Extending The Life Expectancy Of An Outdoor Tennis Court

Construction & Contractors Blog

Outdoor tennis courts are only expected to last a decade or two before they start showing wear and tear. If the courts are especially popular, they will begin showing wear and tear much sooner. If you want to extend the life expectancy of your private tennis court, here is what you need to do: When Cracks Begin, Use Court Patching  There are liquid-to-solid patching materials for tennis and basketball courts. When small cracks begin in your court, use a patching material to fill the cracks and bond the edges of the cracks together.

21 July 2018

FAQs About An Asphalt Driveway

Construction & Contractors Blog

Do you have to park your vehicle by the curb because there isn't a driveway on your property? Did a Vehicle collide with yours while it was parked and not you are afraid that it will happen again after the repairs have been made? Before your vehicle comes back from the auto repair shop, consider getting a driveway constructed so it can be safely parked. The most ideal type of driveway to opt for is one that is made of asphalt, and don't forget to leave the construction of it to professionals.

6 June 2018

Safe And Efficient Loading Tips For Your Rented Dumpster

Construction & Contractors Blog

Whether you are remodeling your home or cleaning out your garage, a rented dumpster is an easy way to dispose of the excess trash and junk that won't fit into your regular trash can. However, you need to be careful that you load the dumpster in a safe and efficient manner to avoid injuries or unused void spaces. To this end, here are some tips from sanitation professionals for how to safely and efficiently load a roll off dumpster.

21 April 2018

Is The Weather Causing Color Changes On Your Commercial Roof? What To Know

Construction & Contractors Blog

If weathering changes, heavy snow and rainfall, and age is causing you to have concerns about your commercial roof, it's time to get a professional inspection. You want to find out if there is any interior or exterior damages bay could be putting the property at risk, and what immediate treatment is needed. Here are some of the things that should be done regularly, and that you want to discuss in full detail about with the commercial roofing contractor when they show up for an inspection.

5 March 2018

3 Types of Traffic Control Equipment to Rent Before Your Parking Lot Remodel Project

Construction & Contractors Blog

A planned parking lot renovation is a huge undertaking for your place of business, and it will likely be planned well in advance. However, safety is something that sometimes gets left out of the planning equation. This is the first place on your property where customers experience your business, and, therefore, making sure they are safe in the area is important, especially for a remodeling project. The equipment rental store has all kinds of equipment that can be used during these projects, including traffic control equipment.

26 January 2018

Things To Consider If You Want To Get Into The Medical Marijuana Business

Construction & Contractors Blog

As more and more states are embracing the benefits of medical marijuana, there is a need for business-minded professionals who will operate a marijuana grow facility. If you have started to wonder if this is something that you are going to want to get into, there are a few things that you will want to first consider. This way, you won't make the mistake of jumping in head first and losing a lot of money because you weren't sure what to expect.

15 December 2017

Three Reasons Why Water May Be Coming In From Under Your Garage Door


Walking into your garage to find water leaking in from under your garage door during a storm can be very troubling. You do not want water getting into the garage because it can cause mold to grow over time and could lead to things that are being stored within your garage to be damaged. If you notice that water is leaking into your garage from under the door, use the following guide to deduce what is causing the water to be able to enter your garage.

8 November 2017