4 Concrete And Foundation Improvements To Protect Your Home From Water And Settling
21 February 2016
Foundations are largely made of concrete, which can be damaged by problems such as static water pressure. Settling in soft soils can also contribute to problems with a concrete foundation. If you have settling problems or worried about the soil your home sits on, you may want to consider improvements to protect against water damage and a settling foundation. Here are some improvements that you may want to consider to protect the foundation of your home:
3 Benefits Of Hollow Metal Doors
1 February 2016
If you are currently looking for the right commercial doors for your business, you probably have a few things in mind. You might be thinking about cost, and you probably want to ensure that your doors look good, are nice and secure, and will last for as long as possible. Although there are various options out there that you might be interested in, a hollow metal door can be the best choice for many commercial applications.
3 Ways To Incorporate Custom Glass Into Your Bathroom
12 January 2016
If you are currently in the process of building or remodeling your bathroom, you need to think about all the different ways that you can incorporate custom glass into the design.
Custom Glass Shower Doors
Instead of hanging up a shower current, or installing solid doors on your shower, you should consider installing custom glass doors on your shower. Glass doors can really open up your shower space, and make it feel larger than it really is.
5 Things to Be Aware of Regarding Roof Safety Harness Use
22 December 2015
While a harness is not necessary for all roofing work, some roofs are steep enough to require added security. A roof that is steeply pitched at an angle of 18.43 degrees or moreis classified as a "steep roof" by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. When you're working on a roof that's this steep, using a safety harness can prevent injury and even save lives.
The following are a few roof harness safety tips that you should be aware of to stay safe even when working on the steepest roofs.