Make Sure You Properly Ventilate Your Foam Insulated Roof

Posted on: 28 September 2015

If you plan on using foam to keep your roof insulated, you need to make sure that there is enough air circulation around your foam insulation. You need to allow air to move around your foam insulation in order to keep moisture from building up. Here is what you need to do to keep your roof well insulated and well ventilated. Secure Sheathing Over Your Rafters If you are just building your roof, you will need to secure sheathing material over the top of your rafters.
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3 Tips To Prevent Damage To Your Hand Trucks

Posted on: 8 September 2015

If your warehouse is like many, you probably have plenty of hand trucks on hand to help you move equipment and stock around. You might take these hand  trucks for granted, but there is a good chance that you and your crew of workers wouldn't be able to get nearly as much done without them. This means that you should do what you can to take good care of them so that you don't have to worry about them failing when you need them.
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Tips On Troubleshooting Your Heater

Posted on: 19 August 2015

If you are sure that something is wrong with your heater, then there are a couple of things you can do to try to determine the severity of the situation. In some cases, this might save you a nice chunk of change that might otherwise be spent on a call to a professional. In other cases, it might let you know that the problem is very dangerous and that you should call an expert immediately.
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How to Avoid Court If You Have a Property Dispute

Posted on: 4 August 2015

Your neighbor begins construction on what you previously believed was your property. However, when you tell your neighbor that he or she is constructing on your property, your neighbor claims that the property actually belongs to him or her. You will not want to wait too long to handle this issue because under laws of adverse possession, your neighbor can eventually take permanent ownership of your property. Then, you will need to work with an attorney to get your property back.
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