Winter Is Coming -- 5 Steps To Winterizing Your Rental Property

Posted on: 11 January 2017

As a landlord, protecting your rental properties from damaging weather means lower repair costs, a longer life for your buildings, and happier tenants. If you're not sure where to start this winter, here are 5 must-do things to prepare for the change in seasons. Clean Gutters. Gutter cleaning should be on top of your outdoor maintenance "to-do" list. Start by getting up close and personal with the length of your building's gutters, cleaning all the debris, dirt, and branches that have likely accumulated.
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3 Tips For Keeping An Outdoor Workshop Toasty In The Winter

Posted on: 28 November 2016

A outdoor workshop is a great addition to many homes. Building one of these workshops away from the home allows homeowners to work on their various projects without bringing the mess inside the home. These buildings are also great for storing power tools, paint products, and other items. For much of the year, workshops can be comfortable to work in. However, once temperatures start dropping, it may become uncomfortable. Here are three tips for keeping an outdoor workshop warmer during the cold winter months.
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3 Safety Tips To Keep In Mind When Operating Your Water Pump

Posted on: 28 November 2016

A water pump can be a useful thing to have on site when doing construction or any other kind of contract work. That said, just like with everything else on a construction site, you'll want to make sure you take steps to ensure the pump is used properly and safely by all employees. A water pump should always be repaired at the first sign of trouble as this is not a device you want to press your luck with.
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Several Tips for Those Needing Excavation Work Done to Their Property

Posted on: 28 November 2016

Excavation work can be fairly routine for homeowners to need. However, if you have never had excavation work done to your property, there are some tips that you should consider to help ensure that your excavation work goes smoothly. Otherwise, you may find that you are more likely to experience complications or other issues that can lead to problems. Consult a Landscape Architect Prior to starting the excavation work, you should consider hiring a landscape architect to review your property.
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