Like many pieces of equipment in the construction and contractor trade, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires cranes to be regularly inspected. It's extremely important you know the guidelines to ensure you are not only in compliance but avoid potentially costly litigation, workers compensation claims, government fines, or even a wrongful death suit in the future. Here is what you need to know about caring for and operating your cranes. [Read More]
What To Do With Your Basement
Have you recently bought a home that's equipped with a basement? Or, maybe you've had a basement for a long time but simply haven't known what to do with it. Maybe you're simply thinking of adding a basement to your home or changing up the one you already have. Whatever the case may be, if you have a basement, then you should know that it's a wonderful addition to your home, one that you can do absolutely anything with. [Read More]
Are You Surprising Your Teenager with New Wheels?
Are you looking for a previously owned car to give to your teenager for his or her birthday? Perhaps you are way ahead of the game and you are already looking for a car that you can give your teen as a surprise Christmas gift. If you are purchasing a used car for your teen, you are probably focused on two main factors: how safe the car is and how reliable it will be for your son or daughter to drive. [Read More]
Tips To Keep Your Vinyl Siding In Good Shape
Vinyl siding can be long-lasting, but it can get damaged from weather, and it can stain from mold and mildew. If you don't take care of your siding it can look unsightly over time. Vinyl siding is not cheap, so you may not be able to afford to change it every 5 years. Make your siding last 15-20 years or more by following the tips below. Clean Your Siding Clean mold and mildew off of your siding using a pressure washer or a garden hose and a brush along with vinyl siding cleaner. [Read More]