Furnace & Duct Cleaning Tips For The Winter Season

As winter time approaches, and temperatures begin to drop, the desire to dust off that heater and crank it up will begin to set in. Except for a few months out of the year, most furnaces go relatively unused for extended periods of time, so it's always a good idea to service your furnace and air ducts before being put to use to ensure everything is as operational, safe, and efficient as possible. [Read More]

Tips For Setting Up A Manufactured Home

If you are a person who would prefer to build your home from the ground up, but do not have the money for a rebuild, a good deal is building a manufactured home. Manufactured homes come with two great positives. The first is the option to select the best neighborhood and lot for your home. There are many excellent neighborhoods in cities and suburbs with sub par homes, or homes that do not fit your desires and needs. [Read More]

Directional Drilling And Public Safety Concerns

The need to use directional drilling, especially Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), in urban areas has increased a lot over time. As a result, there have been lots of discussions about public safety. Even though equipment manufacturers have done a lot to increase the safety of drilling equipment, there are still few reported cases of contractor deaths during HDD operations. The role of the engineering community in design stage safety is to make sure that the projects designed can be installed using HDD and that they maximize the safety of the project without testing the limits of technology. [Read More]

Different Ways To Add Efficient Drainage To Your Parking Lot

When you are dealing with large puddles throughout your parking lot, you need an effective way to handle the situation. Luckily, you have a few options that will allow your parking area to drain properly without disrupting the spots where your customers normally park. Redirect Water Flow One of the easiest ways to make your drainage more effective is to redirect the rainwater. Making sure that the water slopes away from the center of your parking lot is the first step. [Read More]