Don't Let Birds Damage Your Roof

Wildlife is a beautiful and intriguing thing to watch. However, when you have wildlife nesting around your home, these animals can quickly turn into pests. This is especially the case when they are living on your roof. Birds can make nest along your rafters, vents and gutters, causing serious issues. The Problem With Birds Something as small and seemingly innocent as a bird can cause a great deal of damage to your home's roof. [Read More]

How To Install Anchor Pieces On Your Home's Exterior

Adding siding to your home is a huge remodeling project--mainly because it will be completely changing the look of your home's exterior. It is a drastic remodel when it comes to the curb appeal of your property. However, this does not mean that it has to be a huge and expensive remodel. If you install vinyl siding, the project is actually quite affordable and easy. The project is definitely the most cost effective if you install the siding on your own. [Read More]

2 Methods And A Tip For Storing Removed Asbestos For The Short Term

When done as part of a larger project, asbestos abatement can become much more complicated that a simple cut and dump. If your construction project is going to have multiple phases, like many remodeling or retrofitting projects, then you may need to store your old loose asbestos on site; doing this safely is the difference between keeping your building occupants and workers safe and potentially having a lawsuit on your hands. [Read More]

The Benefits Of A Good Fire Alarm System

If there is a fire at your home or business, then you could stand to take huge losses--both financially and physically (smoke inhalation, loss of life, etc.). Therefore, it is critical that you have an effective and reliable fire alarm system. When browsing your options, there are a couple of things that you should keep in mind: Comprehensive Heat and Smoke Detection Many older fire alarms might just detect the presence of smoke. [Read More]