Is Your Shop Machine Shrieking And Squealing? What To Check First

If you have a machine on your shop floor that is starting to make some odd noises, like shrieking and squealing noises, you want to find out what the problem is before you have the entire unit breakdown. There could be a few small problems that just need to be replaced or repaired to stop these sounds and issues, and to prevent future complications from becoming a costly and necessary expense. Read More 

Running Out Of Hot Water All The Time But Can’t Get A New Boiler? What To Do

If you are always running out of hot water throughout the day and the boiler that you use to heat water is getting old, there are some things that you can do. If the cost to purchase and install a new one is out of the budget and not on the agenda any time soon, you will have to find other ways around this problem. Talk with a boiler installation professional about doing the following things throughout the house, to help eliminate the hot water problems you're dealing with. Read More 

How To Turn That Old Armchair Into A Stunner

If you happen to have an old and beat up armchair in your house and you want to revive it to its former glory, then this article is for you. Even if the armchair has been sitting in an attic for years, with the upholstery pulled out, and the wood chipped and stained, you are still going to be able to salvage it. Perhaps you purchased it at an auction or a yard sale with the hopes of one day fixing it up. Read More 

Three Reasons Why You Should Waterproof Your Basement Before Winter

Winter is almost here. Snow will start falling. Sometimes it sticks to your foundation, and sometimes it melts. Regardless, it is right there, by your foundation, looking for a way to seep in through any cracks that are present. For this reason, and several others, you might want to waterproof your basement ASAP. Seeping Through the Cracks Until snow piles up high enough, it continues to wax and wane in height around your foundation. Read More 

Water Line Break In Master Bathroom And Not Home? 2 Tips To Get Things Back To Normal

When a water line breaks in a bathroom it can cause a flood very quickly. If not taken care of fast the water will spread to other rooms near the bathroom. Because this happened to you and you were not home you are likely having this problem. If so, below are two tips to help you get things back to normal again. Dry It Out Once the water is shut off you need to get as much water as you can off the floor and carpeting. Read More