Resurface Your Deck To Eliminate Splinters And Make It Easier To Care For

Spring comes with a very long to-do list when you own a home. Since winter weather is so damaging, you get to spend the first few weekends of spring undoing the damage that Old Man Winter has caused over a few short months. One area that many people focus on is the deck. If you have a wooden deck that you're working to get ready for summer fun, there are a few things to consider.   Read More...

2 Distinct Benefits Of Rubber Modified Asphalt

As paving technology continues to grow, a variety of different asphalt products continue to be developed. One type of asphalt that has gained much popularity in recent years is known as rubber modified asphalt, or RMA. If you would like to learn more about the advantages of this type of asphalt, read on. This article will discuss two distinct benefits of rubber modified asphalt. Brief Overview Of Rubber Modified Asphalt   Read More...

Five Things You Can Do In Your Landscaping Efforts To Make Snow Removal Easier Next Winter

Flowers may be blooming and leaves budding in your area, but now is in fact a great time to think about snow removal. If snow removal at your home or facility is a huge burden every winter, you might want to take some time to reconsider your landscaping this summer. The following are five things you can do in your landscaping that can make it easier for you to remove snow when winter comes around again:   Read More...

Top Benefits Of An Aluminum Dock

If you are in the market to purchase a new dock, you might want to consider purchasing an aluminum dock. To help you decide whether the aluminum dock is the best choice for your needs, you might want to take a little bit of time to review the following benefits. It Will Not Rot Or Warp Over The Years The traditional wood docks have a habit of warping and rotting over the years.   Read More...

How To Keep Your Garage Door Safe

The heavy door on your garage opens and closes easily because of a set of high-tension springs, pulleys and cables that counterbalance the weight of the door. The garage door mechanism has built in safety features to prevent accidental injury to people should a failure occur. It's a good idea to periodically do the following inspections and tests to make sure your garage door remains safe. Garage Door Spring Safety Cables   Read More...