4 Different Types Of Scaffolding

If you need scaffolding for your construction project, you are going to need to know exactly what type of scaffolding you need for the project. Understanding the types of scaffolding will help you choose the right scaffolding for the job. Type #1: Single Scaffolding Single scaffolding is the simplest type of scaffolding. It is made out of standards, ledgers, and putlogs. This type of scaffolding runs parallel to the walls that are being worked on. [Read More]

2 Ways To Use Steel Buildings As A Storm Shelter

It seems as if the weather just keeps getting more severe. That means that there are stronger thunderstorms and more tornadoes happening. If you live in one of the areas where severe storms and tornadoes are common, you want to make sure that you and your family are as protected as possible. There are things that you can do that will help you make sure that your family is safe. One of them is to work with a company that sells and builds steel buildings and have them come and tell you your various options. [Read More]

When To Re-Evaluate And Re-Excavate Your Property's Grading

Your yard needs to have a certain grade, or slope, to ensure your home isn't besieged by water during heavy rain. The slope — and even supposedly flat yards have a tiny slope — allows the runoff to head to a storm drain, rather than your home's foundation. Because soil can move, however, you have to re-evaluate the grade occasionally and arrange for excavation and regrading if necessary. After Prolonged Severe Weather [Read More]

Installing And Caring For A Tankless Hot Water Heater

The water sitting in your hot water heater's holding tank is continually being heated and reheated while it waits around to be used. Every time the burner fires or the electric element heats up, it runs up your power bills. If you want to lower your monthly power bills and only heat the water your family uses, then a tankless water heater is the solution. These point-of-use heaters allow you and your family unlimited access to hot water whenever you need it without having to continually heat water sitting around in a traditional tank. [Read More]