17 February 2019
Building a dock isn't much different than building a deck, but obviously, there are more things to consider when you are building on water rather than land. Here are five important aspects to think about before you call a dock construction contractor. Choose A Dock Shape A dock that juts out straight into the water and simply ends isn't as stable as one that has appendages. You want your design to be either T or L-shaped, so it is more stable.
1 January 2019
The gutter system you choose for your home is important as it keeps water away from your foundation, as well as other areas of your home. This prevents damage and can save you a lot of money. To help you when purchasing the gutters below are two types you will find on the market as well as benefits of each type. Aluminum Gutters There are many benefits of choosing aluminum gutters, including the following.
25 November 2018
How much time do you spend scraping the ice off of your driveway and sidewalks each year? Wouldn't you love it if you could spend that time snuggled up with a cup of hot cocoa and a good book? Well, you might just be able to free up some of your winter-time – how, you ask? You can transform a sprinkler system into a deicing system for your driveway and sidewalks.
8 October 2018
If you're looking for a way to protect your windows without cumbersome screens, it's time to consider retractable window screens. Like retractable awnings, they're there when you need them, and gone when you don't. Here are four reasons why retractable windows are the best choice for your home. Doesn't Distort Your View If you're tired of having your view distorted by your window screens, you need to have retractable screens installed on your home.
3 September 2018
There are all kinds of construction contractors in this world. You are probably quite familiar with the majority of them. However, you may never have heard of a caulking contractor. There is good reason for that, too. Caulking contractors only do caulk- that is what they do. Not too many homeowners need a lot of caulking about the house, which is why the majority of these contractors only work on new construction, major remodeling projects as subcontractors, and/or home repairs.
20 July 2018
One of the awesome things about being a homeowner is the fact that you get to do whatever you'd like with the property, including installing a fence. However, if you've done any research yet, you know that the process involves a lot more than buying a few pieces of wood and some nails and getting to work. There is some careful planning that must take place first. Before you begin your project, here is some helpful information you want to keep in mind.
2 June 2018
If you have a well on your property, you want to make sure that you take good care of your well so that you are able to continue to enjoy fresh and clean water from your well. 1. Be Careful with Outdoor Materials The first thing that you can do to take care of your well this summer is to be careful regarding the materials that you use outside around your well.
16 April 2018
Buying a home can feel like an all-encompassing process. Between applying for a loan, negotiating with the seller, and coordinating with your lawyer, you may not feel like you have time for anything else. But there is one more item you absolutely must take care of before you agree to buy a home: having the sewer lines inspected. By neglecting to do so now, you may save an hour or two -- but you may pay for it later in the form of sewer backups and water damage.
12 March 2018
If you are thinking about working on a construction project, it would be in your best interest to go about it in a way that is helpful. By giving post frame building construction your consideration and attention, you might find that you are better able to get the help and service that'll make your property better overall. With this in mind, use the suggestions below so that you can know everything you need to learn about post frame building construction.
24 January 2018
Hard water refers to a problem with your home's water supply in which it contains a significant amount of dissolved minerals, most commonly calcium and magnesium. Over time, as hard water passes through your plumbing and faucets, it will leave behind a scaly buildup of these minerals, which is chalky white and can be hard to remove. Water softeners are a particular type of plumbing installation for your home that are designed to remove these dissolved minerals through an electric charge, replacing them with sodium.