Important Palm Tree Care Tips

Do you have a palm tree or two in your yard? Are you wondering how to properly care for your beloved palm? Although palm trees grow easily in many locations, there are some things you can do to keep them in good health. Here is a list of some of the most important: Tree trimming: Dead palm leaves can attract a variety of pests that will not only damage your tree but can also potentially damage your home as well. Read More 

3 Signs That It’s Time To Sealcoat Your Asphalt Driveway

When you had your asphalt driveway installed, one of the things that you probably loved about it is the fact that it's made to last for many years. However, you should know that some maintenance is necessary to keep it in good shape for a long time to come. Fortunately, an asphalt paving company can come out and sealcoat your driveway, which will involve fixing holes and cracks and then covering your driveway with a protective coating. Read More 

Two Common Culprits For Ruined Copper Pipes In Your Home

Because of their relatively low cost and ease of installation, copper pipes line the underside of homes across the country for plumbing purposes. Unfortunately, copper pipes can see damage a lot more quickly than a lot of the most modern materials such as PVC an steel-flex piping. This is because copper has a tendency to compromise when it is exposed to other materials. If you have copper pipes in your home, do not be surprised if a free plumbing checkup with a professional reveals you have a leak, or even several pinhole leaks. Read More 

Keeping Your Business Safe: Security Measure To Protect Your Physical Building

When you own a business you want to be sure you do all you can to keep it protected day and night. There are many ways you can go about doing this so you know your business will be less likely to be victimized from those looking to do wrong. Learn some ways to protect your business from those looking to burglarize, vandalize and trespass below: Have an alarm system installed Read More 

Two Mistakes Commonly Made While Installing Fiberglass Insulation That Will Lead To Bodily Irritation

The threads that make up fiberglass insulation are so fine that sustained contact will lead to significant soreness and skin irritation. If you get too many threads in your eyes, you may even need to visit a hospital. To minimize the risk of irritation and ensure that you're able to install your fiberglass insulation without a hitch, remember to avoid these two common mistakes. Not Washing Your Hands Just because you can't see any fiberglass threads on your hands doesn't mean that they aren't there. Read More