4 Reasons To Choose A Tankless Water Heater System For Your Private School

30 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you run a small academy offering classes to a few homeschoolers or a boarding school with hundreds of students, your private school can benefit from upgrading your water heating systems. Modern tankless units are perfect for the challenges of supplying schools with the hot water needed for handwashing, kitchen demands, showers, and even laundry facilities. Find out why tankless water heaters make the most sense for today's private schools. Read More 

High Energy Consumption & Insulation Problems In A House

26 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Moving into a house and finding out that it consumes a lot of energy can be an unwelcome surprise. The best way to deal with such a situation is to resolve the problem before you end up spending a substantial amount of money on energy costs. Performing a thorough inspection of the house is the first step towards pinpointing the problems. There are a few areas of a house that can contribute to energy consumption when they need attention. Read More 

Factors That Affect The Cost Of Siding Installation

25 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Different factors influence how much you'll pay to have new siding installed. The size of your home is a big one since a large home or one with two levels or more will need more materials than a small single-level home. Here's a look at some of the other things that affect the cost of siding installation. The Type And Quality Of The Siding Different types of siding have different price points. Read More 

How To Hide Construction Site Supplies In Plain Sight

1 August 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Desperate thieves have been stealing construction site supplies for years. As a contractor, that gets really frustrating. You could hire guards, wall up the supplies, etc., all of which are more expensive than you want to think about. You could also just hide the supplies in plain sight. Here is how. Rent Several Waste Containers You know that your iron bar and steel rod bundles are not trash, but you could stow them in a long dumpster as though they were. Read More 

6 Things To Do Before Fixing A Leaky Faucet

1 August 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

At some point you are bound to come across a leaky faucet. You might move into a rental and decide to fix the leaky faucet yourself, or perhaps you have recently purchased a house and want to practice some of the repairs on your own. No matter the case, fixing a leaky faucet can be simple. Taking these preparatory steps will help you fix the problem right away. 1. Shut Off Water to the Sink Read More