Repairing and Restoring Items Around Your Home

Why Does Ice Form Inside Your Fridge?

While you expect your fridge to keep its contents cold, you don't expect to see ice forming on the appliance's inside walls. While a little water or even an occasional thin film of ice might not be a problem, larger ice deposits and spots of freezing on your food are more concerning. Why is your fridge icing up, and what can you do about it? Your Temperature Setting Needs Adjusting   Read More...

The Essential Service You Need Before Committing To Buy Any Older Building

If you are in the market for a home or business property, there are a lot of factors that go into your choice. The proximity of the building to essential services, the size and layout of the property and the general condition that the building is in. What you might not consider is safety. That might seem like a strange factor to consider, as aren't all buildings subject to the same safety standard?   Read More...

Steps To Follow When Dealing With Plaster Ceiling Repairs

Plaster repair is a task that a competent DIYer can handle. It is important to treat plaster finishes on the ceiling with care. Old plasters offer flexibility and quality texture. Therefore, it is crucial to maintain these qualities during your home renovation. If you are looking to repair your plaster ceilings, take the time to learn the right procedures to follow. Analyse the Ceiling Once you repair the cause of the ceiling damage, analyse how far the plaster has pulled away.   Read More...

Is Your Forklift Sick? 3 Ways to Know It Needs Professional Repairs Right Now

Forklifts are 'workhorses' that aren't just durable and well-built, but also can work in any environment, including the rocky, muddy or marshy places. But if you ignore professional maintenance, servicing and timely repairs, the forklift won't be fit for any construction project. If forklifts are inspected and serviced regularly, they won't have to be repaired frequently. However, you shouldn't delay any repairs, including minor ones, since you might have to replace some parts later, and this could be more expensive for you.   Read More...

Why Pontoons Are So Much Easier To Maintain Than Fixed Structure Jetties And Docks

In boating and marine culture, there are two main types of ways that people access the water: via fixed and non-fixed structures. The differences between the two are almost self-explanatory, as the fixed structures use permanent foundations and are connected to the river or ocean bed all the way out. On the other hand, non-fixed structures are generally connected to the shore but float on top of the body of water's surface, therefore requiring fewer anchors.   Read More...