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Four Ways To Reduce Your Electrical Bills With Lighting Upgrades

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If you are tired of paying so much for electricity, improvements to your lighting can be an affordable way to make changes. You can start by throwing away all the incandescent lights today, and replacing them with CFL or LED light bulbs. You can also use new lighting that provides you with the light you need and minimizes electrical consumption. Here are some ways you can improve the lighting in your home: Read More»

How To Install Cedar Shingles

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Cedar shingles not only add beauty to your roof, but they are also very durable, environmentally-friendly, and have more insulation properties than asphalt shingles. Properly installed and maintained cedar shingles can last up to 40 years. Here is how you can cover your roof with cedar shingles. You Will Need These: Cedar Shingles Utility Knife Rust-Resistant Nails Nail Gun Chalk Line Circular Saw Drill Pre-Drill Holes To protect the cedar shingles from cracking while you install them, you should pre-drill the holes in them for the nails. Read More»

Five Tips To Help You Get More Life Out Of Your Roofing

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If you have conventional asphalt roofing on your home, it will eventually need to be replaced. The shingles on your roof will have an average life span that can be anywhere from 10 to 15 years. If you do not care for your roof though, this time can be greatly reduced and you will need to replace your roof sooner. If you want to get the most out of your roofing, here are some tips to help make your roofing last longer: Read More»

Choosing The Best Light Tower For Your Oil Field

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Choosing the right light tower for an oil field project is a crucial aspect of safety. Here are some of the most important considerations for your light tower.  Number of Contact Points Some models of light towers will come with only three stabilizing points, while the more robust models have five or more points of contact to keep them from blowing over. Consider your weather conditions; in coastal oil rigs, it may be more important to choose the option with five stabilizers. Read More»

The Benefits Of Wood Burning Furnaces

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Wood burning furnaces provide your home with heat by burning wood as a fuel source. There are several different types of wood burning furnaces, each of which operates in a different way to accomplish the same thing. Understanding what each type of furnace has to offer your home can help you choose the one that best fits your needs. Central Wood Burning Furnaces Central wood burning furnaces are installed within your home, and can be either forced-air systems, which make use of ductwork and fans to blow hot air throughout your home, or hydronic systems, which heat water and pump it through pipes to radiators throughout your home. Read More»