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In Which We All Learn About Construction

Do you know when we first learned the basics about construction? It might sound silly to admit this, but it was not until we had a sun room added onto our home. As the construction workers made plans, sourced materials, and then put up the structure, we were sure to ask a lot of questions and to observe the actions they took. And you know what? We were hooked! From that point on, it has been one of our goals to learn more about construction and contractors. Part of our learning journey has been to create this website and share it with you.


Top Things Your Roof Replacement Service Should Do Before Beginning Your Roof Installation

26 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are having your home's roof replaced, you might be anxious and ready for the project to begin. However, there are certain things that your roofing contractor will typically need to do before beginning the roof installation process. These are some of the top things that your roofing contractor will probably need to take care of before the actual installation work begins.  Ensure You're Clear on Pricing It is never a good idea for a roofing contractor to start doing any work on a homeowner's home until the homeowner is fully aware of what the project is going to cost. Read More …

5 Types Of Foundations For Your New Home

24 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Foundations may not be the most interesting thing to talk about, but it is an essential part of the home-building process. All the other parts of your home depend on the foundation, literally. While the type of foundation you get depends on your budget, house plans, and what part of the country you live in, there are five main types of foundations used in North America today. 1. Slab A slab foundation is the most basic foundation and is frequently the foundation of choice in warmer climates. Read More …

Tips For Choosing Materials Storage Racks

17 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

In many industrial and shop settings, standard shelves are not the optimum way to store the materials needed to complete a job. Instead, you need an advanced material handling solution that maximizes both safety and convenience. The following tips can help you choose the right systems. 1. Choose Designs That Match the Materials Not all storage systems work with all materials, particularly if you need to store either volatile items or sensitive and easily breakable items. Read More …

Home Painting Recommendations For A Successful Home Improvement Project

17 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Painting your home interior is a necessity every few years as you live in and use your home. The walls, ceilings, doors, baseboards, and other painted surfaces can begin to wear off in areas from use and show scratches and dents within the wall, and you will need to keep up on with maintenance and repainting the interior to restore the finish. As you look at painting your home interior, here are some tips to help you as you prepare and have this task completed. Read More …

Why Septic Tank Drainfield Repair Should Be Handled Right Away

11 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your property has a septic tank, then it probably also has a drainfield. After all, this is an important part of a septic tank system. Something could go wrong with your septic tank drainfield, and if this happens, you need to take care of the system in a prompt manner. These are some of the reasons why you need prompt septic tank drainfield repairs. It'll Help You Keep Using Your System Like You Need To Read More …