Do You Need A New Layer Of House Wrap When Replacing Siding?

Investing in a whole new set of siding for your home may increase its value and will refresh its exterior look. However, what's installed just below the siding is almost as important for the long-term durability of the house. House wrap, usually made of breathable materials like tar paper or Tyvek, is essential for most types of siding installation. Find out how this wrap is generally used during a siding replacement project and what limits its use. Read More 

Information On Water Damage And Water Damage Cleanup

There are a lot of ways in which you could end up with water damage in your home. In some cases, the water issue may be obvious and severe. In other cases, it can happen due to an issue with water that you aren't even aware you have going on in the house. The information you will read below can explain some ways you can get water damage and go over what water damage is. Read More 

Tips for Buying a New Vacuum Cleaner

When it comes to the things that you use to maintain your home, perhaps one of the most underrated is your vacuum cleaner. That is, of course, until it stops working and you need to look for a new one. Because most people shop for vacuum cleaners so infrequently, sometimes it's hard to know for sure what you're looking for. If you're in the market to buy a vacuum cleaner, here's a look at a few of the things that you need to think about first. Read More 

Signs You Need To Purchase Replacement Undercarriage Parts For Heavy-Duty Machinery

The undercarriage of machinery is anything below the main chassis. It could include wheels, tracks, suspension systems, and sprockets. If any of these signs are present, you may be better off finding replacement undercarriage parts.  Rust Spots If you've had the same machinery for a very long time, rust may have developed around the undercarriage. If the rust spots have spread quite a bit, then trying to repair these issues isn't going to result in a meaningful outcome. Read More 

An Introduction To Hydraulic Tool Repair: Signs That You Have Trouble

When your shop relies on hydraulic tools to complete your necessary tasks, it's important that those tools are in good working order at all times. Perhaps the workhorse of many such shops is the impact wrench. A hydraulic impact wrench can be used for so many things that it's surprising the tool gets a rest in the shop at all. However, because of its versatility and the frequency with which it's used, it also suffers wear and needs repairs frequently. Read More