Unstanding Your Options For Refinishing Your Wood Floors

Posted on: 16 February 2016

When you move into a home with wood floors, what you may not know is that you will likely one day be faced with the prospect of refinishing those wood floors. This especially true if you purchase an older home that still has the original floors in place. And when the time comes to refinish those floors, you may be surprised at all of the different wood floor finishing options that are available to you.
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2 Safety Hazards Associated With Crane Operation

Posted on: 26 January 2016

The use of a crane at a construction site is not unusual. The large piece of industrial equipment often makes hoisting and transporting simpler and safer. However, accidents involving a crane can be quite serious, resulting in significant injuries or even death.  Crane operation can entail multiple hazards that can be avoided if appropriate safety measures are observed. Here are a few of the hazards that may be encountered during the operation of a crane:
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Is Green Roofing A Way To Express Your Home Decor Identity?

Posted on: 7 January 2016

If you survey the homes across the US, it doesn't take much to be unique with home design and decor. A few different colors and props can make you stand out, but does the way you stand out serve a purpose other than being different? To reach further into design, green roofing offers a few benefits for more than the aesthetics of your home. For a greener roof that gives back to the environment while expanding your canvas of home design expression, take a look at how green roofing works and what you can do with it.
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What Is An Electrical Disturbance And What Causes It?

Posted on: 4 January 2016

Electrical disturbances occur when signals are produced by unwanted sources such as an atmospheric condition that will have an effect on the power to your home. There are many reasons this can happen, but after you realize what is causing the problem, you can resolve the issue. They can last for just a second and result with an increased voltage level. A brownout will last longer, causing a decrease in voltage levels.
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