How To Clean Your Roof Of Algae Stains
28 July 2015
Algae stains are ugly. They create dark streaks that go across your roof and cause it to not blend with the rest of the house. This is very frustrating for homeowners because it can lower a house's overall worth. As a result, many homeowners are taking the war against algae into their own hands by cleaning the algae themselves or hiring a roof repair contractor to do it for them. If your roof needs any other repairs, contact a roofer like Golden Spike Roofing Inc.
Four Ways To Protect Your Home Against Storm Damage
2 July 2015
Whether you live in Tornado Alley, along a hurricane coast, or just have frequent wind or hail storms to contend with, taking steps to make your home more secure against storm damage is a smart idea. The following four security ideas provide the utmost in safety.
#1: Get Ready for Impact
The windows on your home are the biggest concern during any storm. Wind, hail, or blowing debris can shatter the glass or break a wooden door.
Stud Welding Systems 101 | An Inexperienced User's Guide
27 June 2015
Stud welders are used in many different construction and manufacturing processes, but a stud welding gun is also a useful tool to have in your own garage. The stud welder makes the process of welding simple, even without a whole lot of experience. If you think that you would like to have a stud welding system of your own, it is likely that you have a lot of questions. Here are a few of the most common questions about stud welders and the answers you should know to get you started.
Eco-Friendly Ways To Prevent Furnace Heating Inefficiency
16 June 2015
One of the ways that energy is wasted when trying to heat a building has to do with inefficiency inherent in the system. Part of this is leaks in the insulation that keeps heat from a furnace inside, and part of it is in the operation of the furnace itself. Here are some eco-friendly ways to prevent and repair inefficient areas of your heating system that might be causing you to waste energy.