How To Protect The Finish Of Granite Countertops

Posted on: 25 August 2015

Granite countertops are beautiful and durable. This low maintenance countertop is perfect for today's busy families. Granite provides diamond-like hardness, has the ability to resist most stains and improves the look of the kitchen. However, preventive care must be exercised to keep your countertops looking amazing.  Things to Avoid Although granite countertops are durable, they should never be sat on or stood on. Placing too much weight on the countertop can cause cracks to form. [Read More]

Pump Service - Keeping You Going With The Flow

Posted on: 31 July 2015

There are countless applications in their daily lives where people depend on a pump of some kind. The one thing all of these applications share is the need to move a fluid from one place to another. Whether this is moving gasoline from a fuel tank to an engine or moving water from a pool to a filter and back again a pump of some kind makes this movement possible. [Read More]

Three Awesome Outdoor Lighting Ideas For Your Next Summer Party

Posted on: 14 July 2015

Whether you're hosting a birthday or a Midsummer Night's Dream party, setting the mood with outdoor lighting is a crucial part of putting on a successful event. Staging a party under harsh patio or backyard lights can grill your guests faster than your stuff will be finished on the barbeque. So if you want an unforgettable event that's both stylish and fun, consider three awesome outdoor lighting ideas you can easily create for your next summer party. [Read More]

Best Vines To Grow On Your Pergola

Posted on: 19 June 2015

Pergolas are at their most beautiful and functional when providing a structure for a vining plant. Once covered with a vines, your pergola will provide a cool shady spot for your guests and family to sit and enjoy the great outdoors. When choosing a vine to grow on your pergola, it's best to pick a plant that will best suit the characteristics of your pergola.  Pergolas Placed in Shade It can be hard to find shade-tolerant vining plants. [Read More]