3 Ways Installing Impact Windows Can Improve Your Business Premises

Posted on: 22 December 2022

As a business owner, you are responsible for various tasks, from finding the right employees to maximizing the business revenue. If your business is in an area prone to hurricanes, then you will also need to find ways to safeguard your business from hurricane damage. Installing impact windows is a great way to protect your business during hurricane season. Impact windows combine rigid laminate glass, a high-quality frame, and an e-coating, making them strong enough to withstand strong winds and impact from objects without shattering.
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Do You Need A New Well On Your Client's Property?

Posted on: 7 December 2022

Whether you are building a new home or you have an existing home you're adding onto and you are dealing with a private well situation, it's important to know if you need new residential water well drilling on the property or not. This is a service that must be hired out to professionals who know how to do residential water well drilling — often, a well pump company. Even if there's an existing well on the land, your customer may need a new one.
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3 Benefits Of Using Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Posted on: 23 November 2022

While people often use new wood flooring in their homes, you can also use reclaimed wood products. This wood has been used before, often for the same purpose. So, for example, you might put down wood that was once part of a floor in an old building. The wood will have been cleaned up and, in some cases, treated to get it ready to use again.  What are the benefits of using reclaimed wood for your home's floors?
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3 Clog-Preventing Plumbing Tips For Pet Owners

Posted on: 9 November 2022

According to the American Pet Products Association, 70% of U.S. households have at least one pet. If you share your home with a furry friend, you probably haven't given much thought to how your animals can affect the function of your plumbing system. Unfortunately, animals can contribute to clogged drains. Here are three simple clog-preventing tips that you can use to help prevent clogs in the future. 1. Use Drain Strainers
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