Baton Rouge

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Denham Springs

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Baton Rouge

(225) 926-2031

Denham Springs

(225) 664-4126

Contractor Tips

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Save Money with Trained Operators

Broken equipment and injured operators can run up hefty fees for repairs, medical bills, and even litigation. In seeking ways to control company costs, work on training and empowering employees with the right skills for the job. This process will not only make their jobs easier and maintain your company reputation, but it will provide additional benefits to you and your company also. ...
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Construction Insurance Coverage

A new year provides a good time to check out your insurance coverage and make sure everything is in order. Depending on your workers and the type of work being done, your insurance may need to be enhanced. Take some time to identify the risks associated with the project and make sure that the policy terms and limits are adequate to cover any potential losses. ...
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Eco-Friendly Resources

Eco-Friendly Building Resources

Often criticized for their harsh impact on resources and environments, the construction industry is moving toward the use of eco-friendly materials. Materials that are locally available provide a source of sustainability for some projects. Other materials require thought regarding the climate where they are used, so as to limit the degradation and replacement of the materials....
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Outdoor Winter Tips

Bundle up and head out the door. As cold weather rolls in, it’s time to check some trouble spots around the exterior of your house. ...
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Recycling Construction Materials

People embrace recycling in various ways whether it includes drink cans, newspapers, or even building materials. Your construction project – remodel or new build – will certainly generate some scraps. Consider reusing or recycling those materials to lower your impact on landfills and maybe increase some change in your pocket....
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Cleaning Blades

Have you ever shaved with a dirty razor blade? You can get the job done, but often, you are left with rougher cuts and the occasional bloodshed. So it is with your saw blade. Cleaning your blades or router bits will decrease the strain placed on the motor of the equipment and provide you with a quicker, cleaner cut. Let’s look at some cleaning options and what to avoid....
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