Common Sewer Line Problems

26 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The sewer line of your home is the most important component of your plumbing. It is also an area of plumbing that can suffer from common problems, such as collapsed pipes and roots getting into the system. Many of these problems can easily be addressed with sewer cleaning if you catch them in time. Here are some of the most common sewer line problems that you will want to be aware of: Read More 

Own An Older Home? Why You Should Think About Replacing The Siding

27 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The saying is true:  Your home is truly your castle. It's the place where you're able to let your hair down and fully relax, away from the stresses and pressures that can so often accompany everyday life. However, if you live in an older home, you could find that the castle walls are starting to reveal some cracks. The siding that covers the exterior walls in your home might have aged quite a bit, causing them to appear weathered and worn. Read More 

Basic Tips For Checking Your Roof For Damage

2 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When checking over your roof after the winter season there are certain things that will help you identify possible roof damage. In addition, it's possible that you may have water leaks and related damage on the ceiling inside your home. It's also possible that throughout the years, the exterior surface of your roof experienced quite a bit of wear and tear due to extreme weather conditions. For this reason, it's essential to quickly locate any possible roof damage and have it repaired immediately. Read More 

Five Summer Roofing Improvement Ideas

27 July 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Summer is a great time to work on some home improvement projects. One area that may need your attention is your roof. Heat naturally rises, so your roof will be taking the brunt of the summer heat. Here are some ways to create better roofing efficiency to protect your roof's longevity and also make your home more energy efficient. Get Your Attic Ventilated Let's start with the surface just below your roof: the attic. Read More 

Prepare For Hurricane Season With Better Windows And Shutters

4 July 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As hurricane season nears, is your home ready for high winds and dangerous projectiles? If that's not at the top of your priorities, are you ready for better insurance premiums, resale value, or better home decoration choices? Storm windows, shutters, and other accessories provide a lot of benefits that go beyond protecting against that flying 2x4 or cow, and a few details about windows upgrades (the housing kind, not the Microsoft kind) can keep you safe and financially efficient. Read More