Learn How To Ensure Your Rental Property Is Safe After A Hoarder Has Lived In It

When a former hoarder moves out of your house, you need to be sure that you take the time to make sure that the home will be inhabitable for the next tenant. There are quite a few different things that can be wrong with a house after a hoarder has been living there. Below is a guide for a few inspections you need to have done before you can allow anyone else to take up residency in the home. [Read More]

How To Add Lights Under Your Countertops

Countertop workspaces which have dim lighting are a result of poor planning and design. Manufacturers have created a variety of options to rectify these bad lighting issues by making use of modern technology. There is no reason to put up with poor lighting when there are several affordable products available specifically designed to light just about any countertop workspaces. Rope Rope lighting consists of long strands of lights covered with a hose like wrapping or coating made of plastic. [Read More]

Roadway Slopes, Soil Erosion Control And Hydroseeding

While many outdoor construction projects are subdued and slowed down by rain or snow, the work continues when the sun is out. Areas of soil removed and replaced during cold weather will still need to be treated for erosion control, despite the cold or possibility for freezing precipitation. Sloping areas are especially needy when it comes to soil erosion, a huge problem for many roadway and asphalt contractors: Planting Grass In The Middle Of Winter [Read More]

A Multi-Pronged Approach To Keeping Your Home Cool

Many people rely solely on their AC system to keep their home cool. This system is most effective if you don't have a lot of heat to contend with. Sometimes, though, you can have so much heat in your home that your AC system will struggle to keep up. If you have experienced this, the answer is not to get a bigger AC system. Instead, you will want to employ different technologies to help keep your home cool. [Read More]