3 Ways Your Fridge Can Cost You More Than It Should

4 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

For most people, the refrigerator is one of the most indispensable appliances of all. Yet that's no reason to let your fridge drive up your electricity bill unnecessarily. If you would like to learn more about home appliance maintenance, read on. This article will teach you about three ways your fridge may costing you more than it should. Refrigerator is too empty. Believe it or not, empty fridges end up working harder than full fridges. Read More 

Three Equipment Rental Myths Homeowners Sometimes Believe

27 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, there are a number of projects in which you need to bring in an experienced contractor, but there are many others that you can easily do on your own. One drawback is often the availability of equipment. While some people understand that there are equipment rental facilities they can rely on, myths concerning cost, ability to use the equipment, and transporting the equipment often hold people back from renting the equipment and completing these simple projects on their own. Read More 

Tips For Installing Fiberglass Insulation In Your Attic

6 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you want to improve the insulation in your attic, but you're on a tight budget, then fiberglass batts may be the best way to go. Fiberglass batts come in standard sheets that fit between the joists in your attic. While you can install the batts yourself, you may want to hire an Edmonton insulation contractor to do it because the fiberglass can cause respiratory irritation. Plus, making sure every nook and cranny is covered can be a labor intensive job. Read More 

4 Tips To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

12 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Energy efficiency is important to home owners for several reasons—an energy efficient home not only reduces utility bills, it also lessens your carbon footprint. If you live in an older home, it may not be easy or affordable to totally update your house to be completely energy efficient in a short amount of time. But there are a number of things you can do over time to increase the energy efficiency of your house. Read More 

Keeping Your Workers Happy With Clean Restrooms On The Job-Site

1 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are in charge of a contracting business, and you have several workers on job-sites daily, renting toilets for their use will save you money in the long run as your employees will not need to go looking for an area to relieve themselves during working hours. Having rental toilets nearby at all times will keep morale high, taking away the risk of low output on the job due to disgruntled attitudes. Read More