Building Classes And Construction Types

Should You Charge Parking Fines To Support Your Street Sweeping Program?

If you are adding a street sweeping program from a company like USA Services of Florida to your community or if you are looking for ways to improve your existing street sweeping program, you have to decide whether or not you want to assess fines. Some communities assess fines to the vehicles that are parked in the way of the street sweeping trucks. while others do not. There are pros and cons to both approaches. Read More 

Fixing Vehicle Dents Using A Stud Welder

If you ever wondered how the auto body shop manages to pull dents out of your vehicle like they never even happened, wonder no more -- you can achieve the same effect at home using a simple power tool called a stud welder. If you're not familiar with this tool, make sure to take a class or have a local expert show you what to do on your initial run. A stud welder can make fixing dents easy, but if you use it incorrectly, you can do more damage than repair. Read More 

What You Should Know About Sealcoating Your Asphalt Driveway

If you have an asphalt driveway or you are considering getting one, it's important to understand that, just like anything else in your home or yard, asphalt needs routine maintenance to keep it looking good. One of the best things you can do to your asphalt driveway is applying sealcoat. If you are interested in an asphalt driveway, check out these must-know facts about sealcoating. Applying Sealcoat Is Cheap Applying sealcoat to your driveway is extremely inexpensive, especially when compared to the cost of asphalt repairs or replacement. Read More 

What A Flooded Basement Can Do To Your Heating Oil Tank & Furnace & What To Do About It

Heating oil tanks and furnaces are commonly placed in basements. However, this can present a problem if the basement floods. The rising waters can cause the heating oil tank to overturn, which can cause heating oil to be spilled into the flood water. Flooded furnaces may no longer work effectively. Here's what you need to know if your heating oil tank and furnace are in your basement. Health risks of heating oil Read More 

How To Remove Dried Concrete From Hand Tools And Implements

If you are a contractor who works with a concrete pump truck, then you know that dried concrete is a frustrating reminder of why promptly cleaning tools is important. It can leave a hard-to-remove residue involving extensive hands-on labor; however, the task can be made a lot easier if the procedure below is followed. Here is how you can successfully remove dried concrete from your tools and implements: Removing dried concrete from hand tools and implements – what you will need Read More