Fix Your Foundation Before It’s Too Late

  • Repairing A Leaking Refrigerator

    14 September 2015

    If you have noticed dripping or puddles of water either inside or on the floor underneath your refrigerator, you will want to be quick at doing repair work so you do not have unnecessary food loss or damage to your flooring. Many leaking problems can be repaired on your own with simple household items and a bit of know-how. Here are some of the main areas to look for the source of a refrigerator leak and some basic guidance in how to repair them.

  • 3 Reasons Why Hiring A Design-Build Team Is A Smart Choice When Building A Home

    26 August 2015

    If you are planning on having your dream home built for you and your family, you might be thinking about hiring an architect to help you come up with your designs. Then, you might assume that you will be able to take these plans to a good contractor to have your home built. Although this might be the traditional way of planning for and building a home, you should know that it's not your only choice.

  • What Every Pool Owner Should Know About High pH Readings In The Water

    19 August 2015

    When it comes to general swimming pool maintenance, one of the things that many homeowners overlook is the importance of monitoring the pH levels regularly. A high pH level in your pool, or water that's too alkaline, may occur for many reasons and may lead to cloudy water that'll leave you uncomfortable if you swim in it. It's important that you adjust a high pH right away. Here's a look at why the pH matters and some common reasons why it can be too high.

  • Garden Overcome With Moisture? Install a Simple French Drain System Around It

    10 August 2015

    If moisture bogs down the soil in your vegetable garden every time you water it or it rains, install a simple French drain system in it. A French drain or trench is used to guide or drain water away from a structure or location, such as your garden. Unless you plan to install a French drain around your entire property, you can do the installation yourself. Here's what you need to do and why.

  • How To Choose The Best Siding For Your Home

    28 July 2015

    If it's time to replace the siding on your old home, you should talk to a siding contractor about all the options available today. If you have a big budget or don't mind materials that need a lot of maintenance, you may want to choose wood, brick, or stone siding. However, if you're like a lot of people and want siding you can install and forget about except for occasional repairs and cleaning, you'll probably choose between aluminum, vinyl, or fiber cement.

  • When Not To Seal Coat Your Pavement

    15 July 2015

    Seal coating asphalt is crucial to keeping it in good condition. Asphalt is naturally porous, so while sealed asphalt is very durable, unsealed asphalt is prone to many kinds of damage. Exposure to ultraviolet light accelerates the aging and cracking of asphalt, and water can infiltrate the surface, freezing and cracking the asphalt from within. Spills of oil or gas can also soak down into unsealed asphalt, reacting with the binder and softening the pavement.

  • The Dos And Don'ts Of Concrete Polishing

    26 June 2015

    If you have interior concrete, whether it be in a garage or commercial space, it's a good idea to polish it for a more appealing look. Concrete polishing can also serve the purpose of a sealant, which will protect your concrete from premature wear and tear. Before you decide to have your concrete polished, there are some things you need to know to make the most of your budget. DO Set Aside Money for Repairs