Important Things To Do When A Pipe Bursts

Do you have a water pipe that froze and then leaked water into your home? Are you wondering how to best handle the small flood that resulted? In order to minimize the damage as much as possible, it's important that you act fast. Once you get the water shut off, here are some steps you need to take as soon as possible. Turn off the electricity: Until you have a professional inspection, it's not possible to determine at a glance whether the water has leaked onto any live electrical circuit. [Read More]

Keep Your Basement Dry And Your Pump In Top Shape - Tips For Sump Pump Maintenance

Gould pumps cover a wide variety of product lines, but perhaps the most familiar to many residential customers is the sump pump. Keeping subterranean areas of your home clean and dry can be a difficult task, and a Gould sump pump rises to the challenge better than any other. Like any pump, however, there are steps you can take to maximize its life span. Below, you'll find a guide to some tips for maintaining your home's sump pump. [Read More]

Three Parking Lot Tips Every Business Owner Should Consider

Presentation isn't just important when it comes to the products and services you offer. It is also important when it comes to the exterior areas of your business. More specifically, your parking lot. Make sure you are taking initiative to keep your parking lot reflecting your business positively. Keep It Clean If your lot is filled with trash, leaves and other organic matter, this won't reflect your business favorably. An unkempt parking lot can quickly make a potential customer assume that the interior spaces of your business are also unkempt and unprofessional. [Read More]

Answering Commonly Asked Garage Door Repair Questions

The garage door is one part of the home that many people have a weak knowledge about, and this can lead to difficulties addressing problems that may arise over the time that you own the garage door. If you have never owned a home with an automatic garage door, having the following two questions answered should give you more of the information you need to understand this part of your home. [Read More]