The Causes Of Basement Water Leaks

14 January 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You might love having a basement, but one thing you might not have planned for is the vulnerability of your basement to water leaks. When you have an ideal set up, loose soil around your home allows any water to flow away from the foundation and basement of your home. Unfortunately, soil can shift and allow water to leak into your basement. Want to learn more about the causes of leaks in your basement? Read More 

Skip The Boring Gray Concrete Patio And Opt For Some Color

3 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you hate plain, gray concrete but are concerned that adding color will result in a chipped and faded patio a few years down the road? If so, then worry no more! Decorative concrete options are quite extensive, and most are durable and require little to no maintenance. The following guide can help you pick out some good decorative options for your patio. Skip the paint Once upon a time, if you wanted something other than plain concrete on your patio, your only option was to use an outdoor paint. Read More 

This Isn’t Going To Work: How To Find The Cause Of The Low Water Pressure In Your Home

9 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Low water pressure in your home can be downright annoying. There's nothing worse than trying to wash dishes without sufficient water pressure, or finding that you need to flush the toilet several times just to get everything to go down the drain. If you've got low water pressure, you've got to act fast to clear up the problem. Here are several steps you should take to get the pressure back. Read More 

Comparing Granite And Quartz Countertops

26 July 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Natural stone countertops provide an aesthetically pleasing surface for your kitchen, but also come with a number of practical benefits that make them ideal as a work surface. However, natural stones are not all the same: different types of stone require different types of care and possess varied physical attributes. Granite and quartz are two of the most common natural stones used for kitchen countertops, but they are very different in terms of their distinct physical qualities. Read More 

Renovating While Residing? Construction Site Strategies That Work

15 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have ever visited the construction site where a home or business was being constructed, you already understand how messy and disorganized these places can be. But, in addition to the disorganized appearance, a cluttered construction site can also be a safety hazard for anyone on site. This is true even when the construction zone is an occupied house that is undergoing renovations or updates while the family remains in residence. Read More