How To Start A Metal Building Construction Project Right

28 March 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Many construction projects suffer many challenges, not because of issues arising later, but because of mistakes made right at the beginning. The challenge with mistakes made at the beginning is that their effect may not be felt until it's too late, or they may affect every subsequent step of the project. If you're thinking about getting started on a metal building construction project, it's important to get certain things right at the beginning. Read More 

Basic Maintenance Steps To Keep Your Well System Healthy

8 February 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Having a home that makes use of well water can provide many benefits. Well water is generally much cheaper than city water once the well is in place, and many people find that fresh well water has a subjectively better taste than municipal water supplies. Of course, these advantages don't come without their own costs. Keeping your well in tip-top shape and your well water healthy and safe requires periodic maintenance and inspections. Read More 

Using Mirrors To Spread Natural Light Throughout Your Home

6 January 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you looking for a way to bring some natural light into a space with limited windows? Natural light can make the home look and feel so much warmer and welcoming, but when the number of windows in the home is limited, it can be a difficult task to complete. Here, you'll find a few ideas that can help you accomplish your task. Reflect the Light The little bit of sunlight that does make its way into your home can be reflected and spread throughout the space. Read More 

Why Waterproof Your Crawl Space?

11 November 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your home has a crawl space that you don't often think about. A crawl space is common in older homes and homes that have basements or some other type of sub flooring. Crawl spaces can be used for extra storage if they are free of moisture, or they can be used to house sump pumps, water heaters, and other durable home appliances. Crawl space encapsulation is the construction process that involves making the crawl space area more waterproof. Read More 

Basement And Foundation Waterproofing Tips To Help You Keep Moisture At Bay

4 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, keeping your home maintained and free of damage can be a constant battle, especially with the changing weather patterns and extreme weather events that are affecting different areas of the country. But you can take some extra steps to waterproof your home's foundation and basement, which can be one of the biggest problems that occur to your basement. Here are some tips to help you keep your home basement dry and prevent water intrusion leading to moisture problems. Read More