A Welder in the Office

A Welder in the Office

  • How To Install A Culvert Under A Dirt Cottage Road

    Autumn is the time to get your cottage ready for the winter season, but you should also spend some time getting your cottage road ready for spring. If floods from springtime snow melts and rain make your cottage road unusable, you should put culverts underneath to road. Culverts redirects the water to go under the road so you can get to your cottage in the spring. Installing a culvert is easier than you might think, and with a little help, you can install a culvert pipe under a typical dirt cottage road in an afternoon.

  • Four Tips To Help You Deal With A Failing Septic Drain Field Line

    If your home relies on a septic system for waste treatment, the drain field is an important component of the system. This is where the affluent drains from the tank and filters through the soil. If you have an older system, a failing drain field can lead to problems with the tank and plumbing in your home. Here are some tips to help you deal with a failing septic drain field to prevent series plumbing problems:

  • How To Close Your Above-Ground Pool For The Fall and Winter Seasons

    It's that time of year when the leaves are beginning to change color and fall to the ground. That means it's also the end of swimming pool season and time to close it up for winter. Closing your pool doesn't have to be intimidating. It can be done with just a handful of tools and a couple of extra hands. See below for tips on how to close your above-ground pool.

  • 4 Reasons Why You May Need New Windows

    Your windows perform more functions than simply providing a view. They must also provide security from intruders, protection against the elements, and add to the attractive veneer that is the exterior of your home. Determining when it's time to consider replacement windows can be difficult, but the following guide can help. #1: Check the Frames Frame damage can make your windows useless when it comes to security and insulation. Splintered, cracked, or rotting wooden frames are both unattractive and a safety hazard, since the wood can give out and drop the glass.

  • How To Mitigate The Effect On Your Pets Due To A Flood

    It's obviously important to worry about the effects of flooding on your house and the people living there, but one thing people can sometimes forget is the effect on your pets. Here are a few ways to mitigate potential damage to pets due to a flood disaster. Before the Flood As soon as you're given a flood warning, it's a good idea to find all small pets that are currently outside and bring them in.

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    About Me
    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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