6 October 2017
Decorating for the holidays is a tradition that many families enjoy doing. If you plan to decorate your yard with bright lights this holiday season, it is important to take the proper steps to ensure that you can do it as safely as possible. The following guide walks you through a few things you need to have done before you start any decorating. Have the Trees Professionally Trimmed Before you start hanging lights on the trees in your yard, you need to have them professionally trimmed.
8 September 2017
Having an asphalt driveway doesn't mean you have to settle for a boring patch of pavement on your property. There are lots of ways you can dress up your asphalt driveway with just a bit of creativity and some help from your contractor. Here are a few ways you can make your driveway look special. Rock Bed Edging It's important to have some type of edging around your asphalt pavement, as it can help prevent weeds and plants from encroaching on the driveway space.
19 July 2017
If your yard isn't fenced or you don't like your dog spending too much time near your gardens unaccompanied, consider turning your porch into a safe outdoor play area that your dog can enjoy when you aren't home or when you don't have time to keep an eye on them outside. Here's how you can make it happen: Enclosing the Porch Space To ensure that your toddler doesn't wander off and to protect the play area from extreme weather elements, start your porch transformation by enclosing the space.
23 February 2017
Hail damage isn't fun, and if you live in an area with a lot of severe weather, you may be wondering if there's anything you can do to reduce roof repair bills over the lifespan of your next roof. One great way to do this is to replace your asphalt shingle roof with a metal roof, which is a more durable and longer-lasting material. Here are three types of metal roofing material that you can choose between if you're looking for a hail-resistant option.
20 January 2017
Cool airflow throughout your home comes through a forced-air system, which comprises the heating and central air unit. In order for your air conditioning unit to function correctly, the HVAC system has to be connected to the blower unit, motor, and the ductwork system. The air conditioner uses these mechanisms to force the hot air out of the home through return-air ducts that are connected to the furnace. Then the unit uses cooling evaporator coils to force cool air to flow through your home.