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Information On Industrial Coatings

When you own a company that counts on large machinery, it's crucial for you to have a clear vision of what it takes to treat your machinery well. If you neglect your machinery, then it is going to show it at some point by developing issues you will eventually need to deal with. One of the preventative measures you may want to take to protect your machinery, as well as to keep it looking good is to have an industrial coating applied to it. Read More 

How Can You Keep Up Your Landscape All Year Round

If you struggle to water and maintain your landscape throughout the year, you may look for an easier way to take care of your grass and plants. If you don't keep your landscaping plants healthy, they can die before their time. There are some things you can do to ease the burdens of caring for your landscape, including these below.  Downsize Your Landscape If your landscape is too large or extensive to maintain on your own, you may wish to downgrade to a smaller one. Read More 

Three Myths Abuout Septic Tanks And The Problems The Can Experience

Problems with your home's septic tank can be a major issue. When this problem arises, you will find that life in your home can experience major disruptions and the house may suffer some damage. In order to protect your property from these issues, you will want to work to improve and enhance your understanding about the septic system. How Can You Stop Your Septic Tank From Becoming Clogged? Clogs are easily among the most common issues that a home's septic system can experience. Read More 

4 Things Often Overlooked When Building A Custom Home

Building your own home is extremely exciting and, often times, this excitement leads to the strong possibility of missing out on certain aspects of the custom home that weren't considered. Here are four things that are often overlooked: The Future: Strongly considering your future is important when building your custom built home, especially if you plan on making it your forever home. However, even if you plan on selling, you need to consider how your home design is going to impact the resale value in the future. Read More 

Living In A Flood Zone? Consider Elevating Your Home

Water patterns and flooding patterns change over the years as cities are remodeled and natural landscapes change. Your home may not have been in a flood zone when it was built, but that does not mean it's not in a flood zone today. If you have noticed water beginning to seep in or pool around your home, you might be prone to flooding if a heavy rain comes or a nearby body of water overflows. Read More 

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Dump Trucks, Bulldozers and Cranes, Oh My!

Welcome to my blog. I'm Kara Montgomery. My entire life, I have had an obsession with construction. When I was a little girl, I had a whole set of construction equipment toys I'd play with. As I got older, I read so many books on construction. Even though I didn't follow construction as a career path, this has continued to be something I'm interested in and I thought it'd be fun to create a little blog that covers various construction topics. There is really no specific construction topic this blog will cover, so anyone who has an interest in the construction industry will find something of use.

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Information On Industrial Coatings
27 June 2018

When you own a company that counts on large machin

How Can You Keep Up Your Landscape All Year Round
15 May 2018

If you struggle to water and maintain your landsca

Three Myths Abuout Septic Tanks And The Problems The Can Experience
2 April 2018

Problems with your home's septic tank can be a maj

4 Things Often Overlooked When Building A Custom Home
16 February 2018

Building your own home is extremely exciting and,

Living In A Flood Zone? Consider Elevating Your Home
8 January 2018

Water patterns and flooding patterns change over t