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 

Kitchen Renovation Ideas You Can Do Without Breaking The Bank

Renovating your kitchen to help give you extra storage space, or just to upgrade it to look a little more modern doesn't have to cost you a lot of money. There are some things you can do, some are even DIY projects you can do in a single day. See below for some of these kitchen renovations. New Countertops New countertops can change the entire look of your kitchen. If you have older countertops, or if your counters are damaged or broken, installing new countertops is a good update to make to your kitchen. Read More 

Overlooking Heating System Tune-Ups Is Not Wise — Here’s Why

Are you like many other property owners who ignore their heating systems until the systems show signs that they need to be repaired? If so, the following should help you to understand why heating maintenance is important. Even one skipped winter of maintenance can cause significant problems for you and your heating system. Dirt Removal Dirt can accumulate on different parts of your heating system such as the blower blades. This buildup can negatively impact efficiency, which can cause higher heating costs. Read More 

Loam And Topsoil: Is There A Difference?

When you hear landscapers or farmers talk about loam and topsoil, you begin to wonder if the two are two separate things. After all, farmers talk about having good, loam-y soil for planting, so you might assume that they are the same. However, that is not entirely the case. Here is some more information on loam and topsoil to help clarify how these soils are related and different. Topsoil Topsoil is a very rich, dark, soft earth that has a lot of nutrients in it and has more decomposed organic material in it than loam. Read More 

Habitat In Humidity: Mold Resistant Building Materials And Design

If you're remodeling an old house or building a new one, combating and preventing future moisture problems should be one of your top concerns. With builder grade materials, you don't get as much prevention as you would when specifically choosing building materials that are resistant to mold and mildew. Here's how you should design and outfit your remodeled or newly-built space to prevent future mold growth.  1. Opt for treated wood. Read More