According to the National Fire Protection Association, during the winter months increased risk of fire is contributed to heating, holiday decorations, winter storms, and candles. NFPA and the U.S. Fire Administration have teamed up to help reduce your risk to winter fires and other hazards, including carbon monoxide and electrical fires. Read more …
Videos (Posted )
Our family business started rather modestly in 1900 in Youngstown, Ohio, but because of our dedicated employees who strive to always exceed customer expectations and our ongoing business objective of staying ahead of the technology curve, we’ve not only thrived all these years, but we’ve grown to the point of having 66 service centers and more than 500 employees throughout the United States.
Let’s talk about why you still have damaged concrete on your property. (1) It’s too expensive to tear out and re-pour concrete. (2) You can’t afford the loss of revenue resulting from downtime needed to replace concrete. (3) What difference is it really going to make? Is a cosmetic fix worth the trouble? Do any of these reasons sound familiar?