Talking About Safety On Construction Sites

« Back to Home

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS

3 Considerations To Make Sure Your Locks Are As Safe As Possible

Posted on

If you are concerned about the security of your home and your most precious belongings, then it is in your best interest to contact a locksmith to have your locks changed to the most secure varieties possible. However, a simple lock change does not guarantee security. To make sure that lock changes help to make your home as safe as possible, consider the following things as well. Invest in a Solid Door…

Read More »

3 Signs it's Time to Upgrade Your Home's Electrical Panel

Posted on

When it comes to your home’s power supply, chances are you don’t think much about it until it is gone or does not meet your basic needs. Unfortunately, many older electrical panels are simply not equipped to supply enough energy to power all the gadgets in your home. However, you might not realize your home’s power supply is not adequate because you’ve learned to live with the quirks of your outdated system.…

Read More »

Four Ways To Beat The Heat With Home Improvements That Reduce Energy Costs

Posted on

If you want to beat the heat and save money, there are some home improvements that can help you get more energy savings and keep your home cool. This can be things like roof coatings to reflect heat, adding insulation to reduce air leaks and adding window treatments that provide thermal barriers. Here are some home improvements that can be done to help you beat the heat and reduce your energy costs:…

Read More »

Four Reasons For Sluggish Toilets

Posted on

If your toilet suddenly begins to get sluggish and doesn’t flush completely, you probably reach for a plunger to remove the clog. You may be surprised to learn that clogs in the drain are only one of the reasons for problems with incomplete flushing. If your toilet is sluggish or fails to flush properly but doesn’t respond to a good plunging, consider these other common causes for sluggish or incomplete flushing.…

Read More »

How To Remove A Vehicle Dent With A Stud Welder Gun

Posted on

Stud welding is a type of flash or heat welding that occurs between a fastener and a nut, and many construction professionals use stud welding guns to attach two pieces of metal together quickly. Stud welding guns can be used by homeowners or residential consumers as well, and one of the most common uses involves dent repair. Large automobile dents are often repaired at home with the use of drills, and a plunger can be slipped through the drill hole to pull out substantial indentations.…

Read More »

Duct, Duct, Loose: Leaks In Your Ductwork Is No Kid's Game! Learn How To Seal Ductwork And Improve Your Heater's Efficiency

Posted on

If you notice that your home isn’t heating as well as it used to, you may be tempted to assume that there is something wrong with your furnace. While that is possible, there is a more likely cause. Your ductwork may be leaking hot air into unused areas of your home. According to ENERGY STAR, you may be losing 20 to 30 percent of the heat forced through your ductwork due to holes, leaks and poorly sealed joints.…

Read More »

4 Warning Signs Of A Weak Roof

Posted on

Your roof is the overhead support of your house. Without your roof, you would be subject to all sorts of natural maladies. Everything from strong weather to bugs to debris and foliage could make a destructive mess of your house if it were not for your roof! Thankfully, your roof is there, above head, doing its job well. Or is it? It could be the case that you have a weak roof, and that any moment, it could suffer from anything from a leak to that most dreaded of roof problems: total collapse.…

Read More »

How Can You Reinforce Your Garage Door Against Break-Ins?

Posted on

Whether you’ve recently suffered a rash of burglaries in your neighborhood or your home itself has been hit by thieves, you may be considering your home safety and security options. Although armed security systems can provide you with some peace of mind (as well as a discount on your homeowners insurance premium), the most effective weapon against a would-be burglar is often simply a home that won’t physically allow outside entry.…

Read More »

Three Considerations To Help Maximize The Use Of A Street Sweeper On The Job Site

Posted on

 A construction site is a dirty, dusty place during much of its evolution from bare ground to finished product. Street sweeping equipment, like that from USA Services of Florida, is excellent for keeping construction debris and dirt from becoming a problem. However, since a construction site offers unique challenges for street sweeping equipment, there are a few things you should keep in mind so their use can be maximized. Below are three particular considerations that can help your sweet sweeper perform to its highest level and give you the most use at your site:…

Read More »

What You Can Expect During An Annual Fire Sprinkler Inspection

Posted on

Most cities, counties and states require commercial businesses to have their fire sprinkler systems inspected on an annual basis. This helps ensure the sprinkler system is functional should a fire break out. However, if your business has never undergone one before, you may be wondering what will be inspected and why. Here is a bit of information that will help you determine what you can expect during your annual fire sprinkler inspection.…

Read More »