Three Tools You Need To Make You The Most Popular Contractor After Heavy Snow

In an area that is plagued by heavy snow or snow storms during the winter, many residents may buckle down to try to deal with the weather as best as they can. As a contractor, your work on homes or on construction sites may slow down to a crawl during the winter time. If you want to remain a popular contractor year round, you can begin to down lawn work and clearing work during the winter season. Read More 

Tips For Successfully Installing Modular Buildings On Your Remote Job Site

Whether you are charged with setting up a remote mine site, oil field, or a construction site, the modular buildings you choose to install are central to your successful completion of the project. If you have never chosen modular office buildings for a remote worksite, then there are a few things you need to keep in mind to ensure you get exactly what your project requires. To this end, here are some tips for leasing and installing modular buildings on your remote job site: Read More 

3 Benefits Of Resurfacing Bathtub Vs. Replacing It

If you are looking to make some changes to the bathtub in your home, you might be thinking about doing your research and finding a comparable tub, then replacing it. However, you do have another option that you can talk to a contractor about: resurfacing it instead. Even though this isn't always the right solution, it can work in many cases. These are a few reasons why you might prefer to resurface your bathtub rather than buying a new one. Read More