3 Reasons Your Construction Or Industrial Business May Want To Rent A Crane Or Other Heavy-Duty Equipment

22 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A crane is often a helpful piece of equipment for many industrial and/or construction-based companies. But if you don't need to use a crane every day, it's understandable if you only own one of them. So what happens then if you suddenly take on a new project that could benefit from having multiple cranes at your disposal? Sure, you could make the investment and go out and buy more equipment, but before you do that you may want to take a look at another option: crane rental. Read More 

Simple Home Repair Of A Window Screen

16 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It only takes a small hole in a window screen to let flies and other insects into your house. In a few minutes and with materials available at your local home improvement store, you may be able to repair that screen yourself. Here are the steps to fix that window screen and stop the insects from finding a way into your house. Tools and Materials You'll Need Scissors Flat-blade screwdriver Knife or box cutter Old rags for cleanup One heavy book At the home improvement store, you may find a window screen repair kit that has all of the components you need. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Two Staged Cooling

4 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you own a home or business with central air conditioner, you are probably familiar with the term heat pump. Two-stage cooling means your air conditioning unit has a compressor with two operational levels. One setting is for low levels on moderate days when it is not hot outside; the other is high for those pathetically hotter days. This means you have a more energy efficiency unit with a two stage cooling unit. Read More 

What You Should Know About Cleaning Flushable Portable Toilets

17 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Flushable portable toilets are a great investment to provide restroom facilities at events and on construction sites. Unlike traditional plumbing systems that rely on your home's plumbing to clear away waste, a flushable portable toilet needs to be emptied and cleaned on a regular basis. While it isn't usually the most sought-after job at the event, understanding how to do it properly is important. Here's a look at what you need to know about cleaning out those flushable portable toilets you just rented. Read More 

After Pets: Should You Steam Or Replace Your Rental Unit’s Carpet?

29 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're a landlord who chooses not to restrict your tenants' ownership of pets, you've likely grown accustomed to the level of cleaning required at lease-end. However, as more tenants cycle through your unit you may find that even your most vigorous cleaning efforts aren't enough to remove stubborn stains or smells. What cleaning methods are most effective against pet stains on carpet, and when should you simply throw in the towel and replace this carpet? Read More