2 Safety Systems to Inspect as You Are Opening Your New Business

When you are getting ready to open the door to your business for the first time, there are many factors that you need to consider from merchandising to staffing and everything in between. However, one of the factors that you may not be considering right as you are about to open your new business is all of the safety factors and systems that you need to have in place. Before you open the doors, it is important for you and your business (as well as to your customers) to ensure that all of your safety systems are in place and functioning properly. [Read More]

Impacted By The Recent Hurricane? 4 Steps To Take To Preserve Your Drywall

If your home suffered water damage when Hurricane Matthew went through, you'll need to take care of the drywall as soon as possible. Water can destroy your drywall, especially if clean-up is delayed. As soon as you're able to get back into your home, you should get started on the drywall clean-up. Here are four steps you should take to preserve your drywall. Open the Windows Mold can grow quite quickly, especially when the conditions are humid. [Read More]

Remodeling Your Old House? Steps to Take Before You Start Tearing Down Walls

When you have an older house, eventually you will probably want to do some remodeling to allow for more modern conveniences that you and your family enjoy. However, if you have never undertaken a major renovation or remodeling project before, the prospect can seem daunting to say the least. One of the best parts of owning an older house is all of the charm and uniqueness that goes along with it, and you do not want to lose that as you renovate and remodel. [Read More]

Troubleshooting A Leaking Electric Water Heater

If your home's electric water heater is leaking water, then it is having a problem that requires your immediate attention. While some leaks have a simple fix, other leaks are a sign of an impending failure of your water heater's tank. It is very important to know which situation you are dealing with. If you let the water heater continue to leak, then you may come home one day to find that the tank has split and water has flooded your garage. [Read More]