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 

Thinking Of Installing A Fireplace? Top Reasons To Do So

3 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Making improvements to your home can allow you to get the most enjoyment from it. There are numerous things you can do that will improve your living space. Taking the time to add a fireplace to your property can help you get the most from it. Knowing many of the benefits of taking on this task may be helpful. 1. Provide a cozy setting Enjoying the time you spend in your home is vital to your quality of life. Read More 

Why Aluminum Fencing Might Be The Right Fence For Your Yard

26 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you are considering putting up a fence around your property, you may want to consider the reason for the fence and the style of fence that will best work for you. There are a lot of options on the market, but aluminum fencing is an attractive option with some benefits that might make it the perfect fence for your situation.  Fencing Style Fencing is sometimes one of those things on the outside of the home that you choose for the way it looks or because there is a restriction in your neighborhood. Read More 

Dock Design Ideas To Get More From Your Lakeside Property And More Family Fun On The Water Next Summer

19 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have lakefront property, one of the things that it may be missing is a good dock design. Docks can include features like boathouses, lifts, and recreation features for summer fun. They can also be floating, fixed, or adjustable to adapt docks to water levels. The following dock design ideas are some of the options you will want to consider for family fun on the water next summer: 1. Two-Story Boathouse Dock for Enjoying the Water and Parking Your Boat Read More 

The Process Of Exterior Waterproofing On A Detached Garage With A Brick Foundation

4 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your detached garage is having problems with dampness when it rains, then you need to waterproof its exterior foundation. Exterior waterproofing prevents water from collecting around the foundation's bricks and wicking its way up into the wood timbers used to frame the garage's walls. It will also prevent problems with dampness, mold, and termite infestations. Foundation waterproofing is a project you can do yourself or you can elect to have a professional contractor do the work. Read More