Air Circulation Is Key In Tiny-Home Living

Regardless of the climate or terrain that you have parked your tiny house, it is important to assess the air to ensure it is being circulated properly, and that it doesn't contain too much moisture. There are tests and gadgets that you can use to measure the amount of moisture in the air, and also ways that homeowners can combat this moisture with adequate air circulation and ventilation. Ventilation is key to consider early-on in the building stage of your tiny-home, and something that merits attention as you live there. [Read More]

Three Things To Consider When Designing A Custom Home

Building a custom home can be exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. There are so many features and design options available that it can be difficult to decide which ones to choose. To help make things a little easier and to ensure your custom home meets your current and future needs, here are three things to take into consideration when designing your house. Your Future Life Stage Quite possibly the most important thing you should take into consideration is what life stages you expect to be in during the time you're living in the home. [Read More]

3 Important Safety Equipment For Roadside Construction Sites

Working roadside construction can be a dangerous job at times. With vehicles constantly passing by, you need a way to protect yourself and your crew. You can do just that when you incorporate the following safety gear onto the work site.  Crash Trucks with Impact Attenuators  No matter what signs are set up, there are some motorists who accidentally enter the work zone. To prevent them from causing severe, even fatal, accidents, you need to have crash trucks with impact attenuators. [Read More]

Didn't Take Good Care Of Your In-Ground Pool This Summer? Tips To Get It Back In Good Shape

If you have a pool in your backyard that you didn't take care of it is likely in bad shape.  This is because there are many maintenance steps you have to take throughout the swimming season. Fortunately, you can get your pool back in good shape again so you can enjoy it next year. Below are two ways you can do this to help you get started: Remove Debris If there is any kind of debris in the pool, you need to remove it before you do anything. [Read More]