4 Tips For Effectively Using An Airless Paint Sprayer

If you are planning on painting the outside of your business, or having someone paint the outside of your business, one of the newest ways to apply paint is with an airless paint spraying device. These devices apply paint quickly and create a nearly-flawless application process. Here are a few tips to keep in mind while using an airless paint sprayer to paint the outside of your business: Cover Everything Up [Read More]

Little Cracks In The Basement Foundation Could Be A Big Problem

If you have small cracks in your foundation throughout the basement walls and you aren't sure if it's a problem, a concrete contractor can help you assess the situation. The cracks may be minor and not need to be repaired, but they could also need to be filled and sealed. Foundation flaws can greatly damage your home, so you can't ignore the cracks at all. While you have the contractor at your home, you'll want to consider the following things to prevent future cracks or structural problems. [Read More]

When Things Cave In: Preparing To Rebuild Your Porch

Front porches kindle memories of fireflies, rocking chairs, and cool evening breezes. In times past, they were the social centers of the neighborhood, and for some people, they are still an important part of their homes. If you are the owner of a porch that has caved in or is on the way there, consider rebuilding it yourself. Before construction actually begins, you will need to prepare for the rebuild.  [Read More]

Three Tips For Working With PVC Pipes

If you are interested in DIY plumbing repairs or installations around the house, then you need to know how to work with polyvinyl-chloride (PVC). This is because PVC is one of the most common plumbing materials, especially for pipes. Here are some tips to help you work with the material: Cutting PVC is not very tough, so there are many tools that can cut it. However, a fine-toothed handsaw will probably give you the cleanest square cut. [Read More]