Piecing It All Together: How Modular Buildings Work—And Why They're Attracting So Much Interest

Posted on: 16 September 2014

Over the past few years, innovations in modular construction techniques have helped to revolutionize the future of construction. Today, modular and prefabrication technology is helping cut down on the cost, time, and environmental impact of construction altogether. The following will illustrate how modular construction works and outline the impact it may make on the way both companies and civil engineers may build in the future. How Modular and Prefab Construction Works [Read More]

6 Ways To Troubleshoot A Sticking Glass Shower Door

Posted on: 15 September 2014

Whether you choose a glass shower door that slides along a track or pivots on a hinge, sticking can set in after only a few years of use. Sticking shower doors are the bane of the busy homeowner trying to get to work on time. If you're tired of struggling with a sticky door, complete some basic troubleshooting steps on your own before calling for professional repairs. Clean the Tracks [Read More]

3 Reasons Why It's Time To Take Your Commercial Building Solar

Posted on: 15 September 2014

If you're a commercial building owner, paying for a new roof probably isn't your idea of a good time. However, a roof is an important investment into your building, and if it's time for a new one, then you're looking at a terrific opportunity to make a great investment with more return than the average roof can give you. If going solar was already on your list of things to do, it just makes good financial sense to do it when you have a new roof installed, rather than adding solar later. [Read More]

What Setting Should Your Air Conditioning's Fan Be Set To?

Posted on: 10 September 2014

Even a very simple, old style thermostat can be difficult to use if you are unsure of what settings to use. Temperature and hot or cold air are relatively straightforward, since they do exactly what you think they do. While the fan settings either have the fan run only when you need it or all the time, it is far less obvious which setting will work best for your home. [Read More]