3 Methods For Repairing Dents In Aluminum Garage Doors

Few things are as frustrating as dents in a newly installed garage door. Before you call for professional repairs, you should know that there are a few things you can do to attempt to fix the problem yourself. Here are three methods you can try to repair dents in aluminum garage doors. Heated Aluminum Foil If you want to fix your dented garage door and feel like a science wiz at the same time, the heated aluminum foil method is right for you. Read More 

Tips To Repair And Restore Water Damaged Wood In Your Home

Water damage to wood can cause warping, stains, and mold growth, so it is best to clean up the water as soon as possible so you can begin the restoration process to any wood affected. Here are tips to help repair and restore wood trim and wood veneer cabinets. Wood Trim  Wood trim around your home's floors can become stained, warped, and moldy if it is exposed to water for too long. 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 

What You Need to Know About Garage Doors & Rust

One of the many reasons garage doors don't last as long as they should is because of rust. Rust can cause the doors, tracks and bolts to deteriorate. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to prevent rust from ruining your door. Here are a few of those tips. Sand and Paint the Garage Door Should Rust Appear The majority of garage doors are made from aluminum. While the aluminum is painted and sealed to deter rust, the door can still rust. Read More