Learning About Home Maintenance and Repairs

Hello, my name is Emily Green. Welcome to my website about home maintenance and repairs performed by general contractors. When I bought my first house, absolutely everything was in perfect condition. After living there for several months, however, I started to notice a slight decline in the finishes of certain materials in my house. I suspected that the items needed care, but I did not know how to proceed. A general contractor helped me learn everything I needed to know about home maintenance and repairs. I created this site to share this knowledge with my readers. Come by again soon to learn more.

Learning About Home Maintenance and Repairs

3 Ways To Improve Concrete Curing

27 April 2019
 Categories:
Construction & Contractors, Blog

Concrete is one of the most versatile materials used in the construction industry today. The strength of concrete depends on proper mixing, application, and curing. Curing is the one aspect of the concrete process that can be difficult to control. Many factors can affect curing times, and most of these factors are out of your control. Fortunately, there are some things that you can do to try and mitigate some of the factors that can cause premature curing.
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What To Do When A Storm Causes Damage To Your Roof

19 March 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

While a roof is designed to protect your home from water, it's possible for a storm to create enough damage that water starts coming into your house. You'll need to act quickly when this happens to limit the damage and get your home on track for a repair. Be sure to follow these three steps. 1. Look For Damage Inside Your Home You will want to start by narrowing down where the water is coming into your home.
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3 Signs You May Be Living With Damaging Or Dangerous Mold In Your Crawlspace

1 February 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mold—it's sneaky, nasty, fast-growing, destructive, and sometimes highly dangerous. Unfortunately, not a lot of people catch mold in their home right away, especially since mold tends to start out in places rarely visited like the crawl space. Crawl space mold problems are pretty common in houses that have not been properly waterproofed, so it is wise to get to know the signs that there could be a mold problem. Take a look at some of the signs that could indicate you have dangerous or damaging mold growing beneath the house.
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Selecting The Right Surface For Your Industrial Workbenches

16 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you picture a workbench, you probably picture a skilled craftsman huddled over a table littered with piles of tools and materials. This is commonly seen as the traditional setting of the workbench, but the reality is that industrial workbenches find a use across a huge range of industries. Workbenches are, of course, a common fixture in workshops, but they are also at home in manufacturing assembly lines, research laboratories, and anywhere else that a comfortable, solid workspace and storage to keep vital tools close at hand is needed.
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Are You a Warehouse Maintenance Manager? Be Sure to Review These Tips for Handling a Roof Leak with Your Crew Each Season

6 November 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One of your biggest responsibilities as a warehouse maintenance manager is training your crew on how to handle those unexpected emergencies that threaten the safety of the workplace. While your company should already have a roofing maintenance plan in place, the truth is that leaks can happen anytime. Unfortunately, even a minor leak in the warehouse can add up to costly damage to the inventory and property. As the new season rolls around, be sure to review these strategies for properly handling a roof leak with the members of your crew.
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Learning About Home Maintenance and Repairs

Hello, my name is Emily Green. Welcome to my website about home maintenance and repairs performed by general contractors. When I bought my first house, absolutely everything was in perfect condition. After living there for several months, however, I started to notice a slight decline in the finishes of certain materials in my house. I suspected that the items needed care, but I did not know how to proceed. A general contractor helped me learn everything I needed to know about home maintenance and repairs. I created this site to share this knowledge with my readers. Come by again soon to learn more.

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