Roof Care Tips For Homeowners

Roof care is one of the more important aspects of owning a home. Without proper care, you could find yourself facing the need to manage a number of expensive, disruptive and difficult repairs to this part of the home. This is particularly true due to the amount of wear and tear that the roof will sustain over the course of time. In order to minimize the problems that your roof can experience, there are several tips and upgrades that you should consider. [Read More]

Thinking About Buying Company Cars? 4 Reasons You Should Lease Them Instead

If you own a company, and your employees have access to company cars, you should talk to your dealer about commercial vehicle leasing instead of buying. Buying may allow you to own a car, which is great for your personal vehicles, but not so great for commercial purposes. In fact, buying your company cars may be the worst thing for you to do, for a number of reasons. Here are just four of the reasons you should lease your company cars, instead of buying them. [Read More]

3 Tips To Prevent Damage To Your Commercial Automatic Doors

If you have commercial automatic doors in place at your place of business, you might like the fact that they welcome people to your business and allow people to walk in and out with a minimal effort. Of course, when these doors are being used in a busy establishment, there is always the chance of wear and tear or other types of damage. Fortunately, if you follow a few tips, you can help prevent damage to these doors and can help ensure that they last and work properly for a long time to come. [Read More]

The 3 Steps Involved In Creating A Beautiful Polished Concrete Floor From Your Older Home's Slab

If you're renovating an older home and have ripped up the old floor coverings, you may have been disappointed to find a concrete slab underneath. Many older homes reveal original hardwood flooring beneath ancient carpets or linoleum but many more reveal slightly less exciting concrete instead. Instead of despairing and lamenting the cost of installing new flooring, a concrete base is actually a great find. Unlike chipboard or cheap pine flooring, concrete gives you the opportunity to create a striking and contemporary new floor without the expense of new materials and extensive labor. [Read More]