Want to Protect Your Central Air Conditioning Unit? Here Is How You Can Do It

Since central air conditioning units are hardly cheap to replace, you will want to make sure that yours is being cared for in the best possible way. To do just that, you will need to make use of the following suggestions. Place the Unit on a Solid Concrete Pad You will need to have a concrete pad poured as soon as you begin to make plans to have a central air conditioning unit installed. Read More 

Should You Use Reclaimed Lumber for Your Sunroom?

With the price of lumber continuing to rise since the Great Recession, those planning to construct a sunroom before summer arrives in full force may be looking for some money-saving methods—including the use of recycled or reclaimed lumber in place of freshly-cut lumber. If you have access to a large quantity of old barn wood (or even a disassembled pool deck), you may be able to build a sunroom for only the cost of screws and other finishing touches. Read More 

Three Ways To Make Your Residents Feel Happy And Secure

If you own an apartment complex, then you want to make it as desirable as possible. The more desirable the complex is, the easier your units will be to rent and the longer you are going to be able to retain the renters who do move in. You can learn about three ways you can cater to your residents here: Offer common areas where residents can mingle with one another Read More 

New Roof Or Just A Repair? These Guidelines Will Help You Decide

When your asphalt shingle roof starts leaking or shingles start peeling, you have a decision to make. Should you have the roof repaired or is it time to replace it entirely? The distinction is not always a clear one. To help determine which is the better choice for you, follow these guidelines.  How old is your roof? Over 20 Years: The average asphalt shingle roof has a life expectancy of about 20 years. Read More 

Debating How To Refinish Your Business’s Parking Lot? What Are Your Options?

If you've recently moved your business into a building with an aging parking lot, having this lot repaired or repaved may be first on your list of priorities, especially if your customers tend to come from far and wide to visit you. However, the decision of how to best repave a parking lot in need of repair can be a hotly debated one, and you may find yourself nearly overwhelmed with the various options before you. Read More