Concrete Spalling And Its Remedies
6 April 2016
In order for concrete to dry or cure, the water in the driveway has to be able to escape. This occurs as water seeps into the ground, but also as water vapor escapes through the surface of the concrete. As the concrete cures, the escaping water vapor will leave tiny holes in the surface of the concrete; these holes are known as capillaries. While they might not be visible to the naked eye, they can make a big impact in terms of the life of your driveway.
Home Maintenance To Complete Before Winter
12 January 2016
Before it starts snowing, there are certain maintenance tasks you should complete for your home. If you wait until after it begins to snow, you can face expensive bills or the task going uncompleted. Here are tasks you need to check off:
1. Beef up your attic and roof
Install extra insulation in your attic or crawl space. Since heat rises, much of the heat you lose in the winter will go out through your roof.
Tips For Preventing Wintertime Driveway Damage
3 November 2015
Concrete is among the more common materials that is used in the construction of driveways, but there are many homeowners that are poorly prepared to maintain it. This can be particularly true during the winter months. The harsh temperatures and large amounts of ice can put a tremendous amount of stress on the driveway. To prevent these conditions from causing major harm to the driveway, you should read these two tips:
Protect Your Property And Prevent Disaster - Types Of Fire Stop Caulking
20 July 2015
Whether you own a small home for you and your family or a large commercial complex that hosts a variety of businesses, making sure that your real estate is protected from potentially serious disasters is an important responsibility. Not only can a fire prevention system help save you money in the unfortunate event of a fire, but it can also go a long way toward lowering your insurance premiums and offering you confidence and emotional security.