Getting The Most From Your Building’s Elevator System

Elevators are common devices for modern high-rise buildings. While elevators may be a common piece of machinery, they need to be properly cared for as a mechanical part of the building.  Periodically Test The Emergency Controls Of The Elevators In the event that there is a problem with the elevator, there are emergency controls on the interior that passengers can use. These controls can allow for the elevator's emergency brake to be activated, to let the passengers out at the next floor, or to provide a line of communication to first responders. Read More 

2 Times When You Shouldn’t Have Your Septic Tank Pumped

When you use a septic system for your home, you already know that you need to have it pumped out every few years as well as when it starts backing up. However, what you may not know is that there are times when pumping out the tank is not a good idea. Below are a couple of scenarios when you should not have your septic tank pumped out. 1.  The Area around the Septic Tank Has Flooded Read More 

A Few Things You Should Do For Your Heater At The End Of The Season

Once the weather starts to warm up and you turn off your heater for the year, there should be a few weeks or even months where you do not need to use any heating or cooling appliances. This makes it the perfect time to get some work done to the HVAC system as you won't have to worry about keeping your home comfortable if the system needs to be shut down for a while. Read More 

Some Common Roofing Problems To Watch Out For

You should learn all you can about the common issues that you face around the different areas of your home. The more you know about the things that can happen, the more you will be prepared to take preventative measures to prevent those things. Your roof is crucial to the well-being of your home. Here are some of the issues many people find themselves dealing with when it comes to their roofs. Read More 

Home Siding Choices : A Look At Common Faqs

If you are like any other homeowner, picking the type of siding you want on the exterior of your home will take a lot of time and consideration. The siding you choose will determine your home's value, curb appeal, and maintenance requirements for the long term. Therefore, there can be a lot of questions involved in the process. Take a look at some of the common questions about home siding and the answers you should know. Read More