take the time to research the type of coating or paint you need for the project. In some cases a basic latex paint will do, other times you need something more durable but if you are painting anything in an industrial environment, you are going to need a paint that will not wear too quickly and offers protection from rust, corrosion, and chemicals. Read More 

5 Tips For Receiving Your Crushed Gravel Order

Many companies that supply crushed gravel for construction and landscaping purposes will deliver the gravel directly to your home. This can be convenient if you do not have a truck of your own, but there are some steps you will need to take to make sure the gravel is delivered without any problems. Below are some of the ways you can prepare to receive your crushed gravel order.  Check and Double Check Your Order Amount  Read More