Taking A Closer Look At The Benefits Of The Commercial Green Roof

When you are in the process of making changes to the roofing of your commercial business, there is a good chance that you will come across some information about green roofing, also sometimes referred to as vegetated roofing. This incredibly innovative roofing variation involves installing a layer of waterproof material on the top of the building and filling the surface with topsoil, which is then plugged and sowed with various forms of grass and vegetation. [Read More]

Hired A Crane Service? 3 Ways To Prepare

Whether you are preparing for an at-home project or are working on building the perfect commercial property for your place of business, you might have decided that hiring a crane service is a great way to get part of the job done. Although you can leave most of the hard work up to the crane and the crane operator, you should know that there are things that you can do to help prepare. [Read More]

House On A Hill? Protect Your Home's Concrete Slab Foundation With A French Drain System

If your property's hilly terrain is causing standing water to form around your concrete slab foundation every time it storms, then you need to have a French drain system installed to remove the water before it has the opportunity to permanently damage the foundation of your home. How Water Severely Damages Your Property Standing water around the exterior of your home results in injury to the structural integrity of your home. For example, the water can cause the concrete slab to crack. [Read More]

How To Clean And Freshen Your Garbage Disposal

If you have noticed that there is a foul odor coming from your sink whenever you run the water or turn on the garbage disposal, the disposal is probably the culprit. Even if it is still working properly at grinding up food particles and sending them through the pipes, there could be bacteria or mold growing that is causing those odors. Regular cleaning of the garbage disposal will help it stay odor-free and prevent future issues with the disposal. [Read More]