Maintenance & Repair

ALLDATA (can only be accessed from inside the library)
This is an automotive resource database that the library subscribes to.  In ALLDATA you can find information to perform repairs, schematics of different automotive systems, as well as cost data associated with having the repairs done by a shop.

Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC)
Access ARRC from outside the library (library card required)
The ARRC database contains the most comprehensive collection of automobile repair reference information in the market. ARRC contains information on most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles.

The database covers more than 37,000 vehicles from 1945 to present. Content includes millions of drawings and step-by-step photographs, approximately 110,000 technical service bulletins and recalls issued by the original equipment vehicle manufacturer, over 180,000 enhanced wiring diagrams for easy viewing and printing, specifications and maintenance schedules, a labor time guide and estimator, AutoIQ, Quick Tips (a complete guide to vehicle ownership and maintenance), diagnostic information, and much more. New repair procedures, TSBs, and updates are continually added to the product. All of the content in Auto Repair Reference Center has been created by ASE-certified technicians.

Kelly Blue Book Values
Find new and used price values for cars and trucks.

Montana Building Code
Find building code, permits, and licensing information

NADA Auto Values
Find new and used car, truck, motorcycle, boat, RV, and manufactured home values.

Research bathrooms, kitchens, roofing, and more! ReferWork offers free articles and advice on home repair, maintenance, and remodeling.

Small Engine Repair
Access Small Engine Repair from outside the library (library card required)
The Montana Library Network provides us with access to the Small Engine Repair Reference Center which provides information for repairs, cost data, recalls, and maintenance.

This Old House
View a wealth of remodeling and home improvement ideas. Stop by the library to read the current This Old House magazine or check out back issues.

U.S. Green Building Council
This is a nonprofit community working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation. This group developed the LEED building rating system.