How To Prevent Leaks In Commercial Bathrooms

A leak in your bathroom at home is little more than a brief inconvenience for you and your family. However, in a bathroom in your commercial building, a leak can cost you customers and tenants, and even lead to steep fines from the health inspectors. Leaks commonly occur due to the high traffic in commercial bathrooms and the unpredictable manner of use. However, there are ways that you can reduce the possibility of a leak. Read More 

Why Roofing Shouldn’t Be On Your Honey-Do List

There's no doubt that you can save loads of money doing home maintenance jobs yourself. And, you can actually do many of them well if you are handy and have access to the Internet. But be warned. Attempting to do some jobs yourself can end up costing you more in the long run. You need to know which jobs you can do yourself and which ones are better left to the professionals. Read More 

Water Softener Options For People Who Are Sensitive To Salt

You already know the difficulties associated with hard water: Scale build-up in pipes, stains on utensils and soap or shampoo that won't lather easily. It will also irritate the skin, if you have eczema. The solution is to have your water softened. Soft water is kinder to your skin, hair, utensils and fixtures. Typically, water softeners work through a process known as ion exchange where calcium and magnesium are exchanged with potassium and sodium. Read More 

Upgrade Your Commercial Building’s Exterior

Your company's facade is the first thing people see when they pass by or visit the establishment that you own. The last thing you want to do is give others the wrong impression by disregarding the appearance of the building. If professionalism and safety are paramount to you and you would like to upgrade your business so that its exterior contains features that you prefer, try the suggestions below.  Choose A Weather-Resistant Door That Contains Tempered Glass Read More 

Cold Weather On It’s Way? How To Put Your Spa To Bed For The Winter

When the snow starts falling, it can be difficult to know what to do with your spa, especially if you've never had to winterize one before. Many people leave their spas up and running during the winter. However, it can get quite expensive to heat the water in your spa when it's freezing outside. If you've decided to shut down your spa for the winter, here are some simple steps that will make the process go smoothly. Read More