Chemical Grouting Can Be Used To Lift Sunken Concrete Or Fill Sinkholes

4 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You may have heard of slab jacking that uses a cement slurry to raise and level a sunken foundation, but chemical grouting may be new to you. Chemical grouting has been used for decades to lift slabs and stabilize soil. It's especially useful for stabilizing soil near the surface and for use in types of soil where cement grout isn't as effective. Chemical grout is also used alone or with other treatments for filling sinkholes. Read More 

Roofing Repairs Your Clay Tile Roof Might Need When It Starts Leaking

4 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A clay tile roof is durable and has a long life. That doesn't mean a tile roof won't leak and need repairs. If cracked tiles are patched before they break apart, you can save on the cost of repairs and minimize roof damage. However, if you first learn of roof trouble when water drips from the ceiling, you probably have more than a minor crack to repair. Here's a look at the process of repairing a leaky clay tile roof. Read More 

How To Prepare For Your Vinyl Siding Installation

12 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you going to install vinyl siding? While the siding is ultimately what you see after it is installed, it's all the prep work that helps the job come together in the end. Steps must be taken to ensure that air and water cannot get into your home, or else a lot of damage can happen. Here is what your vinyl siding contractor has to do before any siding goes up on your home: Read More 

Things To Know About Wind Damage To Your Home’s Siding

5 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, you may enjoy gusts of wind because of how they make the trees in your yard sway or cause the leaves on the ground to blow around. There's little doubt that wind can be nice to experience, but it can cause problems for your house. One concern that you should always have is how the wind might be affecting the siding of your residence. This is especially something to think about if your house gets a lot of wind — perhaps because there's a large open space around it. Read More 

How To Decide If It’s Time For New Siding

30 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Siding does more than give your home a uniform look. It protects your home from the elements, keeping out water and preventing damage to the structure beneath. If you have wood siding on your home, the maintenance required to keep the siding in good shape takes some work. Wood siding needs to be replaced about every ten years and painted over when there are chips and there is peeling. If your home is covered in vinyl siding, this can last many years depending on the thickness and grade of the material. Read More