Protect Your Business: How To Ensure That Your Commercial Garage Door Doesn't Fail You

If you have a garage door on your commercial building, you owe it to yourself, and your customers, to keep it in proper working order. The last thing you want is to have it malfunction during normal business hours. A malfunctioning commercial garage door could leave you either locked out of your building or facing significant liability for personal injuries. To make sure you avoid both scenarios, here are four steps you should follow at least twice a year: [Read More]

A Few Things You Need To Know When Choosing Custom Wood Cabinets

If you have decided to redo the cabinets in your kitchen, you may find that going with custom wood cabinets is your best option. However, this will take a bit more research and input from you. If you go into the meeting with the cabinet maker prepared, the job will get faster and better results. Here are a few things to figure out and consider: Sizes Because you are having the cabinets made to suit your need, you will need to measure everything. [Read More]

Factors To Know About Fire Sprinklers

There are few hazards that can be more devastating for your home than for a fire to start. When these fires start, they can rapidly spread throughout the structure, and this can cause extensive damage as well as loss of life. Protecting your structure against fires will require more than simply placing smoke alarms throughout the structure. Rather, a comprehensive fire sprinkler system can be the best option for managing this threat. [Read More]

Preparing Your Air Conditioner For A Severe Storm: Three Things To Consider

When severe weather is coming your way in the summer, there are a few things you can do to prepare your air conditioner so it isn't damaged by power outages or electrical shorts. Here are some options you may want to consider if you know severe weather, such as a thunderstorm, hurricane, or tornado, is headed your way.  Power Down Your Air Conditioner If a storm is imminent, consider turning off your air conditioning unit. [Read More]