Potable Water: How A New Well Is Sanitized To Meet Your Clean Water Needs

Access to potable water, or water that is fit to consume, is extremely important to maintain a healthy and fit life. If you are a Canadian native, then you are likely to utilize around 343 liters of water every single day. This consumption is two times the rate of other civilized nations, excluding the United States. Most of the water is supplied through the municipal system. In more secluded areas of the country, a water well may be required instead. Read More 

4 Tips To Help You Choose The Right Roofing Material For Your New Roof

If it's time for you to choose a new, you may feel a little lost. There are so many different materials from which to choose. Check out these four tips that can help you in your decision-making process. Consider Your Short-Term and Long-Term Budget When it comes to any home improvement project, budget plays a huge role, but you shouldn't just think about your short-term budget. Think about your long-term budget too. Read More 

Extend The Life Of Your Concrete Drive With Sealcoating

If you have a concrete driveway, you have made an investment into this area of your home. If you are like most homeowners, you will want to take the necessary steps to ensure you maintain this valuable investment. One very important step many homeowners fail to take is applying sealcoating. By sealcoating your drive, you will help to protect your concrete from the damaging rays of the sun, as well as moisture and other chemicals, which can wreak havoc on this area. Read More 

Tempered Glass: What Business Owners Should Know

Tempered glass is used almost everywhere; homes, businesses, schools, hospitals and buildings of all kinds contain it. Even your car windows are made of tempered glass. However, you may not be aware of what makes tempered glass special and when or how it should be used if you own or operate a business. Below is an introduction to tempered glass and what you need to know, including information on how to work around it safely: Read More 

Tips For Improving Fireplace Efficiency

You may think nothing compares with the comfort and coziness of sitting in front of an open fireplace on a cold winter night, but you may secretly worry about the effects on the environment or with the cost of heat loss up the chimney. The good news is, you can transform your traditional open fireplace to an environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient source of heat. According to Skip Hayden, director of renewable and integrated energy systems at Natural Resources Canada, new combustion wood-burning fireplaces are 70 percent efficient and emit only 10 percent of the pollution of traditional fireplaces. Read More