Benefits of Epoxy Floor Paint

A quick note here. I wanted to let you know about how great epoxy floor paint is if you want to cover the concrete floors of your home. Some people want to be able to pull the carpet up in their bedroom and apply paint but are unsure on which one to use.

There are a few different ones to choose from and there are a lot of options to think about. If you are someone who is not very savvy when it comes to painting or which ones to use, then here are a few benefits that you will be interested in learning about this type of paint.

Something that everyone who uses this type of paint will be able to enjoy is the price that it sells for. You will be able to find this type of paint for a lower price than many of the other types of paints that can be used, so that means you will be able to keep more of your money in your pocket.

Another benefit that you will be able to receive when using this type of paint is the durability that it provides. This is one of the most durable types of paints to use on concrete floors, and its long-lasting effects will ensure that you do not have to constantly do a touch up job to keep it looking good.

There are a lot of other benefits that concrete epoxy floor paint will provide you with if you use it to paint your concrete floors.

No matter which room of your home you are going to be painting, make sure to check out this type of paint and find out all of the benefits that it provides. You will be able to save money while using a durable paint that will give you some great results.

Check out the video to see how good it is:

Originally posted 2016-09-26 13:47:37.


Carbon Monoxide Risks and Symptoms

You can’t smell it, see it or taste it, but it could be with you right now!

To reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, have your heating equipment “tuned up” each year, preferably before the heating season begins. Your local gas or electricty company has highly trained professionals who can provide this service. The service technician should also check your chimney and vent pipes for blockage.

It is also a good idea to make sure your home is adequately ventilated, particularly if you have added insulation to your home, had major renovations done or have enclosed your heating system to increase living space.

The symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are often confused with those of influenza, and the highest incidence of poisoning occurs during the flu season. Symptoms include headaches, dizziness, nausea, unclear thinking, shortness of breath, weakness, vision problems and loss of muscle control.

Here are a few basic steps you can take if you come across someone you suspect has CO poisoning.

Move the affected person to fresh air. Administer oxygen if available. Contact medical help. If the person is not breathing, perform artificial respiration as taught in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training until medical help arrives. Ventilate the area. Investigate the source of carbon monoxide and make repairs.

Finally install a carbon monoxide detector to warn of harmful gases that may be entering your home because of a blocked or damaged chimney or faulty heating system.

Originally posted 2016-04-12 12:28:09.