Construction Contractors

  • 3 Things To Expect When Working With A Backyard Design Service

    Maybe your backyard has always been a little boring, or perhaps you just want something different. In any case, reaching out to a custom backyard designer to help you come up with a new plan for a backyard design is an excellent idea. If you have only ever tackled making changes to your porch, patio, and landscape on your own, you will be amazed at just how simple it is to work with a true pro throughout the process. [Read More]

  • 3 Signs Your Basement Needs Waterproofing

    Your basement holds a lot of your belongings, most likely including important things such as photo albums, family heirlooms, or maybe multiple rooms filled with furniture and other important items. If your basement were to get water in it, think about what you could lose. How many irreplaceable items would you lose? If your basement has a chance to get water in it, you could set yourself up for a major loss. [Read More]

  • 3 Tips For Buying A Home With A Well For The First Time

    You might know of people who rely on well water for their family's water supply, but you might have never lived in a home that had a well before. Now that you are in the market to purchase a home, however, you might be looking at a home that has a well water system. If this is the case, then you might find the three tips below to be pretty helpful. [Read More]

  • Adding Some Outdoor Living Space With A New Deck

    Adding a deck to your home is an excellent way to expand your living space outside. It offers you the benefit of having a place to spend time with family and friends when the weather is good and can be an excellent addition to a pool area as well.  Designing Your Deck If you are planning a new deck for your home, working with a custom deck contractor is the perfect place to start. [Read More]

  • Commercial Remodeling Guide To Dealing With Hazardous Asbestos That Needs To Be Removed Or Handled Properly

    When you are renovating an older commercial building, asbestos can be a serious problem that you have to deal with. First, you are going to need to have testing done, then decide on what the options are to deal with these materials. Sometimes, you may need to have the materials removed, or you may need to leave them in place and work around them. The following remodeling guide to dealing with hazardous asbestos will help you deal with the commercial asbestos abatement needs of your project: [Read More]

  • 3 Reasons To Consider A Metal Roof

    There are plenty of options on the market to choose from when it comes to residential roofing. If you are considering replacing your roof, it's essential to choose a roofing material that works well for your home's style, and that will also hold up well to the elements. Metal roofing is a fantastic option and is a type of roofing that has gained popularity in recent years. Metal roofs are attractive, durable, and versatile. [Read More]

  • 4 Ways Clients Can Contibute to Home Building Projects

    Building a home, especially if you're preparing for a project for the first time, can feel daunting. Clients of home builders sometimes wonder how they can contribute. Here are four ways you can help your project move forward. Come Armed with Ideas One of the greatest fears of all home builders is that they'll be dealing with a client who will "know when I see it." Let's be blunt: good ideas don't coalesce out of the ether. [Read More]

  • Three Private Well Maintenance Tips

    A properly maintained private well suffers fewer repair problems and provides better quality water than a well that is ignored and in disrepair. The following tips can help you ensure that your well continues to function as it should for many years. 1. Schedule Regular Water Quality Tests Although not typically required for private wells, annual water testing lets you catch potential issues with the well early. A water test can let you know if there are any hazardous chemicals seeping into your water supply, such as from a nearby septic system, so that you can remedy the problem before the water source is irrevocably tainted. [Read More]