Is Your Construction Site Missing A Vital Piece Of Equipment? 4 Reasons You Need To Secure It With A Commercial Fence

When you're under contract to build a new home for a client, the last thing you want is to deal with increased expenses. Unfortunately, if your construction site isn't protected with a commercial fence, that's exactly what you could be facing. Leaving your construction site unprotected leaves you vulnerable to a variety of liability issues. Not to mention additional expenditures related to an unsecured site. Here are just four of the reasons you need to have your construction site secured by a commercial fence:

Purchased An Older Home And Found Dry Rot And Mold On Wood Structures? Tips To Get Rid Of Both Of Them

If you just purchased an older home and have found dry rot and mold on wood structures, it is crucial that you get this problem taken care of immediately before you move in. If not, both things will lead to much larger problems resulting in higher repair bills. Below is some information about dry rot and mold and how you can get rid of it. Dry Rot Dry rot is a type of fungus, and you do not see dry rot on wood like you do mold.

Keeping Your Fire Alarm Monitoring System Operational

Fire alarm monitoring systems are the best way to ensure that the fire department arrives in time to extinguish your home fire. By arriving sooner, the fire will do less damage to your property. Also, you may find yourself in a situation where you are unable to call the fire department. But in order for the fire alarm monitoring system to be effective, there are several things that you should do as an owner of such a system, such as:

Bypass The Lumberyard--Composite Decks Are The Way To Go!

Building a deck is fun and exciting. It is also nerve-racking if you have never done it before. Staring at all of the different kinds of lumber in a lumber yard, you would be hard-pressed to make a decision and make sure it is the correct one. Bypass all of that and ask the sales clerk where the "composite" decking material is. For a DIYer that has no building experience until now, this is the way to go.

How A Land Survey Finds Your Boundary Lines

As a homeowner, you'll probably need to have your land surveyed at one time or another. It's a good practice to have the lot surveyed on any property before you purchase it so you know exactly what you are buying. This is important even if it's surrounded by a fence because you want to know if the fence is on the line, on your property, or on the neighbor's property. Also, when you build a new fence, put in a pool, or construct an outbuilding on the edge of your property, you want to know where the property lines are so you don't go over them or build in an easement.