A Welder in the Office

A Welder in the Office

  • Have An Unused Well On Your Property You'd Like To Put Back Into Service? Where Should You Start?

    Whether you've recently purchased a property with an old, unused well or have discovered such a well on land you've owned for years, you may be wondering whether it's worthwhile (or even possible) to put this well back into service. Fortunately, in many cases, revitalizing an old well is relatively simple and can provide you with a backup or even primary source of fresh, clean water. Read on to learn more about the steps you'll need to take to determine whether it's viable to return your well to service and what you'll need to do to get started.

  • 3 Tips To Protect Your Asphalt Paving In Winter

    Proper asphalt maintenance can help preserve your driveways and pavements all year, saving you money on constant repairs and ensuring your paved surfaces remain safe for use by both vehicles and pedestrians. Typically, cold weather can be particularly devastating to asphalt paving, as snow and ice can cause water seepage that could damage the foundation or expand cracks. To ensure your asphalt paving emerges undamaged from the next winter, here are a few preventative measures you can take.

  • A Horse, Er, HOUSE of a Different Color: Things You Should Seriously Consider Before Painting Your House

    Everyone has seen this at one time or another: a house painted in the weirdest color ever. When you drive by it, it makes your head swivel and do a double-take. What compels people to paint their homes' exteriors bright lime green or pale fuschia? The house certainly did not come with siding that color, and the homeowners could have easily changed it before painting the entire house that color. This is certainly one thing to keep in mind when you decide to hire some house painters to paint your home, but here are a few other things to seriously consider before painting your house.

  • Remove Signs Of Damage From An Iron Gate's Surface And Repaint And Protect It

    If you recently purchased a business that has an iron gate leading to the property and that has paint chipping from its surface and small, visible rust spots, remove the signs of damage by completing the following project. Once you have finished, customize the gate by painting it to match your business's exterior. Afterwards, apply a coat of rust-inhibiting sealer so that the gate's surface remains damage free. Materials stiff-bristled scrub brush hand sander sandpaper sponge water hose bucket of soapy water towel tarps painter's tape exterior paint paint sprayer rust-inhibiting sealer Remove Flaking Paint and Rust and Clean the Gate's Surface

  • 5 Tips For Keeping Your Air Conditioning Costs Down

    When it is the middle of the summer and the temperatures are scorching hot, you just want to run your air conditioner all day. That can get expensive though. Before you know it, your energy bill can cost hundreds of dollars a month. However, if you make some changes, you can save money on cooling costs. Here are five helpful tips for keeping your air conditioning costs down: Do not Use Your Oven

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    A Welder in the Office

    Hi, I'm Caroline. Welding has always been really fascinating to me. One day, when I was at work in my office, we had a leaky pipe in the ceiling. After calling a plumber, he called a welder who came to repair the large, open pipe. As we were all sitting there trying to work, the welder just came in and started repairing the pipe! I had never worked on a construction site before, and I probably never will. But I started thinking about what it would actually be like to work on a construction site, which led to me exploring construction themes and writing this blog!

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