Do You Need A Boundary Survey?

When it comes to owning and maintaining real estate, knowing exactly which property belongs to you is essential. Without clear and accurate boundary lines, it can be challenging to engage with your property in meaningful ways. Investing in a boundary survey can be a great way to officially determine where your property line lies. Here are three situations where it might be beneficial for you to invest in a boundary survey to identify the line where your property meets neighboring parcels.   Read More...

3 Green Practices To Consider For Your Commercial Construction Business

As someone who owns a commercial construction business, have you been wondering how you can do your part to protect the environment? If so, here are three green practices to consider for your commercial construction business. 1. Use Locally-Sourced Construction Materials When you work on a construction site, you're going to need many different types of materials to complete the job. While it might be more cost-effective to order these materials from places that are far away, using locally-sourced construction materials instead, will be of benefit to the environment.   Read More...

5 Tips For Using A Plunger To Unclog Your Bathroom Sink

Thought the toilet was the only appliance to get clogged in the bathroom? This is not the case and many homeowners find that their bathroom sink becomes clogged at some point, especially if you shave or brush your hair over the sink. Hair easily clogs the sink because it builds up over time and leaves clumps that clog the drain. Luckily, clogs in the sink can easily be unclogged with the use of a plunger.   Read More...

Avoid These Metal Sandblasting Mistakes

If you have a construction work project that involves painted metal, you may be considering some sandblasting so that you can remove the paint and any rust and repaint or restore the metal depending on client tastes. However, if you don't sandblast often, you could end up warping or damaging the metal in some way or injuring yourself. You'll want to avoid the mistakes below. Blasting One Area Too Long   Read More...

A Few Methods To Help Waterproof Your Home

Having water in your basement can be a real problem. The longer the water is in the basement the more damage that it can do, and the worse the problem becomes. It is important that you get the water out of the home as fast as possible. You also want to keep the water from getting in your house in the first place. There are a few ways that you can make your home more waterproof.   Read More...