Every room in your house has a door frame, even if it does not have a door. If your door frames only consist of a simple lintel and two posts, and you would like to do a little remodeling to dress up the door frames, there are a few things you can do. The following three options should get you started. Custom Carvings Many old door frames are made of wood. [Read More]
3 Tips For Remodeling Your Home Office
If you work at home, you may need some extra motivation. Being able to work from the comfort of your home may be a blessing or a curse. The flexibility of setting your own hours and avoiding a long commute is certainly appealing to some people. In order to stay focused on the task at hand and get the job done it's a good idea to remodel your home office. By knowing tips to make your office more attractive, you may be motivated to get your work completed. [Read More]
Wood Siding: When Should You Repaint?
If your house seems a bit faded, but you're not sure if it's time to repaint, you can figure it out before you call in the painting contractor. Generally, wood siding needs repainting every five years, but climate conditions may weather the paint sooner. #1: Start With a Clean Slate A clean exterior helps you more accurately gauge the status of the paint currently on your home. If your home's exterior isn't very dirty, you may be able to spray it off with the garden hose before performing a thorough inspection. [Read More]
4 Things To Do Before Your Crane Subcontractor Arrives On Your Oilfield
Cranes are essential for many oilfield projects. That means that it's essential that you hire crane operators and subcontractors that know what they're about. After the bids and final selection, there's a few things you should do to prepare your site for the arrival of the cranes and their operators. You shouldn't leave it up to the subcontractors to show up and make their own space. If the subcontractor charges by time, then the better you prepare for them, the less you will pay. [Read More]