3 Alternatives To Lay Over Your Asphalt Shingles And Reduce Reroofing Costs

Asphalt shingles are an affordable roofing solution that is commonly used on homes but they are not the most durable materials. Eventually, you will need to have old shingles torn off and replaced, which can be a costly process. To reduce the cost of reroofing your home, you may want to consider laying a new roof over existing shingles. This can be done with alternative materials, such as composites or metal roofing panels. [Read More]

Using Environmentally Friendly Practices Around Your Golf Course

If you manage a golf course, you know the importance in keep your grounds trimmed for the players who use it to play their games. If you are environmentally conscious, you can take some steps in the way you maintain your golf course to help leave less of a carbon footprint in the process. Here are some "green" practices you can use when doing routine landscaping to your golf course, helping to keep the earth cleaner as a result. [Read More]

Can You Make Money By Fabricating Custom Tube Fenders?

If you spend much of your free time working to make your off-road vehicle more rugged for the trail, you may have already invested some money (and sweat) into custom tube fenders. Not only can these fenders help protect your vehicle (and your own life) upon contact with potential hazards, they'll provide the lower clearance needed to help upgrade your tire size without investing in a body lift. In some cases, friends and fellow off-road enthusiasts may have enlisted you to help with their own fender projects -- leading you to wonder whether fabricating these fenders could morph from a hobby into a profitable venture. [Read More]

How To Increase Your Home's Resale Value On A Budget

Many people try to improve their home's value with home improvement projects whether or not they're thinking about selling their home in the near future. The truth is that most projects end up costing more than the financial value that they add. However, if you're planning on selling your home and want to boost its value, there are a few lower cost projects you can take on that do generally leave you coming out ahead. [Read More]