Essential Tips For Storing Your Propane During The Winter

Posted on: 7 December 2015

Whether you use propane to power your equipment, heat your home or simply keep it in case of an emergency, you probably know that storing it correctly is important. During the winter months, it can be even more important to protect your propane. Luckily, following these tips can help you store it the right way when the temperatures plunge. Use the Right Type of Tank Storage in the right type of propane tank is always important, and it can be particularly important during the winter, when the propane can be at risk of separating. [Read More]

Paint Your Chain Link Fence For A Desired Effect

Posted on: 18 November 2015

If you have a chain link fence around your yard and you don't like the bland coloring of it, you can easily paint it any color you want. Painting the fence the same color as the trim of your house can help tie it in to the house's style. Painting it the same color as the grass in your yard can make it less noticeable. Once you choose the color you want your fence to be, you can follow the instructions below to paint it yourself. [Read More]

3 Foundation Problems And The Repairs That Can Correct The Damage

Posted on: 30 October 2015

Damage to the foundation of your home can be caused by different problems. Depending on the type of foundation you have, it may be due to static water pressure or it can be due to things like settling. The repairs that are needed for these problems will differ greatly. Here are some of the repairs that you may need for your foundation: 1. Settling Slab Foundations In Loose Soils [Read More]

Need Energy Efficient Windows? Look For The U-Factor

Posted on: 15 October 2015

Do you need energy efficient replacement windows for your home? There are numerous options available at your local home supply store or window company. The amount of selections can make the shopping process intimidating, but there's one number in particular that can help you find the most efficient window when comparing between similar models. And that number is called the u-factor. The u-factor measures heat transfer or the rate at which warm air can pass through the window from outside or how much heated air can pass through to the outside. [Read More]