Protect Your Rooftop Deck Investment During A Hail Storm

Posted on: 13 October 2015

What large cities don't have in floor space, they make up for in large buildings. Though you may not be able to have a large yard in a large city, what you can have is a rooftop deck. If your condominium or purchased loft comes with a large rooftop area, you can make this your outdoor playground. You can use the spot to plant flowers, set up patio equipment, or even lay down turf to make a grassy area.
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Four Ways That You Can Reuse And Save With Tree Removal Waste

Posted on: 29 September 2015

If you have to have a tree removed, there is a lot of waste that gets left behind. If you want to reduce the total costs of your removal, you may want to deal with disposing of the waste yourself. Here are some tips to help you deal with your tree waste and cut costs on your removal project: 1. Cutting Large Logs Into Usable Lumber There may be a lot of large logs with your tree removal.
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Commercial Roofing Questions You Need Answered

Posted on: 10 September 2015

Maintaining a roof is a task that can turn out to be far more confusing and complicated that you may have originally thought. In particular, this can be especially true for those that have a limited understanding about the types of maintenance needs and problems that a roof can encounter. Once you have some of the more common questions and concerns about roofing answered, you will likely be in a better position when you are making choices for this part of your business's building.
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Tips to Troubleshoot a Portable Air Conditioner Unit

Posted on: 24 August 2015

Knowing how to do basic troubleshooting on your portable air conditioner can help to extend the life of your unit and keep it running efficiently. Here are some of the most common problems encountered with a portable air conditioner and what you can do. The Unit Is Leaking Occasionally, you will notice your portable air conditioner leaking. Condensation builds in your unit as it is used and it usually is dispelled through a drain hose.
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