Colder Temperatures: Improving The Efficiency And Safety Of Propane Use In Your Business

If you have several industrial propane tanks on your work site, whether they are used as heating fuel or to power any industrial vehicles, you need to prevent your tanks from freezing during the winter months if they are stored outside. Preventing freezing helps to improve efficiency and keep your employees safe. Here are some things to consider: 1. Propane tank heaters. Propane heaters are like specially fitted electric blankets for your tanks that will help to keep the internal content at an optimum temperature. Read More 

Sewer Line Snag Or Drain Dilemma? Here’s How To Tell The Difference

If your home's wastewater is outstaying its welcome, you can be forgiven for wishing for the "good old days" of outhouses, wash buckets and chamber pots. You're most likely looking at one of two problems -- a clogged drain (which you may be able to fix yourself) or a malfunctioning sewer line (which requires the aid of a professional plumber). Here are some ways to tell which problem is plaguing your home. Read More 

How To Troubleshoot Your Stud Welding System

A stud welding system is useful to any workshop, whether it is for an industrial or an amateur usage, to weld bolts or fasteners onto a metal part. From the building of a luxury cruising ship to the assembly of an electrical panel, stud welding has a lot of applications. Yours may be automated or in the shape of a gun, or you may have a sophisticated stud welding system that fits the high productivity of your plant. Read More 

2 Ways To Resurface Your Brick Indoor Fireplace

If your brick indoor fireplace is old or in need of an update, there are several ways you can give it a new look. Here are two ideas with instructions to help you transform the look of your fireplace. Cover Your Brick Fireplace with Stone With a little work and effort, you can cover your fireplace's old brick facade. First, select the type of stone you want to use to cover the brick with. Read More 

Staining Versus Painting A Wood Garage Door – Factors To Keep In Mind

If your wooden garage door is looking worn and run down, staining or painting it can breathe new life into it. This is because weather, dirt and sunlight can all negatively affect the look of the door over time. Staining or painting the door revives the color, making it look new again. However, before you can complete this task, you have to decide which is better -- painting or staining. Here are some factors you will want to keep in mind as you make this decision. Read More