Key Considerations For Drilling A Private Water Well

13 October 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you live in a rural location with no public water supply facilities, drilling a private water well is a viable option for meeting your household demand for clean and potable water.  Drilled wells can be more than 1,000 feet deep and are drilled using powerful and fairly complicated drill rigs. These wells require the installation of casing to keep pathogens and other contaminants from less desirable groundwater sources out of the well. Read More 

What’s The Difference Between Production Homes And Custom Home Builders?

19 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you're trying to build a starter home for your bustling new family or your dream home that will take you into your retirement years, choosing the right type of home builder can be a stressful choice. After all, there's a lot to consider, and when you take the various factors, such as cost, location, and amenities, it can make a big difference in which builder you decide on. So what's the difference between a production home and a custom home builder? Read More 

3 Signs Your Asphalt Shingle Roof Needs Replacing

1 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Some roof problems are minor. They are localized and fixable. However, some problems tell you that the whole roof is about done and that it is time you replaced it. For example, if you have an asphalt shingle roof, then the shingles themselves are a useful source of information here. How do they tell you that you might need a new roof? 1. Shingles Have Changed Shape Shingles should slot together smoothly and lay evenly. Read More 

3 Accessories To Go With Your Rain Gutters

8 May 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are getting new gutters installed on your home, you are going to want to make sure that you invest in the right gutter accessories at the same time. The right gutter accessories will help you take care of your gutters and guide the water in the right direction. Accessory #1: Leaf Guard When installing new gutters, make keeping the gutters clean easier on yourself by installing a leaf guard over the top of the gutters. Read More 

3 Important Details Your Plumber Learns From A Video Sewer Inspection

19 March 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you have trouble with a sewer clog, leak, or backup, your plumber might recommend a video inspection of the sewer line to understand the nature of the problem. While a clog might seem like the obvious answer, a video of the inside of the line gives the plumber information needed to determine the right method for repairs. Here are some important details a video sewer inspection might show. 1. Corrosion Inside The Pipe Read More