A Welder in the Office

A Welder in the Office

  • Why You May Want To Pay For Crane Services

    Instead of renting and operating a crane on your own for a job that needs to be done, you may want to consider the option of paying for someone to provide this service for you. Understanding the many benefits of this will help you see the value in this decision. No Wasted Time Training Whether you would have to train someone from scratch or simply refresh your own memory on how to properly operate a crane, it can take up a lot of time.

  • 3 Reasons To Build A Smaller Custom Home

    If you are in the process of building a custom home, you might be excited about building a big, nice house. However, you might want to consider going a bit smaller with your square footage. These are a few reasons to consider building a smaller custom home rather than focusing on more square footage. 1. Save Your Budget for Upgrades First of all, by reducing your square footage, you can save some of your budget for other upgrades.

  • How Sealcoating Protects Your Pavement From Damage

    Sealcoating is a type of preventive maintenance that experts recommend you perform on your driveway or parking lot every so often. You can either have a professional do it or buy the equipment and do it yourself. It's a rather messy job and requires you to keep vehicles off the surface for a while after coating, but it's a necessary step to keep your pavement weather-safe and prevent rapid deterioration. Here are some of the basics of how this works.

  • 3 Tips for Taking Care of Your New or Old Rain Gutters

    Your rain gutters require help from you to stay in good condition. Many people make the mistake of neglecting their gutters until they require repair or outright replacement. Here are some of the things you need to stay aware of if you want your gutters to work for you for a long time to come. 1. You Have to Do More Than Remove Leaves from Your Rain Gutters Most people understand that, at the very least, gutters should remain free of leaves and other debris.

  • 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.

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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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