Keeping Electric Sliding Doors Working Without Incident

If you had just had electric sliding doors placed in your business' entryway, your customers are most likely appreciative of being able to walk in and out without needing to reach for a knob or push bar to get through the doorway. This is a benefit that helps you retain your customer base as they will be able to utilize the door while holding large packages. To keep your doors working as they should, a couple of tests should be done regularly. [Read More]

3 Benefits Of Installing Industrial Pallet Racks In Your Warehouse

If you maintain a warehouse for your construction or industrial-related business, you likely have a lot of heavy duty parts and equipment that need to be properly stored and maintained. If you find yourself running out of room, a better storage system may be needed. One option that could help would be the installation of some industrial pallet racks. Here are 3 things that such a storage system could provide for your business and your employees. [Read More]

How To Use A Chisel To Cut Pavers

If you plan on installing pavers on your own, you need to know how to cut or chisel pavers down to size. This skill will help you when you run into corners, curves, posts or pipes that you need to work around. Supplies In order to cut your pavers down to size, you will need to purchase a few different tools. You will need a cold chisel, a bolster or masonry chisel, and a two or three pound rubber-headed hammer. [Read More]

It's All Downhill From Here: How To Tell If Your Yard Is Properly Graded

Much of the country is forecast to get heavier rains this coming winter, so it's essential that you ensure your yard is properly graded. If you have recently bought a home, or if you live in an area where there hasn't been much rain for a few years, the soil might not be in as great shape grade-wise as you think. That can lead to flooding and ponding that can destroy your lawn and damage your house. [Read More]