The Upsides And Downsides Of Geothermal Heating And Cooling

If you're looking for a way to heat and cool your home without using an excess of energy, you may be considering a geothermal heat pump system. This type of system either collects heat from below ground or discharges heat into the below-ground soil, depending on whether you have it set to "heat" or "cool." While geothermal heat pumps are an earth-friendly choice, there are a few benefits and drawbacks to consider before you have one added to your home. Read More 

Keeping Your New Concrete Sidewalks Looking Like New

If you own a business with a vast amount of property, and you recently had concrete sidewalks installed for customers and employees to utilize when on your grounds, it is likely you wish for them to remain in a new-looking condition for as long as possible. There are a few steps you can take to prolong the life of your concrete walkways. Here are some tips you can use so your investment remains looking nice while offering a safe area to walk upon. Read More 

3 Maintenance Tips For Your Vinyl Siding

Keeping your home's exterior looking nice is important when it comes to establishing curb appeal. Many homeowners make the choice to invest in new siding when they want to update the look of their home's exterior, and vinyl siding products are popular options. If you have recently installed new vinyl siding on your home, it's important that you are able to properly maintain this siding in order to preserve the aesthetic of your home's exterior. Read More 

3 Waterproofing Myths All Homeowners Should Ignore

If you're a homeowner, you've heard about exterior waterproofing. However, how much do you really know? The answer is probably not that much. The average homeowner doesn't likely know as much about this process as they think, leading to a number of myths. Here are just some of the myths you want to ignore to ensure you are making the right decision for your home's waterproofing needs. Leaking Will Still Be an Issue Read More 

3 Reasons Metal Buildings Are An Excellent Chicken Coop Choice For Your Flock

Whether you are getting serious about being self-sufficient or you just enjoy having them around, having your own flock of chickens can be a truly rewarding experience. However, these feathered fowl must have a place for safe sleeping at night when the sun goes down. While many first-time chicken owners will erect a small coop out of wood on their property, this is a chore that can take some time and effort to tackle. Read More