4 Ways To Reduce Costs When Building Your Dream Home

15 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a home from scratch is one of the best ways to ensure that you get the home of your dreams; however, it can also be a very expensive process. Here are four ways that you can save money on the building and construction costs associated with building your own home. #1 Get Multiple Bids After you have an architect create the plans for your dream home, you are going to need to find a builder who is able to make those plans come true. Read More 

Landscaping 101 For People Looking To Sell Their Home

21 November 2016
 Categories: , Blog

When it comes time to sell your home, most homeowners spend a lot of time focused on improving the interior. They may refinish the floors, redo the kitchen appliances, and paint all the walls. However, it's just as important to make sure your property looks nice. If people show up to look at your home and see a patchy, brown lawn or trees with dead limbs, and an overall unappealing area, then you might foul the sale. Read More 

FAQ About Frozen Plumbing Pipes

31 October 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you believe that your plumbing pipes are frozen because water is only trickling out of faucets? If your pipes are actually frozen, you should consider it a serious situation because extensive damage can occur if prompt unthawing isn't done. There are plumbers who are able to come to your rescue on an emergency basis at any time of the day or night. Take a look at this article to learn more about the dangers of frozen pipes and how a plumber can help. Read More 

Should You Bother With A Maintenance Contract For Your Security Fence And Gate? Here Are Two Good Reasons

14 October 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Security fences aren't cheap—but adding automation to the gates is an additional cost that many people find worthwhile, even though it can add $1,400-$3,200 to the overall cost. It makes sense, then, to make sure that you get the maintenance you need in order to keep everything in operation, especially if you have any additional safety features installed. This is why you want to go ahead and take that maintenance contract for regular service instead of waiting until something breaks down to call for repairs. Read More 

Remove The Dark, Flaking Paint On Your Clapboard Cottage In Preperation For A Brighter, Lighter Coat

27 September 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've just purchased an old cottage in the country, then you might be tempted to give it a fresh coat of paint. Perhaps you're imagining a bright blue or nice white paint instead of the dark color that is currently on the cottage. Here's how to strip off that old dark colored paint in preparation for a fresh, bright new color. Why You Need To Remove The Paint There are two reasons why you don't want to just paint over the current paint. Read More