Are You Going Out Of Town This Holiday Season? How To Decrease The Chances Of Your Pipes Freezing

1 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you live in a part of the country where temperatures routinely dip below the freezing mark, frozen pipes are something that you have to be concerned with. However, if you regularly use water in your home, the water in the pipes is constantly moving, drastically reducing the chances of your pipes freezing. But when you go on vacation, the odds of your pipes freezing drastically increases, as water is just left sitting in the pipes and is no longer moving. Read More 

Three Reasons Why You May Need To Replace Your Roof Trusses

1 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you are having your roof replaced, the process typically involves replacing the exterior layer of your roof, such as the shingles, tiles or shakes. However, in some cases, a roofing contractor may recommended stripping the entire roof away and replacing the trusses and decking as well. This can be both costly and time consuming, so you may find yourself wondering if this is something that you need to do. Here are three reasons why you may need to replace your roof trusses. Read More 

Improve Your Home With Crawl Space Encapsulation

16 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your house isn't just yours to live in; it's also yours to take care of. As a result, you should continuously look for ways to make improvements. One improvement that you may have overlooked is crawl space encapsulation. As somewhat of a closing of your crawl space, an encapsulation installation can help you improve your home and experience several other benefits.  Comfort The crawl space is an environment that is without climate control. Read More 

Vinyl Decks: Style And Function

6 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Adding a deck to your home can enable you to enjoy good weather more fruitfully. Tasty barbecues and lunch under the summer sun are all nice when the weather is pleasant. If you do decide to add a deck to your home, you don't want to add something that is going to be a bunch of work to take care of. That is, you don't want to turn your deck into a project that needs constant maintenance. Read More 

It’s An Uphill Battle: How To Reduce Soil Erosion On The Hills In Your Yard

23 July 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've got some steep hills in your yard, you've got to be concerned about soil erosion. Seasonal rain storms can wash the soil off the hills and into your home if you're not careful. Not only that, but the ground erosion can also ruin other areas of your landscaping. Luckily, working with a landscape contractor can help reduce the threat of soil erosion. When planning the landscaping for the hilly portions of your yard, here are four design elements you should consider. Read More