What Is Wet Lumber?

​Wet lumber, is also called green lumber. It is wood which is used for construction that has a higher level of moisture that that of kiln dried wood for example. When a tree is felled there tends to be a lot of water in the cells of the wood. The term for water that...

Ventilation – Clean It Out!

If you have ventilation for your home, overtime dust and dirt can build up, thus reducing the good air quality of your home. How can you clean out your ducts to make sure that’s your quality is good for your household? That will be the topic of today’s...

Plywood VS OSB – Which Is More Applicable?

OSB and plywood are both used in construction, especially in roofing projects and in flooring projects. However, depending on the project, you will use one type of wood over the other. Both the pros and cons of each will be discussed in this article. OSB is a type of...

Is Geothermal Energy For You?

Many ways are being created to get cleaner, greater sustainable energy to residential and commercial places, but it the time and money put into providing geothermal energy for your business or home? Well both side’s will be discussed in the article today....

Why You Should Insulate Your Plumbing

In the winter time, the temperature can drop so low that it can actually freeze the pipes in your house, causing them to rupture, flood your house, and cause massive water damage to your personal property. How do you prevent this from happening to your home? Well this...

Mud-Jacking: What Exactly Is It?

If you have concrete sidewalks at your home or a concrete driveway, and its been a very wet season. You start to notice that the foundation the concrete was built on starts to crumble, and in turn, the concrete itself starts to drop into the dirt. What can you do to...
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