Why Your Commercial Parking Lot Should Be Asphalt Instead Of Cement

Posted on: 27 February 2017

Are you the owner of a commercial property? Are you trying to decide whether to use concrete or asphalt paving to redo some or all of your parking lot? Many commercial parking lots, especially smaller ones, are partially or entirely paved in concrete instead of asphalt. But while concrete can be a great building material and you may be attracted to it for a variety of reasons, a good asphalt parking lot can be superior to concrete in a number of ways.
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Tips For Avoiding Irritation When You Work With Fiberglass Insulation

Posted on: 24 February 2017

If you notice that the snow on your roof melts quickly during the winter months, you're seeing an indicator that your attic may have insufficient insulation. Without enough insulation, heat from inside your home rises through the house, through the attic, and out through the roof. This is a costly problem — and one that is appropriate to deal with a timely manner. While you can hire a contractor to install extra insulation for you, such as Alaska Quality Insulators Inc, this is a straightforward job that you should be able to do yourself.
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Options & Ideas to Enclose Your Patio for More Enjoyment Year Round

Posted on: 24 February 2017

The patio of your home is a place where you may enjoy gatherings, cooking out and an outdoor space to relax. When it is hot outside or the weather is bad, your patio may get less use. There are many different patio enclosure solutions that can help you get more use out of the outdoor space for your home. Here are some of the patio cover options that you may want to consider to get the most use of your outdoor space:
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Want to Protect Your Driveway? Two Reasons Why You Should Have Your Driveway Sealcoated

Posted on: 20 January 2017

Your driveway sustains a great deal of wear and tear on a regular basis. It has to bear the weight of your vehicles and also deal with elements such as rain and snow that continually beat upon its surface. It's no wonder that all of this can begin to take a toll on your driveway and cause it to be in a state of disrepair. However, there is something you can do to slow down the deterioration: apply sealcoating.
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