Making Your Own Wheel Stops

If you have a small parking lot in front of your business or apartment complex, you may want to consider adding wheel stops for your customers or tenants. Wheel stops will help keep vehicles from rolling into unsafe areas while helping to keep adequate spacing between vehicles. Here are some instructions you can use to make your own wheel stops for your parking area. Making A Mold To make a wheel stop mold, measure wood to the dimensions you want the wheels stops and cut with a circular saw. [Read More]

4 Tips For Maintaining Air Conditioning Systems

When it comes to home energy use, air conditioners account for 5 percent, costing homeowners upwards of $11 billion on an annual basis. Because of this, you need to make sure that you're getting the utmost out of your air conditioner use, so that it works best for your home and so that you're spending less. Remaining conscious of your air conditioner's performance will allow you to be less wasteful and will provide you the opportunity to keep your home more comfortable throughout the seasons. [Read More]

Troubleshooting Common Pneumatic Air System Problems

Without the use of pressurized gas and air in a construction setting, there are an array of tasks that would prove to be almost impossible to accomplish. For this reason, the pneumatic systems that you have on site can be some of the most valuable pieces of machinery you have. It is not always feasible to stop and wait for several hours when you have a compressed air system down. Therefore, it is a good idea to know how to handle common issues on your own so you can get back on with the work at hand. [Read More]

3 Great Home Improvement Projects For Home Sellers

Many people hire home improvement contractors to help them remodel their home before they sell it. This is a great way to increase the asking price of your property by making it stand out.  A good home improvement project is one that is cost effective. That is, it will increase the value of your property but you will not need to spend a lot of money on the remodel. This article highlights three of the most effective home remodel projects. [Read More]