Archive for February, 2015

Five Questions Answered About Selecting the Right Nuts and Bolts for the Job

Written by Dave on . Posted in Big bolt corp, Custom bolts, U bolt suppliers

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In a nation where 85% of homes were built before 1980, almost every homeowner runs into a situation where home repair skills would come in handy. Unfortunately, 57% of adults consider their home maintenance or repair skills to be hovering at or significantly below average. To help boost your confidence in tackling home repair projects, here are answers to some of the basic questions homeowners ask about buying the right nuts and bolts for their task.

#1. What’s the Difference Between a Bolt and a Screw?

while screws are a single piece of metal with a raised head that pierces then rotates to fasten objects together, bolts are threaded fasteners that are designed to work with a nut to hold it in place. One of the main differences between a screw and a bolt is the screw rotat

Buying a Home? Check These Items for a Good Deal

Written by Dave on . Posted in Roofing company, Roofing services, Vinyl siding installation costs

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If you are buying a new home, remember that it is a buyer’s market. By paying attention to these little details, you can find little items that will cost you later. That way, you can bargain with sellers and get the perfect price for you and your budget. Just like a car, homes have many items that require regular maintenance. By checking out these details, you can see where your new potential home is in its maintenance cycle (i.e. it’s been a while or this stuff what all done very recently).

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Vinyl only lasts about 40 years when properly cared for. Brick and other masonry also needs to be kept up every so often. If you don’t want to add Continue Reading No Comments

Here’s Why Pipe Bursting is Actually a Good Thing

Written by Dave on . Posted in Pipe bursting cost, Sewer pipe bursting, Tric trenchless x30 system

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When it comes to sewer repair, it’s generally something every homeowner dreads doing. It’s usually because the current sewer system has failed, they’re worried about the cost, and it’s just generally something that people don’t think about until the worst has happened. If you’re in the market for sewer line replacement, there’s a little known secret that’s been around for about 15 years. It’s called pipe bursting, and here’s why it’s not such a bad thing.

1. What is pipe bursting?
Pipe bursting is a form of trenchless pipe repair that involves pulling a new pipe through the existing one. Rather than having a long trench dug in your yard for the full length of the pipe that needs replacing, two smaller pits are dug at either end. This means that if your sewer line goes under stru