If you live on the beach, you need to use a different type of roofing material to keep your house protected from water and wind damage you may receive. Follow the tips below so you can worry more about swimming in the ocean than your roof. Choose a Metal Roof Instead of the traditional asphalt shingles for your beach house, consider putting a metal roof on it. A metal roof is sturdy, and it is also resistant to termites, water, wind, mildew, and rot.…Read More »
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Floods can create real problems with both bored and driven drilled wells. After a flood, it can be difficult for owners to disinfect these wells. First, you must inspect the condition of the well before proceeding with a treatment plan. Furthermore, you should always have a test kit to periodically check the quality of the well water regardless of whether there has been a flood. If you believe the water in your well is contaminated (or if you have any reason to suspect it is), you should only drink stored or bottled water until you are sure it is not contaminated anymore.…Read More »
If you are in the construction business, there are probably a lot of things that you love about your job. One thing that you probably don’t love, however, is working in unheated homes and other structures that are being built in the wintertime. A good solution is to bring along a propane heater to keep you warm, since they’re easy to transport and can provide a good amount of heat. However, you have to stay safe when using a propane heater.…Read More »