Heavy Duty Paints And Coating For Added Durability And Wear Resistance

24 May 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are a lot of things that you may want to paint or coat but are unsure what paint should be used. Floors in a shop, warehouse, or area that sees foot and equipment traffic may show wear very quickly, even with the best paint so how do you keep the paint looking good? By selecting the right paint for the job. Not Just Any Paint Industrial coatings are not like the paint you use at home. Read More 

4 Tips For Buying A Shower Door

4 April 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One of the things you may need to do at some point is to purchase a shower door. This will help keep your bathroom protected when taking a shower. The good news is there are a variety of designs to choose from, and you're sure to find the right type to meet all your needs. However, knowing some tips to assist you in accomplishing this task is sure to be helpful. Read More 


Drippy Air Conditioning Unit? Give It A Good Cleaning With These Steps

10 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your indoor air conditioning unit begins to drip water all over its closet, you might think the appliance is on its way out. Your indoor unit may simply need a good cleaning. Throughout summer, indoor units build up with dust. Some of the dust can clog up the triangular-shaped coil inside the unit and block it. Any condensation that forms on the coil's surface can drip out onto the floor and dampen up the closet. Read More 

Picking Through Recyclable Materials Inside Computers

4 December 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you need to get rid of an old computer? Are you a business with a lot of computers or general electronics that need to be tossed out? You could be throwing out some valuable materials if you're not taking advantage of competitive offers from commercial recycling companies who handle multiple recycling markets. Here are a few materials inside computers that are worth salvaging, just to give you an idea of what to expect when you tear the systems apart. Read More