Archive for November, 2018
Waste management has always be a highly debated topic, and nothing will be changing that anytime soon. In the meantime, the best you — or anyone really — can do to be ahead of the game is to stay informed. With the average person generating over four pounds of trash each and every day, it is important to reduce and recycle your garbage when possible.
Why Should You Care?
A question that is often asked is why should it matter to you as an individual. Although a common question, it is a question that most people — at least in part — already know the answer to. If garbage is not properly disposed of, none of it is getting recycled or composted in the proper area. Not only this, but when you litter you line the streets and the earth with your waste, putting fellow humans and animals at risk. Pollution is slowly killing the world, and learning to recycle what goods you can and pro
Your home is better off being maintained early than repaired later.
This proactive attitude not only saves you stress, it saves you money. Think about the last time you put off fixing the appliances in your home. It was a lot of running back and forth at the last minute, wasn’t it? When your toilet won’t stop clogging and your faucet won’t stop leaking, patching it out now will really pay off in the long run. Your local plumbers are ready and waiting to give you a professional analysis so you can enjoy the holidays as stress-free as possible.
Let’s take a look at some of the more common household problems and the warning signs you can spot now rather than later.
Did You Know?
Here are some interesting things you might not know about your house. Indoor plumbing dates all the way back to at least 2,500 B.C., remaining one of the most used and coveted forms of human ingenuity to date. Several old societies, from ancient Egypt to
At one point or another, there comes a time for all of us when that home repair project can no longer be avoided. So that leak in your basement isn’t going away on its own? No, it isn’t. It needs to be addressed.
Or, perhaps there is a home improvement project that you are looking forward to doing, such as a bathroom, for instance. In fact, bathroom features such as countertops, sinks and showers are being replaced in over 80% of the homes where owners are doing renovations.
In either of these scenarios, there is a fantastic “tool” to use. What is it? It is called commercial concrete paint. Here are three great reasons to use commercial concrete paint on your next project.
Slip Resistant Waterproof Coating
Commercial concrete paint is a great coating for outdoor areas such as pools, decks patios and more. As a deck protective coating, it is a non-slip coating for surfaces that get wet, and provides an extra dimension of safety against slip and fal