Replacing The Bleachers In Your Athletic Arena: Options To Consider

Posted on: 27 April 2016

When you are the owner and operator of an athletic arena, you want to make sure that you have created an ideal environment for athletes and teams to compete in as well as for spectators to come and enjoy the events. However, if you have been in business for a while, your arena may be in need of some upgrades and some replacements for existing fixtures. If you are at that point, one of the best steps that you can take is to replace your bleachers. [Read More]

How To Seal And Insulate Ducts

Posted on: 9 April 2016

Modern furnaces have great energy efficiency, especially if you choose an Energy Star rated product. However, no matter how efficient your furnace is, you will lose a lot of heat and waste a lot of energy if your ducts are not fully sealed and insulated. To adequately seal and add insulation, you will need to do the job before the drywall is installed. This article explains how to seal the ducts seams with aluminum foil tape and how to install thermal bubble rolls for extra insulation. [Read More]

How To Repair Your Crumbling Chimney

Posted on: 17 March 2016

Really old chimneys frequently have issues with crumbling and flaking mortar. Either acid rain or age causes the mortar to deteriorate, and then it does not take much more than a strong wind or the sonic boom of thunder to shake a few bricks loose. If you are currently experiencing problems with loose bricks and/or a crumbling chimney, here is how you can repair it yourself. Buy Supplies to Repair the Chimney [Read More]

4 Concrete And Foundation Improvements To Protect Your Home From Water And Settling

Posted on: 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: [Read More]