Should Your Home Have A Fire Extinguisher?

Fire at home is probably one of the most frightening disasters one could ever experience. In just a matter of seconds, it could be life-threatening, and a few minutes more, it can bring your entire home down in flames. So, considering the amount of risk, it is best to be prepared; get materials and lay out plans to keep your family and home safe from fire. Fire Alarm You probably know by now that smoke detectors and fire alarms are your first line of defense in case of fire. Read More 

How To Get Your Arc Stud Welding Equipment To Work With Various Materials

Stud welding is a popular form of welding because it is one of the least expensive and fastest methods of welding. Also, the results of a stud welding project will last for longer and will be much more durable. However, you will need to use materials that work well with arc stud welding equipment and you will need to know how to weld each type of material properly. Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding with Brass Read More 

3 Signs You Should Rent Traffic Cones For Your Next Road Work Project

If you are in the midst of planning a road work project, then one thing that you will probably need for safety purposes is traffic cones. Even though you might know that you can buy them, you might not realize that you can often rent them from companies that rent out work zone equipment and supplies. These are a few signs that it might be a good idea to rent traffic cones for your upcoming project. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Insulated Vinyl Siding

If you are looking to install new siding on your home, you may be considering vinyl siding. There are many benefits to vinyl siding. It is low maintenance, long-lasting and it doesn't attract wood-eating pests. If you do decide to go with vinyl siding, one of the key decisions you will have to make is whether to select insulated or non-insulated vinyl siding. Taking the time to learn the benefits associated with each choice will help you make the decision that is best for you. Read More 

Protect Your Business Image With These Concrete Driveway Maintenance Tasks

Few business owners give much thought to their concrete driveway. But it will be one of the first things your customers see upon arriving and one of the unsung elements of your business they will interact with the most. So, how can you keep your building's driveway looking sharp and reflecting good ownership? Here are 4 ways you can do it on any budget. Seal It. Concrete should be properly sealed after installation. Read More