3 Ways Low-budget Slasher Film Productions Can Utilize Salvage Yards

Posted on: 24 May 2016

Creating a low-budget slasher film is a great way to bring creative ideas to life and showcase your potential as a director. Staying within budget is often crucial for these productions, so it's important to plan as much as you can ahead of time. When going through the screenplay and figuring out the breakdown of different scenes, you may find a lot of benefits by visiting a scrapyard first. There are three different ways a scrapyard can help you plan your production and give you a lot of low budget options. [Read More]

Getting the Most Out of Junk Cars: 3 Valuable Parts You Can Resell

Posted on: 19 May 2016

America's love affair with cars is still at an all-time high, with the average American household owning 2.28 vehicles in 2008. If you have any spare junk cars sitting around on your property, it may be time to cash in on them before they start to rust over. You can easily sell your junk cars for money; however, if you want to get the most out of a junk car, you might want to consider stripping your car bare for parts first. [Read More]

Can Your Garage Door Weather The Storm?

Posted on: 21 April 2016

Strong winds can make short work of any structure or barrier, but few are more vulnerable than the garage door. A typical garage door can easily be torn out or blown in by high winds, leaving your garage open to the wind and rain during a severe storm. To prevent this from happening, you'll want to make sure your garage door is strong enough to withstand a high-wind weather event. [Read More]

How To Keep Your Diesel Fuel Filter From Clogging

Posted on: 11 December 2015

If you have a work truck or a specialized vehicle that runs on diesel fuel, then you may find yourself with some fuel filter issues at some point. Diesel fuel filters help to remove dirt and other foreign debris from the fuel before it is burned to create power for the vehicle. Fuel filters need to be changed on occasion, and experts indicate that a replacement should be completed every two years or after you drive about 24,000 miles. [Read More]