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Equipped for Success: Essential Tools for Contractors and DIY Homeowners Tackling Spring Projects

Equipped for Success: Essential Tools for Contractors and DIY Homeowners Tackling Spring Projects

As the blossoms start to bloom and the days grow longer, spring emerges as the perfect season to breathe new life into your surroundings. Whether you're a seasoned contractor or a DIY enthusiast, having the right tools at your disposal is crucial for the success of your spring projects. In this blog post, we'll explore a curated list of equipment that can help both contractors and DIY homeowners seamlessly tackle their spring endeavors and bring their visions to life. Powerful Lawn Mower: For both contractors overseeing landscaping projects and DIY homeowners maintaining their lawns, a powerful and efficient lawn mower...

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Tips for Easier DIY When You Work by Yourself

Tips for Easier DIY When You Work by Yourself

For the most part, many home improvement DIY projects can be accomplished solo. For many people, there is a lot of satisfaction and peace of mind from being able to lose yourself in a project; knowing that you did it all by yourself. There are, however, times when you could just use an extra hand. Luckily, we’re here to tell you that it’s possible to have that extra helping hand and still do the project solo. First let’s talk safety. If safety is a factor, there is no shame and looking for help. Some jobs just are too risky to...

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Skid Steer Rentals

Skid Steer Rentals

Skid steer loaders are among the most versatile machines a man can use when trying to complete a variety of work projects such as construction, excavation, and even agriculture.  They are smaller than most heavy machines, but pack a lot of power to help you get your job done. If you didn’t know already, a skid steer is a small, engine powered machine with lift arms used to attach a variety of specialized attachments that can save you time and money.  Chances are you have probably seen one along the highway or at a construction site and just didn’t know...

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Seven Steps to Sanding Your Floors

Seven Steps to Sanding Your Floors

Sanding your floor can be a moderately difficult task but also one that reinvigorates even some of the most weathered floors. Here are the 7 steps you need to take to sand your floors:1) Gather the equipmentFor this particular task you will need some very specific equipment for this task. Renting both a floor sander and an edge sander will come in handy. You will also need sandpaper for both of them in three different ranges – 36 grit, 50-60 grit and 80-100 grit. A scraper will help you get into the corners where neither an edge or floor sander...

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Basement Finishing Tips

Basement Finishing Tips

Generally, the forward thinking concept of building a home in which the owner may someday use the basement as a living space wasn’t widely practiced until the 1950s and 1960s. Older homes had basements which were primarily a place to keep the furnace and other utilities, as well as storing things that can handle the cooler, damp atmosphere. On the plus side, cool basements were excellent for storing canned goods. Nowadays, finished basements are a common and economical way of improving your home. Living space is greatly increased, and the home’s resale value goes up as well. The challenge is...

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