Condemned Houses And Plumbing: Where Do The Pipes Go?

5 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Here is a little quandary for you: where does the plumbing in condemned houses go when the houses are torn down? What happens after all the rubble is hauled off and the lot has been filled in? What happens when a new home is built on that lot? Let's trace the line of pipes to their origins to answer these questions. A Plumber Disconnects the Plumbing in the House A plumber is hired to enter a condemned house. Read More 

Suffering From A Commercial Flood? 4 Things To Do To Repair The Damage And Get Back To Work

23 December 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've had a flood go through your commercial building, the first thing you need to do is get everyone out. Buildings can become extremely unstable following a flood. Once you're out, you'll need to take specific steps to get things back under control. Here are the most important steps you can take following a commercial flood. Don't Re-Enter the Building Once you've gotten everyone out of the building, it's important that you avoid going back inside. Read More 

Maintenance Needs Of A Swimming Pool

19 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you proud that the house you purchased came with a swimming pool for your family to enjoy? Does cleaning the pool need to be done because it was dirty when you purchased the house? If the pool is dirty, there might be other problems that you should be concerned about as well. Contact a contractor to inspect the swimming pool and repair any problems that he or she finds. Take a look at the content of this article to find out about a few of the maintenance services that your pool might need to be done by a professional contractor: Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Replacing Windows

16 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to window replacement, there are plenty of advantages. New windows are a great way to improve a home's curb appeal and can even help raise the value of the home. New windows are also more energy efficient than most older windows. In some cases this can mean significant energy savings over the course of the year. Replacing the home's windows can also help increase the home's security and make it less likely to be burglarized. Read More 

Four Common Causes Of Condensation Problems On Ductwork

13 September 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Having condensation on your ductwork is a serious problem. For example, the condensation can compress your attic insulation and make it less inefficient. It can also damage your ceiling and encourage mold growth, which is a serious health hazard. As usual with most problems, you need to know what causes condensation to help you prevent it. Here are four common causes of condensation: AC Fan Malfunction          The air conditioner's fans are supposed to cool the air so that it's roughly at the same temperature as the ductwork. Read More