How to Choose the Installation Location of Split System Air Conditioning Units

Split system air conditioning units are divided into two or more units. In a typical setup, one unit is installed outside the house while the other unit or units are installed inside.  These systems are becoming increasingly popular with homeowners due to their smart features that allow the control of temperature in different rooms using different thermostats. The units are also relatively easy to install; however, you need to choose the ideal installation location for the indoor and outdoor units for convenience and to maximize efficiency. [Read More]

How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Basement

All of the rooms in your home have the potential to get damaged from excess water and humidity, but your basement is among the most at risk. If you have a flood, the basement will probably take on the brunt of the damage, leading to a lot of extensive repairs. Here are some tips for reducing or preventing water damage in the basement. Have the Basement Waterproofed The first thing you should consider doing is working on how waterproof your basement is. [Read More]

Making Your Bed: Should You Choose A Hard Or Soft Tonneau Cover For Your Ute?

Fitting a tonneau cover to the bed of your ute can do far more than simply add a little security to your ute—when well fitted and well maintained, a tonneau cover can also improve the aerodynamics of your ute to lower fuel consumption, as well as protecting your ute's bed from rust, corrosion and accidental damage from pebbles and other road detritus. However, no two tonneau covers are ever the same, and manufacturers offer a range of covers in both had and soft varieties. [Read More]

Understanding Your Choices of Material for a Commercial Roof

A commercial roof is usually much larger than a residential roof, which makes replacing it costlier. A commercial roof may also be flat, so that certain materials you might use on a residential roof wouldn't necessarily work on your commercial building, including asphalt tiles and shingles that need to slope downwards. Because a commercial roof is unique in these ways, you need to know all your options for materials for a new roof when it's time to replace it. [Read More]