Metal buildings are often less expensive and easier to put up than traditional stick-frame buildings, but erecting a metal building still involves work. It's just as important to keep yourself and everyone else involved safe when erecting a metal building as when building a non-metal building. Here are five pieces of safety equipment that will help you keep everyone safe. A Forklift or Crane You'll need a forklift on-site to unload all the components of the building.
- When a drain in your house gets clogged, the problem is typically easy to diagnose and fix; but, what about when all the drains in your house are moving really slowly? When every drain in a house is moving slowly, the problem is more serious than just one clogged drain. This issue could be caused by a number of issues, but a common reason all drains in a home move slowly is the result of bad water in a home.
- During the summer, you may depend upon your home's air conditioner, running day and night, to keep your home comfortable. It is important to keep your ac well-maintained and in good repair to help it work as efficiently as possible. Here are two easy maintenance tasks you can handle by yourself and help improve the efficiency of your air conditioner. Repair Bent Condenser Coil Fins The exterior of your outside air conditioner condenser unit is covered with a series of thin metal fins, set closely together, creating a grill-like pattern.
- A heat pump relies on a refrigerant and coil system to pull heat in from the environment. It condenses that heat and distributes it through your house. If you're new to using a heat pump in your home, it's important that you understand some of the things that set these heating systems apart from traditional furnaces. Here are a few of the things you should keep in mind. Their Heat Feels Different from Furnace Heat
- If you've recently transitioned from apartment living to homeownership, you may be excited at the prospect of hosting large parties in a more expansive space. However, adding the extra strain of multiple toilet flushes -- or worse, showers -- on an unsuspecting septic or sewer system can cause major problems. What can you do to maintain your new plumbing and help it last for years with minimal maintenance? Read on to learn more about the potential impact a temporary crowd can have on your home's sewage system, as well as what you can do to help stave off any problems and provide a great experience for your guests.