Don’t Plaster It! The Downfalls Of Resurfacing A Cracked Basement Wall

13 June 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

By all rights, a basement is the foundation of a home; it merely extends further into the ground than the average block or concrete foundation. If you spot a crack in your basement wall, it can definitely be alarming. The first thing most homeowners think when they see such a problem is that their basement is probably going to leak. However, grabbing a bucket of plaster or other resurfacing material to seal the crack off may not be the best solution. Read More 

Tips for Building a Moat Around Your Home

1 February 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you think about moats, you might think about medieval times. You might not know anyone who has a moat around their home, but this doesn't mean that it can't be done. If you are actually interested in installing a moat around your home for security purposes, you'll need to know these tips. Make Sure It's Wide and Deep Enough If you're going to make the investment in a moat, you will need to make sure that it's a good size for your home. Read More 

4 Emergency Leak Repair Tips For Before The Roofing Pros Arrive

16 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Is your roof beginning to leak, and the problem is now causing it to pour inside your home instead of outside? These problems can be caused by things like wear, storm damage and punctures in roofing materials. Sometimes, when you need to have the leaks fixed, a roofing pro may not be able to get over to your house right away. If this is the case, here are a few emergency roof leak repair tips that will help you stop making it rain inside your home: Read More 

What You Need To Know About Chemical Grouting

4 November 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Chemical grouting is a process that's used in a very specific range of situations in the construction, tunneling and mining industries. The goal of chemical grouting is to pour a solution into the ground and cause the area to solidify into a single mass. In almost any situation where there are concerns about the ground being unstable, this method can be applied to provide a solid base or structure where it might otherwise be difficult or impossible to create one. Read More 

Vinyl Floors Are An Amazing Kitchen Upgrade

26 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As far as kitchen remodels go, the floor is one thing you should focus on. A new kitchen floor is going to give your room a dramatic facelift, but it is also going to change the way that you maintain and clean the surface. Basically, vinyl floors are both stylish and easy to take care of. This article explains the various advantages of vinyl floors and the most important differences between different vinyl styles. Read More