Natural stone and marble are increasingly popular in construction, interior design, and business spaces. However, they require specialized care to prevent damage and maintain their elegance and value.
High-earning natural stone and marble care businesses focus on offering quality service. They also invest in specialized equipment and supplies to deliver optimal customer results.
Natural stone and marble add value to homes and businesses and are a beautiful design element. However, these materials may require special care to maintain their exquisite look and avoid damage. Continue reading “Is Commercial Stone Care Worth the Investment?”
Thinking of investing in an RV? While hitting the open road in a vehicle you can drive, sleep and live in is a fantastic way to see the sights, there are a few things to consider before making the purchase. One such consideration is the additional upkeep a big rig requires. Below, we’ll go over a few of the many maintenance aspects you should be aware of before buying your own recreational vehicle.
Just like a car, an RV needs routine maintenance to keep it in safe, working condition. From oil changes and filter replacements to tire rotations and brake checks, there are the upkeeps you should already be familiar with due to your own vehicle. RVs require several additional checks and replacements, however, that most people don’t realize until they have an RV of their own. Altogether, these services add up to roughly $1,000 to $2,000 a year in regular maintenance. Continue reading “Before You Buy: Understanding RV Maintenance”
After overcoming the challenge of buying a home, homeowners are tasked with a new trial: properly maintaining the property. Often, this leads them into unknown territory. One example of maintenance that some find overwhelming is all the upkeep needed for a driveway. To help get the most out of your driveway’s lifespan, let’s go over a few maintenance, upkeep and repair basics.
First, there are many types of materials used for driveways. Each one has pros and cons when it comes to maintenance, appearance, environmental impact, etc. To keep things straightforward, we’ll go over the top two popular choices: asphalt and concrete. Continue reading “Tips On Driveway Maintenance And Repair For New Homeowners”
Remodeling your home creates a pretty substantial mess when all is said and done. Even if your
contractor or crew of renovators go about the work tidily, there’s still waste, dust and dirt to take care of when the project is finished. To help, here are a few tips for homeowners on minimizing waste and performing an extensive post-construction cleanup after your final walkthrough.
First, let’s talk about waste. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, home remodeling accounts for 22% of all construction and demolition generated waste. Although much of that waste is from natural materials, some of it could be harmful to your health, such as brick and drywall dust. Handling these materials should be done with care and may require particular cleaning equipment. Continue reading “Post-Residential Renovation Cleanup”
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