Top Reasons Your Young Roof May Have A Leak

31 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you own your own home? Is your roof starting to leak, even though it's only a few years old? If you have a relatively young roof, chances are good that you probably don't need a whole new one so soon. Instead, it's likely just a relatively minor issue that can be repaired quickly and easily by a professional. Here are some of the most common reasons you might have a leaking roof: Read More 

Beauty And Your Septic System: Away With The Scrub After You Scrub Away

14 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are having a septic system installed on your property, take a very good look at the beauty routines that go on in your house, be they yours or a family member's. Many homemade treatments include oils, such as olive oil, and if those are constantly washed off and down a drain, you could be looking at some major clog issues. The situation is a little worse for septic tanks because the materials can also take up space in the tank. Read More 

2 Types of Cranes Often Used in Rescue Work

24 November 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Cranes are often used to aid rescue workers when dealing with a collapsed building. These large pieces of machinery can come in and do what rescuers cannot do on their own. They can lift steel beams and get deep into the rubble to help save lives and prevent more damage from occurring. To help you better understand the two main types of cranes used to help rescue workers, continue reading below. Read More 

3 Ways Residential Architects Are Able To Design Smaller Homes That Developers Won’t Build

6 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Millennials who want to live in smaller homes soon discover that there is a shortage of available properties. Developers have been focusing on building huge, upscale mansions and neglecting the starter home market, making it difficult for millennials to locate homes in their price range. To have the more modest and stylish homes of their dreams, many people are hiring residential architects to design those residences that the new housing market neglects to offer. Read More 

3 Things To Check Before Installing A New Fence

20 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Installing a new fence seems like it should be an easy and straightforward task. However, this is not always the case. There are quite a few obstacles that may pop up. These common obstacles can delay a fence installation or even prevent it altogether. Before a new fence installation there are three things that homeowners should take into consideration. The Weather One of the biggest sources of delay during a fence installation is the weather. Read More