How To Make Sure Your Auto Shop Garage Door Doesn't Break

Posted on: 7 June 2019

If you own an auto shop, then you know just how important it is to make sure that everything is always in working order. One of the most important parts of any auto shop is the garage door. Just like all things, garage doors can start to wear down after years and years of use, leading to things like slow-moving garages, squeaky garages, or garage doors that completely breakdown. To avoid ending up with a broken garage door, this article will take a closer look at a few things you can do.
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2 Ways Alligator Cracks Cause Further Damage To Your Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted on: 8 May 2019

While walking through your business's parking lot, you may have noticed a few areas where small cracks have started to form in a criss-cross pattern. These alligator cracks, so named because they resemble alligator skin, may at first glance seem to be superficial and harmless overall. However, there are a couple of ways that these cracks can cause further damage to your asphalt parking lot. 1.  Allow Water to Seep Under the Pavement
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Why Have Crawl Space Encapsulation Done Professionally

Posted on: 17 March 2019

You consider yourself a person able to perform most of their projects at home. You may be skilled at doing most of your home repairs yourself, but dealing with your crawl space should not be one of them. Since this area is often not used much and can be prone to moisture, you should have your crawl space encapsulated. However, you should always hire a professional to do the work: here's why.
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Crash Trucks: What They Are And How To Rent One

Posted on: 29 January 2019

Every day construction workers risk their lives while trying to do their job. Construction areas on highways are especially dangerous due to distracted drivers hitting the workers or their equipment. Orange cones and barrels map the way through most sites, but it still doesn't take away all of the risks of these workers getting injured or even killed. Due to this, construction companies have started taking more measures for protecting themselves.
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