What’s Eating Your Home?

While metals are hard and sturdy, they do have one major weakness that can turn them brittle and useless. Rust is a natural process that breaks down metals using water and oxygen, and various methods are used to prevent or at least delay this process. Unfortunately,...

Choosing Your Cover

Having a roof over your head is one of our basic human needs. In today’s world, however, you actually have many choices what that roof will be made of. Wood used to be a very common material for roofing, but it has been replaced with many cheaper and more versatile...

Don’t Touch This

Have you ever considered touchless fixtures in your business? While many despise these devices in the bathrooms, there are many benefits that can’t be ignored. One major benefit is that of hygiene. No one needs to touch the controls, meaning less spread of bacteria...

A Roofing Material That Is Everywhere You Look

When you look at homes in your neighborhood, what is the most common type of roofing that you see? In most cases, we can predict that it will be asphalt shingles since it is one of the most widely used roofing materials in the US. Why is that? One of the main reasons...

Some Extra Cleaning Won’t Hurt

Cleanliness is one of the main tools in keeping yourself and your family safe in the face of the coronavirus outbreak. Whenever you leave your home, you could be exposed to the virus and then bring it home to your family. Since many stores have sold out on their...

How Close Is Too Close?

Do you feel like people are avoiding you? As the Coronavirus spreads around the world, more and more are careful to practice social distancing. The recommendation is to stay at least 6 feet away from other people during this time to hinder the spread of the virus. It...
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