Winter can be particularly devastating to asphalt parking lots, especially if they're not carefully protected. In addition to the routine cleaning and sealing of your parking lot, you also need to conduct the precautionary steps described below. These steps will help protect your parking lot, and make it a safer place this winter.
Inspect Catch Basin Inlets
When it comes to commercial parking lots, most business owners concentrate their attention on chips and cracks during the winter.
When you buy a new home and move in, you might assume that everything will be in proper working order from the roof of the home down to the basement. While it's true that much of your new residence should be in good shape, you don't necessarily want to assume that everything is fine — only for a problem to appear before long. Many homes have warranties so you won't likely have to worry about expenses coming out of your pocket, but there's little question that certain issues can be a major hindrance.
Are you lucky enough to live on hilltop or mountaintop property that offers you an amazing view? You might have selected the house you now live in because of that special feature. If you have decided to build a patio where you can entertain guests, from arranging for wood fence services to decorating the patio in a unique way, here are some ideas that might help you.
Wood Fence Services
Making the bathroom kid-friendly is likely a goal you have when your kids are getting to the age where they'll be using the bathroom on their own without any supervision. Remodeling the bathroom is often something homeowners put off due to the costs involved. Instead of avoiding any remodeling work due to the desire to save money, it's smart to look into what you can do in the bathroom at a good price.
Owning a home on its own septic system means you are responsible for the upkeep of this system. Fortunately, this is usually a relatively low-effort task, since septic systems are designed to work well with minimal maintenance. What is needed is an annual inspection and periodic septic pumping and cleaning. The following are three signs that it is time for you to schedule a maintenance visit.
#1: You don't know when the last service call was