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Purchasing Your First Tankless Water Heater? What Should You Know About Maintenance?

If you've recently made the upgrade from a tanked water heater to a more energy-efficient on demand or tankless model, you may already be noticing a difference in your monthly utility costs. However, while these heaters can often pay for themselves in the form of lower electricity or gas bills and federal energy tax credits, they do require somewhat different maintenance and needs than you may have grown accustomed to with past tanked water heaters. Read More 

Keep Your Industrial Pallet Racks Safe and Functional with These Tips

Pallet racks are a great way to organize your warehouse and maximize the space. Items that are stored on pallets can be placed on racks that are two, three or four levels tall, helping you to store items vertically. However, accidents can occur which can damage the pallet racks. When this occurs, your inventory and even employees can be hurt. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to help keep the pallet racks safe and functional. Read More 

Preventing Garage Door Injuries At Home

Your garage is an important part of your home. From protecting your vehicles to storing holiday decorations, it is easy to see the value of the space. Unfortunately, automatic garage doors cause numerous accidents, which can be devastating to your personal belongings and painful to your family members. While surprising to hear, 85 children in the United States suffered death or permanent brain damage due to garage doors between 1974 and 1995. Read More 

6 Tips To Get Your Plumbing Ready For Winter

Plumbing is one of the most important components of your home, yet it's one that's frequently overlooked until there's a major issue. Your plumbing system should get a little extra attention each year at the beginning of winter. Doing so will allow you to attend to annual plumbing maintenance tasks, while preventing potential mishaps like burst pipes at the same time. Here are six tips for getting your plumbing system ready for winter: Read More 

Wood, Metal, Fiberglass, Or Vinyl? Choosing The Right Material For Your Home’s Patio Door

When choosing a door for your patio, you need to take several factors into account. How do you want your home to look? Will it bother you if the door needs frequent upkeep? What is the climate like in your back yard? How big is your home improvement budget? Answering these questions will help you choose the best material, since each one has its own unique strengths and weaknesses. Classic Wooden Doors Read More