Four Signs That Your Climate May Make Your Crawlspace A Haven For Mold

Some areas of the country have a much higher frequency of mold problems than others do. This has a lot to do with the climate, which can turn your home and crawlspace into a welcoming environment for mold growth. You can of course control your house's indoor environment with climate control and humidity control and waterproof your crawlspace to reduce moisture problems beneath the house, but knowing whether your climate makes you susceptible is key to stopping the problem before it starts. Read More 

Two Add-Ons That Can Protect Your Roof And Home

Your roof is a very large part of your house and protects your family each day from the elements. That's why it's in your best interest to give it some attention every so often and ensure that it's in good shape and can continue to shield you. In addition to regular maintenance tasks, you may want to consider the following things you can put on the roof so that your roof and home are better protected. Read More 

White Chalk-Like Residue On Your Basement Walls? Here’s What You Need To Know!

Water damage to your home's foundation can compromise the structural integrity of your home. Therefore, it's important to notice the signs of water damage in your home's foundation as soon as possible. One sign of water damage causes white powder to form on the concrete walls of your foundation. Here's why it happens and what you can do about it.  What's going on inside the foundation walls and the structure of your home? Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Structural Engineer When Building An Apartment Complex

Are you planning on building an apartment complex? If so, you might be looking forward to owning a complex and bringing in a nice profit. During the building stages, however, it's important to take the right steps if you want to be successful. For example, you might want to consider working with a structural engineer when coming up with your building plans. These are a few reasons why this can be a good idea. Read More 

Staying Functional Through Vigilance: Warning Signs Of Hydraulic Gear Pump Failure

Hydraulic gears function in demanding environments to perform essential tasks which keep your vehicles and equipment strong and on the job. If those gears undergo a catastrophic failure, the cost in both time and money can be substantial, and you may find yourself scrambling to recover. The best way to avoid that stress is to be proactive, which requires knowledge and engagement. Below, you'll find a guide to some warning signs that your hydraulic gear pump may be at risk of failure. Read More