Pack For Your Next Move Like A Pro

Posted on: 25 January 2016

Get your personal items to your new home unharmed by taking the time to wrap and pack them like professional movers. Using the right materials and knowing how to load boxes takes the risk out of moving even the most fragile items. Here is how to pack those favorite household items for the trip to your next living space. Have the Right Packing Supplies Before You Start Before you begin any packing project, get all of the right materials together and have them within reach. [Read More]

Tips For Tackling Your Own Backyard Concrete Construction Project

Posted on: 23 January 2016

If you're planning to construct a concrete patio or walkway as part of your backyard landscaping, you need to understand the fundamentals of preparing, pouring and finishing the concrete. Once you understand the process, you'll be in a better position to do the work on your own. Here is a look at some of the basics that you need to know, including the equipment you may need to rent. Preparing and Pouring the Concrete Mixture [Read More]

Using A Water Dowser

Posted on: 7 January 2016

Water dowsing is the ancient art of finding water using a stick, rod, or pendulum. When the dowser passes over water, the tool or tools will be pulled downward. Although this method may not seem "scientific," it has been a reliable method for centuries. If you are planning to dig a well, you should consider hiring a water dowser.  The Proof Even though water dowsing is an ancient art, many skeptics of the practice exist. [Read More]

Preventing Damages Caused By Friction: 3 Tips For Lubricating Overhead Doors

Posted on: 5 January 2016

If you ever hear an annoying squeaking sound coming from the overhead doors, it's a sign that they need to be lubricated. The fact that you can hear squeaking indicates that the lifespan of the overhead door is being shortened. The pressure and friction are quickly wearing down the parts. Don't wait until you hear sounds coming from the overhead door before you lubricate it. Be proactive and lubricate the door at least once a year. [Read More]