Recent Blog Posts

What to Look For: Inspecting your Insulation and Weather Stripping

As the cold weather approaches and your furnace begins its annual duties, we often think of ways to make our homes more energy efficient. One thing that can make a big impact on energy savings at a reasonable cost is inspecting your insulation and weatherstripping. Over time, weatherstripping can become worn out and damaged which then creates drafts. Insulation can settle over time, thus reducing its R-value and becoming less effective.

 Using WD-40 to Clean Tools

There are only a few things on this planet that are known to fix nearly anything. WD-40 is one of them --I'm sure that duct tape and bailing twine are near the top of that list, as well. One of the many uses of WD-40 that you may not have thought of, is cleaning tools.

How Tile Saws Work

While using a tile saw takes some practice to be proficient, it can be a useful tool when tiling a room. Here are some key points about how a tile saw works:  Some like it hot (or not)While regular circular saws are very versatile, cutting tile is not in their normal repertoire.

Home Energy Savings Checklist

Energy prices seem to be rising every year. Furthermore, the impact of energy consumption has lasting effects on the environment. Though there’s not much we can do in regards to reducing the prices of the energy we consume, there are ways to reduce how much we consume. In turn, these energy-saving methods can reduce the impact on the environment.