3 Reasons To Rent A Construction Dumpster For Your Job Site

Posted on: 5 November 2018

Construction sites generate a lot of trash. Most of the material that is used on the site is wrapped or packaged in something that ends up in the trash. How you chose to dispose of that trash may be different from job to job, but you have to find a way to get it off the site. You might consider finding a construction dumpster for rent for your site. Here are some benefits to renting a container.
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Damp Ceiling? You May Have A Leak In Your Dormer

Posted on: 25 September 2018

Water leaks don't always occur in the roof's shingles or membrane. Some leaks can develop in the structures attached or connected to a roof, including dormers. Although dormers make wonderful additions to homes, the structures' windows and frames can deteriorate and leak over time. Water seeping through a damaged dormer can pass through to your ceiling. Here are reasons for your leaky dormer and what you can do to seal it.
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3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Decorative Concrete

Posted on: 10 August 2018

If you just had decorative concrete installed in your home recently, you need to make sure that you take care of the concrete. Decorative concrete can last for a long time if you take proper care of it. #1 Sweep Your Concrete On a Regular Basis The first way that you can take care of your decorative concrete is by making sure that you sweep it on a regular basis. You should sweep your concrete every few days.
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How To Repair Mortar Joints

Posted on: 29 June 2018

Brick and mortar masonry should be done by professionals. However, many minor repairs to face brick can actually be a basic DIY project for the person who has the right tools. The most common masonry repair is replacing and reinforcing mortar in between the bricks. Mortar can crumble within the space between bricks, which can cause the actual brick pieces to become loose and even fall out over time. Before you can add new mortar to your existing walls, you need to remove most of the existing mortar.
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