Frozen In The Summer: How Too Much Cool Can Make Your Home Hot

Posted on: 6 July 2015

Air conditioning systems are a critical part of modern living, for better or for worse. People have become dependent on being cool on demand and may not be able to deal with a hot household for too long. Unfortunately, the desperate desire to get cool as quickly as possible can lead some people to damage their air conditioning systems by turning the temperature down too low during hot, humid days. To understand the problems this behavior creates, read on.
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Three Tips To Consider When Buying Power Tools

Posted on: 19 June 2015

New contractors can often get their start in the business by using hand-me-down tools, but when your business begins to grow and you find yourself busier, it's time to give your toolbox a makeover and treat yourself to some new gear. Correctly buying tools, whether you're a professional contractor or a weekend warrior who often finds him or herself getting called to friends' houses, isn't as simple as visiting a big box retailer and buying the house brand.
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Landscaping Tips For A Smaller Outdoor Space

Posted on: 8 June 2015

If you have a smaller yard or patio that you are hoping to landscape, making the most of this space is key. There are elements that landscapers (such as those from Randles Landscape & Design) can help you source to make a smaller outdoor space feel inviting and spacious. Here are four space saving ideas to keep in mind when it comes to landscaping a small outdoor area. 1. Focus on Your Needs
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5 Tips To Keep Your Work Site Safe While A Crane Is In Use

Posted on: 26 May 2015

If you are lifting large or heavy objects on your construction site, you probably already know that a crane can be one of the most helpful pieces of equipment for the job. Although cranes can be handy, they can also be dangerous. Luckily, there are ways that you can help keep your work site safe while cranes are in use. 1. Hire a Crane Operator If no one who is working on your work site currently is certified to use a crane, then it's best to hire a crane operator temporarily to help with this project.
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