How To Solve 2 Common Chimney Problems

Posted on: 29 January 2015

Two of the most common chimney problems faced by homeowners are a build-up of creosote and water leakage. Besides being a nuisance, these two problems can cause a host of other issues, ranging from minor wallpaper damage to a major chimney fire. The following guide explains possible causes for your chimney problems and ways to solve them. Problem #1: Creosote Build-Up A build-up of creosote deposits inside your chimney is a common, but potentially serious problem that should never be ignored.
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8 Tips For Saving On Crane Services

Posted on: 27 January 2015

When hiring a crane service, you can take steps to keep your costs low. Preparation not only saves money, but it can save time on your project. Here are eight ways to prepare ahead for crane services.  Arrange a survey. An on-site survey of the work that needs to be done can help cut expenses. The crane operator can give you a solid estimate of what you will and will not be charged for while the crane is on-site.
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3 Ways That A Self Storage Unit Can Be Beneficial For Independent Roofers

Posted on: 20 January 2015

As an independent roofer, you probably don't have access to the building space that larger roofing companies enjoy.  This means that you have to find alternative holding places for your inventory and materials if you don't wish to have to carry them around in your vehicle.  Leasing a storage unit may be the perfect solution for you because it allows you to have additional space without having to rent out a building.
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Installing A Portable Gas Heater: Facts You Should Know

Posted on: 19 January 2015

If your home is not equipped with a central heating system or the heating system you have is simply too expensive to run on a daily basis, the use of a portable heater could provide the solution you are looking for. While many of the most popular space heater models will run on electricity, these electric heaters will do little to effectively heat a large space. This is why many homeowners who require widespread heat will ultimately settle on the use of a portable gas heater.
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