Archive for May, 2015

    Three Hard-to-Ignore Advantages of Cured in Place Pipe

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Milwaukee drain cleaning, Roof drain lining milwaukee, Sewer lateral rehabilitation milwaukee

    Epoxy pipe lining

    Cured in place pipe (CIPP) technology, which first originated in the 1970s, has become one of the most popular and advantageous ways to perform trenchless pipe repair and replacement. This method can repair, replace and rehabilitate sewer lines of a wide variety of shapes and materials, making it versatile and incredibly cost-efficient.

    It’s no surprise, then, that thousands of Americans choose this jointless, seamless form of pipe replacement each year to protect the investment that is their homes. Here are just three of the many reasons why you should opt for a CIPP pipe repair or replacement:

    CIPP saves money

    Compared to the traditional

    How Thieves Get in Your Home

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Commercial door locks roselle, Installing a door, Keys duplicated for commercial

    Installing a door

    “Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property so that they may more perfectly respect it,” said Gilbert K. Chesterton. So how do we respect our property so much that thieves never have the chance to steal? Well, that takes quite a few measures. First you must understand the loop holes and tricky situations that allow thieves to do their dirty work.

    First, thieves love it when all the locks on your home are the same. I’m sure that when you made this decision, you were giddy at how simple it would make your life. Just think! Next time I am carrying three large cases of soda, I can enter any door with this one key, no questions asked. We encourage you to use different types of keys for each door, no matter how big a hassle. Any locksmith will tell you that it’s a bad ide

    The Solution To Global Warming?

    Written by Dave on . Posted in Benefits of solar energy, Residential solar energy, Solar energy for residential homes

    Residential solar energy

    Every school child in America knows that plants make their energy through the process of photosynthesis, a miracle of evolution, without which life on Earth could not even exist.

    And while mankind might like to think of ourselves as the most evolved species on the food chain, we’re just barely catching up to the sophistication of the common houseplant. Because while human beings continue to burn through fossil fuels at an alarming rate, a new study by MIT recently revealed that existing solar tech could provide 100% of our energy needs.

    The benefits of solar energy have become clear to homeowners across the United States in the 21st century, and more Americans are seeking to offset their emissions footprint by installing residential solar systems on their home or property. That’s why solar