4 Ways to Prep Your Older Rental Home for New Tenants

Posted on: 20 June 2017
Although tenants understand that most homes they consider renting have been resided in beforehand, they don't expect to move into a place that shows signs of wear and tear and has obviously seen better days. They want a clean place to move into that they can make their own with little effort. If you want to rent your older home out, you'll need to clean and prep it to give it new life.
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Pole- Vs. Pad-Mounted Transformers

Posted on: 22 May 2017
When planning the electrical supply layout for a new neighborhood, you have to be careful about where you place transformers because you don't want them to cause trouble -- or to be the target of trouble. Both work well, but each work better under certain circumstances. Birds are an Issue for Both Birds and their nests and droppings are a problem for both types. If you install pole-mounted transformers, ensure you've configured and covered the wiring so that birds can't build nests there.
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Skid Steer Wrestlemania! Attachments That Pile-Drive Any Surface

Posted on: 26 April 2017
In the world of construction, there is always some deconstruction to be done. Attacking surfaces that need to be removed is a lot like wrestling; you are pile-driving into the concrete, cement, etc. with tools that help break down your "opponent." The most easily-maneuvered and multi-purpose piece of equipment is your skid steer and the numerous attachments that attack and break down any surface.  Post Drivers BAM! The driving and ramming force of a six-foot-six monster wrestler crossed with hydraulic power of a skid steer is realized in a post driver.
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3 Ways To Maintain Heavy Construction Equipment

Posted on: 6 April 2017
If you hope to get the most out of your construction equipment, you will need to maintain it and touch base with a machine shop that specializes in hydraulic service and repair. By following some major guidelines regarding the care of this heavy construction equipment, you'll be able to own this equipment for a long time and make the best use of it. To make this happen, start out by following these three suggestions.
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