Keeping Your Construction Site Operating Through Bad Weather

If you're a general contractor, one of the biggest challenges you may face on a daily basis is how unpredictable the weather can be. Pushing through the rain, cold and snow may slow you and your crew down but it shouldn't put a halt to your construction project. Here are a few ways that you can keep your construction site operational during cold winter months when weather can be treacherous and unpredictable: Read More 

Moisture Is Collecting Inside My Windows In Winter: Should I Be Concerned?

Condensation is a common problem on the inside of windows in winter time. As a homeowner, you may find it troubling to see an unexplained build-up of water inside your home--even if it only takes the form of a thin layer of moisture. However, condensation on windows does not necessarily point to a larger problem. Understanding the causes of condensation inside the windows as well as the signs of trouble can help you prevent any problems, and may prevent needless worry. Read More 

3 Simple Way To Prolong The Life Of Your Garage Door

If you have an automatic garage door opener, you probably take it for granted on a regular basis--that is, until it stops working properly. Garage door repair can be quite expensive and complicated work, as there are many small parts that keep your garage door opener system running. Once you have a repair performed on your garage door, there are a few steps you can take to avoid having to make any more repairs in the near future and prolong the life of your garage door. Read More