Get the Right Hurricane Proof Windows with These Tips

Written by Dionne. Posted in Air sealing, Doors, Hurricane resistant windows broward

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If you live in any of the areas that see hurricanes, it may be a good idea to replace your windows and doors with hurricane resistant ones. Homeowners who replace their windows tend to get a very high return on investment (ROI). The ROI for this home renovation project is about 78%. This can feel like a major construction job but will be worth it. The peace of mind alone, knowing your home is as ready as it can be for a hurricane, makes this worth it.

If you are not sure what kind of window your home needs, it is worth it to spend some time looking into it before the construction project begins.

What kinds of storms does your area really see?

Take Care of Your AC to Ensure You Keep Cool This Summer

Written by Dionne. Posted in Air conditioning maintenance st petersburg, Air conditioning service, Commercial ac repair st. petersburg fl

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In most places in the U.S., your air conditioner is going to get a workout at least a couple months out of the year. More than two-thirds of all homes in the nation have air conditioning, and in areas of the country where summer temperatures routinely rise into the upper 80s, just about every home has air conditioning. To ensure your air conditioner doesn’t fail on you when you need it most, you need to take care of it.

One of the best things you can do for your air conditioner to keep it operating well and lasting longer is to have it serviced. A local air conditioning repair service can do wonders for your AC just by checking it out on a yearly basis, something less than half of homeowners do. Not only will such visits improve the per

The Importance of Jack Pads in Construction

Written by Dionne. Posted in Crane outrigger pads, Jack pads, Outrigger pads for cranes

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We are right in the middle of summer, and as some would say, right in the middle of construction season. The spring and summer months bring a lot of construction projects because of the warmer weather. It is easier to do these construction projects when the temperatures are warmer and there is no risk of snow covering the ground. The projects get completed faster and alternate routes are safer for drivers, because there is no unplowed snow or ice to be worried about. You will probably notice a lot of construction equipment set up on the side of many roads. These construction equipment are necessary for the projects and for the protection of the roads and land that they sit on.

Construction equipment is very large, very heavy and very dangerous pieces of machines. They are only handled by professional and