Major Trouble: Two Damaging Plumbing Problems

12 December 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Plumbing problems come in several varieties, and some of them can be dealt with quickly and easily. Leaky faucets can be addressed by almost any homeowner with a wrench in their toolbox. Then there are the below problems. These two plumbing issues might mean severe damage to your walls, floors, ceilings, and more. Read on to learn more about dealing with these two major plumbing problems. Tree Roots vs. the Lateral Pipe Read More 

Why Inspections Are A Good Thing During The Home Building Process

2 November 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are a contractor, one thing that you might dread dealing with when working on homes for your customers is the inspection process. During the construction of many homes, there might be multiple different inspections. This can all seem like a real drag when it's getting in the way of you getting your job done, but home inspections are actually very important. These are a couple of reasons why the aggravation of various home inspections during the home building process are so important. Read More 

Clean Out Your Office By Renting A Dumpster For A Few Days

19 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

While working in your office, you will need to upgrade components over time. Also, you may need to shop for new furniture to fit with the new demands for your office. This may be difficult to do when you do not have an easy and reliable way to remove things from inside the office. An excellent way to clean out your office and make room for new additions is by renting a dumpster. Read More 

The Best Waterproofing Materials

6 August 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Water in the wrong places will cause dampness and mold growth, damage your walls and ceiling, and threaten the very foundation of your building. You want to do everything to waterproof your home. Choosing the right waterproofing materials is key to ensuring a successful job. Here are some waterproofing materials for different sections of your home. Interior Walls Silicate-based concrete sealer is used on unpainted walls. It penetrates the surface of the wall and reacts with the elements in the concrete to form a hard waterproof surface that will not peel off or flake. Read More 

A Dock Adds More Fun To Your Lakefront Home

26 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home is on a lake or large pond, you'll get more enjoyment out of the water view if you have a dock installed. A stationary dock can be used as a boat dock, swimming platform, or just a place to relax in the sun and admire the view. Here's a look at the process of having a dock built: Determine The Perfect Size You don't want a dock that's too small. Read More