2 Reasons To Add A Downdraft Sanding Table To Your Workshop

Repairing and restoring furniture usually requires some type of sanding. Sanding serves a vital purpose in smoothing out the surface of wood furniture to prepare the furniture for painting, varnishing, or other finishing processes. Sanding can also eliminate stains or buildup from the surface of the wood. It's important that you are prepared to handle the dust particles created during the sanding process. Adding a downdraft sanding table to your workshop can be a simple and effective way to capture fine dust particles before they can wreak havoc on your surroundings. Read More 

Has Water Leaked Through Your Ceiling? Find Out Why Your Ceiling Needs To Come Down

If you notice water stains on your ceiling, you have a leak. This leak may be coming from the roof, a bathtub or shower, your toilet, or a pipe behind the ceiling. If you have figured out where the water is coming from and stopped the leak, you may think that you are done dealing with the problem. However, after a leak has presented itself, the ceiling in the area should be taken down. Read More 

Is It Possible To Restore A Wooden Shake Roof Instead Of Replace It?

Before metal became such a readily available roofing material, a lot of homeowners created roofing out of thin sheets of wood that are known as wooden shakes. Wooden shake roofs are resilient, natural, and quite aesthetically appealing. Therefore, if you have an older house that still boasts one of these traditional roofs, you probably like the idea of keeping it. The only problem is, replacing a wooden shake roof can be a little more costly than using other materials like metal or even asphalt shingles. Read More 

Four Safety Tips For After A Minor Kitchen Fire

If you just had a minor fire in your kitchen and were able to put it out without the assistance of the fire department, then take a deep breath and be thankful you're okay. Next, you'll need to take some time to assess the repair the damage. Even a small fire -- and the water or fire extinguishing chemicals required to put it out -- can cause quite a lot of damage. Read More 

Assessing Your Home For Water Damage

Your home is where you live, where you de-stress and feel comfortable, but if you've recently had water damage, you may not be feeling very comfortable in your home. You may be worried about where the water all went, what was affected and if mold may begin growing inside your home. If you've had a flood or leak in your home, you need to assess the damage. Read on for tips to assess the water damage in your home. Read More