How to Replace Your Windows in a Mobile Home
24 February 2015
No matter how well you take care of the windows on a single-wide or double-wide mobile home, weather and time will wear them down. The good news is that you can usually replace all of them within a three- to four-hour span. Want to know how? Keep reading.
Before you start taking the windows out, you'll naturally need a few supplies before beginning. Here they are.
A regular screw driver or power screw gun Exterior putty tape Silicone A chisel or a tool for scraping A 5/16-inch hex screwdriver Crowbar (optional) Hammer, mallet, or other pounding tool Replacement window(s) The Process
Three Things To Consider When Building In A Rural Area
17 February 2015
When a commercial company wants to build in a rural community, there are a few additional considerations to keep in mind. Not only do you need to find a building style that is compatible with the surrounding area, but you also need to ensure that you think about some of the smaller details that go into creating a commercial space. Here are a few things to remember as you plan your next project.
Asphalt A Great Option To Replace A Gravel Or Dirt Driveway
11 February 2015
If you have a gravel or dirt driveway and you want to get it paved but you have to work within a budget, call an asphalt paving company for an estimate. Concrete is much more expensive than asphalt, and it has other downfalls as well.
The asphalt looks great outside the home, and it's a popular choice for homeowners across the United States. Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider asphalt for your new driveway.
Three Ways To Lower Your Heating Bill
6 February 2015
During the cold weather, paying to heat your home can easily get out of hand. In fact, in the colder parts of the country, heating a home can account for up to 50 percent of the total energy bill. If you are looking for ways to save money, check out the suggestions below.
Lower the Thermostat - This might seem like the most obvious option to control your heating costs. The trick is you don't want to turn it down so low that you and the rest of your family are uncomfortably cold.