2014

Roof Repair Solutions For The Broke: Lack Of Money Doesn't Have To Mean Leaky Roof

Does your roof need attention but you lack the funds to do anything about it? If you answered yes, you're not alone. Many people live in homes that need repairs. The National Center for Healthy Housing actually examined housing conditions directly related to health problems. Out of the top six most common issues that go unresolved each year, roofing problems were number four. Most homeowners are aware that certain things like leaky roofs can cause water damage and mold growth when left to fester.

Warning Signs To Look For When Buying Used Construction Equipment

Looking at used heavy construction equipment for sale is a lot like looking at used cars for sale. If you know what to look for, it's possible to find a great piece of equipment at a reasonable price. With the price of used equipment rising as high as $500,000, savings are important. However, because of the demanding environment in which this equipment is used, it's easy to come across a lemon or two.

When To Call The Landlord: A First-Time Renter's Guide To Apartment Living

Are you living in your first apartment and wondering just how this independent living thing works? It's an exciting time, living on your own and navigating the world of self-sufficiency that comes with being a real adult. There's a lot of freedom you're only just experiencing for the first time. You probably also have a lot of questions about living on your own. Some things you will have to ask your parents or older friends about, or figure out as you go along.

Hire A Marine Contractor For Your Marine Construction Projects

If you have waterfront property, easy access to the water for boating, fishing, and swimming may be a high-priority. If you have beach-front property, the prevention of coastline erosion via the construction of a sea wall may also be of great interest. Marine construction can range from absurdly simple to highly complex depending on the depth of the water, type of water, general location, zoning laws, and the size of the project in question.

3 Symptoms Of A Sick Hot Tub

When you first purchased your hot tub, you probably imagined relaxing in a warm pool of bubbles after a long day at the office. Unfortunately, if your spa has been a little quirky lately, you might have a rough time diagnosing and repairing the problem. Here are three symptoms of a sick hot tub, and how a professional spa technician might be able to make things right again.  1: Weird Water