Put More Thought Into Reusing And Recycling Your Construction Junk

Posted on: 14 September 2015

Renovation and remodeling projects create a lot of junk. Even a small project can produce a lot of debris that needs removal. Larger projects can create mini-landfills all on their own. Contractors in charge of these projects need to learn how to best deal with the junk. It's no longer okay to dump it anywhere. Instead, you can recycle it, salvage it, or hire someone who can do those things for you. [Read More]

3 Things to Do before Operating a Crane

Posted on: 26 August 2015

A crane is an essential piece of equipment on many construction sites. In order to avoid damage to the loads you're lifting and prevent injuries to yourself and others, use the following steps before you start to operate the crane. Visually Inspect the Crane The first thing you need to do when you are about to operate a crane is to make sure it is in good shape. Visually inspecting your crane is one way to check whether the crane will be able to work properly when you use it. [Read More]

How To Cut Out Like A Pro

Posted on: 11 August 2015

There are many great home remodels that are cost-effective and fun at the same time. Many DIYers want to invest in a home remodel that they can do on their own. One great home remodel that you can even do over the course of the weekend and involve your family is to repaint your interior walls. However, painting can be messy work, and it is not as simple as just brushing paint onto a wall. [Read More]

Three Uses For Ductless AC Systems In Your Home Renovation Projects

Posted on: 29 July 2015

If you are doing home renovations, sometimes adding AC can be challenging. If you want to add AC to more areas of your home, this can often mean that you have to upgrade an existing system and do expensive remodeling. Ductless AC systems can be a great solution to add more air conditioning to your home. Here are some different ways that you can use ductless AC in your home renovation projects:     [Read More]