Hot Water Tank Drain Valve Problems – How To Resolve Them

After some time, the drain valve that is located on the lower end of your hot water heater can begin to leak or get clogged. If you are having one or both of these problems, don't worry, you can fix it. Won't Drain If you are trying to drain your water heater for your yearly flush and the water just won't come out, the valve is likely clogged with sediment or debris. Read More 

What Are the Best Ways to Open Up Your Small Kitchen?

If your kitchen feels so small, cramped, or closed off from the rest of your home that you find yourself reluctant to spend much time cooking and eat most of your meals in front of the television, you may be investigating your remodeling options. Opening up a small kitchen can be a challenge and may sometimes require you to revamp your entire kitchen "footprint" by moving water and gas lines. However, this change can improve the feel and function of your entire home, increasing both your resale value and your enjoyment of your home. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know To Paint Your Steel Outbuilding

Have you recently painted your home and now want to paint your steel shed or barn to match? If so, here is all the information you need to get the job done. Start With A Good Cleaning Your first step to a good metal outbuilding paint job is to remove any dirt, grime, or mildew that has accumulated on the building's surface over time. Cover any flowers or plants you have in the area so they aren't exposed to detergent, and then mix a solution of 1/3 cup laundry soap to 6 gallons of water. Read More 

What’s Causing Your Slow Drains, And What Can You Do About It?

When you turn on the water or flush the toilet, you expect things to go down the drain at a decent pace. If your water is just slowly seeping down the drain, then you have an issue. Whether or not it's a serious issue depends on several factors. Sometimes, the cause of slow drains is nothing more than hair and soap scum buildup. Other times, you might have a huge blockage or need your septic tank pumped. Read More 

5 Reasons To Add Friction Stud Welding To Your Range Of Services

There are nearly a dozen different methods for mounting anchor points on a surface with stud welding, each with their own benefits and challenges. Friction stud welding is a powerful technique that works well for assembly processes of all types and sizes. Find out why this advanced stud welding equipment is worth investing in to expand your welding business. Cleaner Welds Consider how the environment of the stud weld affects the finished product. Read More