Saw Safety Refresh

Saws are one of the most common causes of injuries on construction sites. The National Institute of Heath reported over 30,000 table saw injuries in 2019. The medical costs resulting from these injuries were estimated at over $2 billion. Worse still is that many of the injuries to fingers and hands meant construction workers were …

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When Should You Replace Your HVAC Filter?

The standard time frame for changing your air conditioner filter is every 30 days, but is this general rule true for every home? Dirty filters can cause low air flow and poor indoor air quality, so changing your filters every 30 days can prevent some of these problems. The truth is that filters may not …

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Why You Should Upgrade your Front Door

Your front door is your home’s chance to make a great first impression. Grand entrances have curb appeal. So much so that a Zillow report showed that a new black or charcoal front door replacement can earn you as much as a $6,000 bump in sale price. Doors aren’t just about looks though, they need to provide …

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Reduce Runs to the Hardware Store and Save Time and Money

Is everyone sitting around waiting because you ran out of nails? When employees leave the jobsite to pick up materials, you have a double loss with transport costs and time. Studies show that these costs can take up as much as 2-4% of the project’s profits for most small to medium construction companies. But with a better system and planning, you can vastly reduce lumberyard runs and improve your efficiency and your bottom line

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