4 Tips To Keep Your AC Unit Safe During Summer Lawn Care

Posted on: 24 May 2016

With summer approaching, homeowners everywhere will be pulling out their lawn mowers and weed whackers to begin the process of tidying up their lawns. Before you bust out your yard tools, however, you should know that working on your yard could have devastating effects on your air conditioner's outside condenser unit. Read on for 4 tips on how to beautify your lawn without putting your air conditioner at risk. 1. Mow With Discharge Facing Away From AC Unit [Read More]

4 Ways To Get Into Your Home When You're Locked Out

Posted on: 2 December 2015

When it comes to encountering things that are frustrating, few things are quite as annoying as being locked out of your own home. Luckily, if you are ever locked out of your own home, there are many ways that you can get back inside. Some of them are a bit obvious, while others are a bit more obscure. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn about 4 ways to get into your home when you're locked out. [Read More]

Poly, Vinyl Or Canvas: Which Tarp Should You Choose?

Posted on: 29 September 2015

When it comes to hauling around dirt, mulch and a wide variety of other loads, it usually pays to cover it with a high-quality pickup truck tarp. The hard part is finding a tarp that's not only right for your pickup truck, but also the load you're hauling. Most of the pickup truck tarps you'll see for sale are made out of polyethylene, vinyl mesh or duck canvas. The following takes a look at each material's advantages and disadvantages, so you can decide which tarp type works best for your needs. [Read More]

How To Construct A Durable Concrete Pad For Your Household Waste Container

Posted on: 28 August 2015

Many homeowners keep their waste containers outside their homes, but this can cause problems in some instances. For example, household garbage containers can be difficult to move around, particularly if they large, and placing containers in the grass or on dirt can make maneuvering them even harder. In addition, heavy containers can damage landscaping and even cause depressions in the soil that lead to flooding. Not everyone has a garage or wants to keep their waste containers on their driveway, so a good alternative is to construct a dedicated waste container pad so it's easier for you and your waste removal company, like Progressive Waste Solutions of FL Inc. [Read More]