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Reasons Why You Should Consider Computer Numeric Controlled Tube Bending

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There are many different ways to bend tubes, from using manpower to bend the tubes on its own to getting the help of machines. However, one way that is slowly being used more is computer numeric controlled (CNC) tube bending. This type of bending is done by hooking up a computer to a machine that is automating the tube bending and monitors the progress of the tube bending process in order to make sure that it is meeting the specifications that were loaded into the program. Read More»

Slab Jacking Will Fix Your Home's Damaged Concrete Driveway

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If your home’s concrete driveway has cracked and is sinking in some locations, then you might be surprised to learn that you can have the driveway fixed rather than having to demolish and replace it. Damaged concrete driveways are repaired by a process known as slab jacking.  Here is some information on slab jacking to help you understand how the process will repair your home’s driveway: Concrete Driveway Damage Causes Read More»

What To Consider Before You Install A New Rubber Roof

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Rubber roofing is quickly becoming a popular choice for both homeowners and contractors alike, due to the incredible versatility and dependability of rubber as a roofing material. With outstanding longevity, low maintenance requirements, easy installation, and appealing aesthetic options, it can be hard to believe that you could get so much from a new rubber roof. So if you’re a homeowner that’s interested in all of the advantages that rubber roofing brings to your life, there are a few things you need to consider before you install one. Read More»

Drought Got You Down? 4 Plumbing Updates That Will Save You Money And Water

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If you live in a region of the United States that’s been affected by drought, you may be trying to find ways to save water and money. You might be surprised to know that updating the plumbing in your home can help you save both. This is particularly true if it’s been a while since your plumbing has been updated. Take a look at a few of the ways you can save money installing new plumbing fixtures. Read More»

It Doesn't Get More Green Than Wood: Asphalt Vs. Cedar Shingles

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Choosing a roofing material for your home can be a complicated choice. You could simply go with the least expensive choice—asphalt shingles—but is that the most environmentally friendly choice? If you want to reduce the demand on earth’s resources, you have to look beyond the hit your wallet will take and consider where your roof comes from, how long your roof will last, and what will happen to it when it reaches the end of its service life. Read More»