Debunking Fire Sprinkler Myths

Fire sprinklers can help protect against the spread of a fire, but are they really safe. What do you do if your fire sprinkler goes off accidentally? What do you do if you burn your morning toast? While you might think that putting fire sprinklers in your home creates an unnecessary risk of water damage, you might be pleasantly surprised to find that many of the myths about water sprinklers are not true. Read More 

Refurbishing An Old Window Air Conditioner: How To Change The Fan Capacitor

If you like to work with your hands and are looking for a new hobby to so you can stay busy over the winter months, you should consider refurbishing an old air conditioner to keep you cool next summer. There are some parts that wear out and many people will just toss the air conditioner away and buy a new one next year, but if you like to reuse old things and make them run well again, an old air conditioner can be just the right challenge that will keep you busy over the winter. Read More 

Benefits of Installing Polished Concrete Floors

Are you thinking about remodeling your home? Are you still trying to decide exactly what type of floors you'd like in your custom-built home? While you may already have considered wood flooring, tiles, or carpeting, you may not realize that there could be another option for your home. Although it may not initially sound like something you would want, there are actually several advantages to these types of floors. Some of the reasons why you might want polished concrete floors in your home include the following Read More 

3 Tips For Great Barn Lighting

When building a new barn for your horses, there are several things that you should consider. One of the basic aspects that many barn owners overlook at first is adequate lighting. Lighting is important because it will help your animals regulate their sleep schedules. Additionally, it will make it easier for you to work in your barn if there is adequate lighting. Below are three tips to ensure you have adequate lighting in your barn. Read More 

Repairing Your Driveway’s Narrow Cracks With A Melt-In Filler

Melt-in fillers are ideal for use in crack repair projects simply because unlike caulk tube and squeeze bottle fillers, they last longer. And while it may take more work to effectively repair a crack with a melt-in filler, the fact that it saves one from having to make frequent repairs usually makes it worth the effort. The following are melt-in filler crack repair tips that you will find useful. Widen the crack Read More