Preventing And Preparing For Basement Floods

Perhaps one of the greatest property disasters that homeowners can face is a basement flood. It's expensive to clean up the mess, and it may damage a lot of your items in storage. Plus, water damage can greatly weaken the home's foundation. Prevention is a key component of protecting yourself against basement damage, so here are some tips on how to prevent floods and prepare for the worst. Don't Keep Important Items in the Basement Read More 

Learn What to Do If a Tenant Leaves Their Belongings in Your Rental Property

Having to deal with horrible tenants when you own a rental property can make being a landlord very difficult. If you have recently had to evict tenants, and they are refusing to remove their belongings from your property, consider hiring a professional junk removal company to remove the items for you. The following guide walks you through the process for having the items removed properly to ensure that you cannot be held accountable for them in the future. Read More 

Basement Waterproofing Choices

Do you own a home with a basement? Are you tired of your basement being humid and getting flooded all of the time? It can be frustrating to want to turn a basement into additional living space, only to be thwarted by dampness and the threat of mold or mildew. Fortunately, you don't have to continue to have a basement that seems to be part lake. There are things you can do to make your basement more livable. Read More 

About Small Cracks In An Asphalt Parking Lot

Are you beginning to notice small cracks developing in your asphalt parking lot? Although the cracks may seem like a minor problem that does not need a repair any time soon, you might want to invest in repairs anyway. You must keep in mind that once cracks have developed in an asphalt pavement, they can quickly expand. You don't want to end up with an unappealing parking lot that detracts from your business. Read More 

Taking A Closer Look At The Primary Benefits Of Using Tote Heaters In Your Agricultural Operation

Whether you are the owner of a large agricultural business or have a conservatively sized farm, there is no doubt that tote-style storage containers will be positioned on the property to house things like bio fuel, animal feed, or water.  The only problem with these industrial-sized storage totes is they offer little in the way of protection against the cold. Merely crafted of hard shell plastic in most cases, industrial storage totes are quite susceptible to cold temperatures, which can lead to freezing product inside or even fuel that is so low in viscosity that it is nearly impossible to pump. Read More