Three Ways To Sound-Proof Your Commercial Roofing

Posted on: 10 April 2015

Commercial roofing keeps the interior of a building dry, deflects precipitation and heat, and is easily repaired or replaced. However, commercial roofing is rarely soundproof, and everything outside of the building (and some things inside) causes the roof to echo with noise and vibrations. It also makes it difficult to hear loudspeaker announcements and voices reverberate, causing confusion about what has been said. If you are willing to spend a little extra money, there are three ways you can soundproof your commercial building.
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4 Steps To Planning An Estate Sale

Posted on: 30 March 2015

An estate sale is the ideal way to clear out a loved one's home. If the person is alive, sorting through their belongings is a fairly simple task. If they've passed away, however, it can be much more difficult to figure out what should go and what should stay. Here are a few tips to make the process a little easier: Organize Belongings Yourself While you can hire an estate sale planner to organize and sort the belongings, it's a good idea to handle this process yourself.
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Stuck In The Cold? Get A Fire Going With These 5 Quick And Easy Fire Starters

Posted on: 17 March 2015

Many people use a fireplace and a furnace to heat their home. Some use one or the other. Regardless, if your furnace has stopped working and you're waiting on the repairman to arrive, you need to figure out a way to stay warm. If you have a fireplace, then this is the best place to start. Unfortunately, you don't have any store bought fire starters. Luckily, you can make your own with some items that are in your house already.
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3 Winter Safety Tips For Construction Workers

Posted on: 16 December 2014

Winter provides its own unique challenges to those in the construction trade. This is especially true in climates where it gets really frigid. While your crew may not be able to work in a blizzard, there is little to keep them off the job once it stops snowing. Barring a local state of emergency that keeps everyone home, you must assume you are going to be working in cold weather. Projects have deadlines that have to be kept, after all.
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