How To Caulk A Window

Caulking is the sealant that is applied in the seams around fixtures in a home that help insulate the interior of your house from exterior temperatures. Over time, due to general wear and tear, caulking can break down and fall apart, leaving gaps around your windows that allow cold air to seep into your home. Thankfully, applying caulk around a window is a fairly simple process that only requires a few tools and some time to complete properly. [Read More]

Concrete Need A New Look? 3 Ways To Restore And Protect It

If you're in the process of adding new landscaping to your home, this might be the perfect time to give a new look to your old concrete. Pitted, chipped and damaged concrete can make your home look old and worn-down. You don't have to go to the expense of replacing the concrete. There are several methods to repair and restore the look of your existing concrete. Here are three unique ways to change the appearance of the concrete around your home. [Read More]

Why You Should Invest In Fiberglass New Windows

There are a number of popular window materials to choose from. Some products, like wood, offer a more traditional style but they are not quite as practical when it comes to daily usage. On the other hand, some materials, like fiberglass, are more functional and they have very few practical problems. This article will focus on the particular strengths of fiberglass windows. Fiberglass is Durable Most people will invest in fiberglass simply because it is such a durable material. [Read More]

3 Tips For Improving Safety Around Confined Spaces

Do you have employees who work in or around confined spaces? Do they perhaps have to work around manholes, deep wells, or the open tops of large pieces of machinery? One of the most dangerous risks surrounding this kind of work is the possibility of falling into the confined space. The space could be extremely deep, meaning the worker could fall a great distance and face serious impact. Or the confined space may have limited oxygen or other dangerous conditions. [Read More]