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Find the Heavy Equipment You Need with the BlueLine Rental App

The BlueLine Rental Mobile App Being a project manager for a construction project can be a stressful job, especially when it comes to tracking down heavy equipment rentals while balancing job-site tasks. BlueLine Rental has acknowledged your need for on-site service with their mobile apps that can be found through the Apple App Store or […]

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Top 3 Easy Exterior Home Improvements That Boost Resale Value

Yes, the condition and amenities on the inside of your home are important when it comes to selling your home, but first impressions count so it’s equally important to make sure the exterior is at its best. Before dropping tens of thousands of dollars to boost your home’s curb appeal, it’s important to know which […]


Construction Spending in the U.S. Up 0.8 Percent in May

And the beat goes on. On the heels of a 2.1 percent increase in April, the U.S. Commerce Department has announced that construction spending in the United States was up another 0.8 percent in May. According to an article in the Associated Press, this latest spike has pushed total activity to the highest point since […]

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Start Your Own Landscaping Business in 3 Simple Steps

So maybe you have a green thumb or perhaps you really know how to work a weedeater and lately you’ve been thinking about starting your own business. One with no office, just sunshine and fresh air. Before walking away from your current job, however, you might want to read the tips below first. Sure, while […]


3 Reasons for Why Your Lawn Tools Need to Be Sharp

With any DIY job you might be doing around the house, you need the right tools. Even more importantly, those tools need to be in tip-top condition. This time of the year, most folks here in the Midwest spend a lot of time outside tending to their yards. Whether it be mowing the lawn or […]

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What to Know Before Renting Heavy Equipment

When it comes to certain pieces of equipment – lawn care, construction, etc. – it often makes sense to rent before you buy. Renting gives homeowners, contractors and other folks a chance to try out the latest and greatest models and all but eliminate any project downtime that can happen when a piece of equipment […]


3 Weeds to Watch Out For and How to Protect Your Lawn

Well, spring is here, which means gardening season (and dealing with nature’s pests) is just a few short weeks away. Before weeds begin taking over your lawn and garden, however, be sure to check out the excerpt from The River City News below to learn how to handle them this spring: 1. Crabgrass Nip crabgrass […]

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Top 3 Home Renovation Projects for the Spring Season

Let’s face it: No one feels like doing much in the winter. The weather is cold, the days are short, and there’s plenty of football to watch on weekends. Once the spring season rolls around, however, those excuses fly out of the window. Right, honey? Sure, there are a million things to do around the […]


Top 5 Home Improvements to Boost Resale Price

With the spring buying season right around the corner, many homeowners looking to sell should consider taking some time over the next several weeks to make their home the best it can be before it hits the market. Rather than spending an arm and a leg to remodel a kitchen or finish a basement, however, it […]

How To Increase Resale Value

Construction Forecast for 2015

Construction Industry Hiring on the Rise

Improved Hiring Numbers For Construction After one of the worst recessions in the history of our country, the immediate future of the construction industry looks promising after recent employment numbers were released by the U.S. Labor Department earlier this month. According to the Labor Department’s report, contractors added 48,000 jobs in December 2014 and 290,000 […]