How To Make Your Parking Lot Safer For All Of Your Customers

Parking lots see a lot of traffic from vehicles and pedestrians, which is why you need to make sure your parking area is safe for everyone. Making a few changes to this area can help slow drivers down and you can give people a safe area to walk to and from their cars. After you have some additional information, you can choose the best changes to make to your company's parking lot. [Read More]

Important Things To Know About Your Home's Driveway

Do you have a driveway that needs to be redone? Are you trying to decide whether you want another concrete slab driveway or try out a new asphalt driveway instead? Here are some facts that you may not have known about your driveway: Concrete absorbs water: Concrete driveways may look solid, but they absorb water similar to a sponge. In summer, this is usually harmless because the water will evaporate in the air voids. [Read More]

Choose Your Sink Carefully To Prevent Splashing

If your new kitchen faucet is sending water splashing everywhere, it's not defective -- it's just likely either too tall or too strong. While there's no set formula for choosing a new kitchen sink that won't splash, there are ways to lessen or stop the splashing. Obviously, you can change out the entire faucet too, but try these tactics first to save yourself the trouble. Flow Rate and Velocity Reducing the flow rate and amount is a common way to stop splashing. [Read More]

Repairing The Obstruction Sensors On A Garage Door

If a garage door were to close on a person or pet, the pressure of the garage door could prove fatal. To prevent such accidents, garage door manufacturers use obstruction sensors. These sensors are designed to detect people, pets, or objects that could be harmed if the door were to close. If an obstruction is detected, the sensors send a signal to stop the door. While this system works, sensors can malfunction, and when they do, repairs are required to get your door working again. [Read More]