Talking About Crawlspace Repairs

  • Tips For New Homeowners To Help Them Choose A Landscape Designer

    25 February 2015

    Are you considering buying a new home? Do you love the house itself, but you hate how the yard looks? Fortunately, a good landscaping designer is able to transform a poor yard into a spectacular one. Here are some things to look for when searching for a landscape designer: Find someone who listens: There are many bad landscaping designers out there who know exactly what they want for your yard and how they think it should look.

  • 5 Reasons To Use Fiber Cement For Your Home's New Siding

    18 February 2015

    Does your home need new siding? Or are you building a new home that will have siding? You have a lot of choices, including wood, vinyl, and even shingles. One option you may want to consider, though, is fiber cement. This unique siding option is growing in popularity because of its durability, affordability, and design versatility. Fiber cement is made from a combination of cement, sand, and other fibers. It can be designed to look like wood, vinyl, or other popular types of siding.

  • What Are The Advantages Of Concrete Flooring And Is It Appropriate For My House?

    11 February 2015

    Once a common fixture in warehouses and unfinished basements, concrete flooring is now making appearances in upscale homes and expensive hotels. Concrete flooring offers versatility, durability and practicality all in one material. If you're thinking about using concrete flooring in your home, consider these benefits as you make your decision. Easy to Maintain Concrete floors require very little maintenance. When the floor becomes dirty, mopping with warm water and mild detergent is generally enough to get it clean.

  • How To Protect Your Flat Roof From Storm Damage This Winter

    9 February 2015

    Flat roofs are common among businesses and apartment buildings, and while they do have advantages, these roof types are susceptible to damage from winter precipitation and storm activity. These tips will help you protect your flat roof from winter's snow and ice.  Keep the Roof Top Clear Leaves and sticks will likely blow onto the roof in fall and early winter. This buildup of organic debris can harbor moisture, causing the roofing material and wood beneath to degrade with time.

  • Water Leaks From The Roof: Problems And The Necessary Solutions

    3 February 2015

    If the roof on your home is worn and a risk to your house, it's time to get the experts to your home before you have a serious problem. If you think there is ice accumulation, you need help fast. There are many reasons you want to keep the roof on your home in top condition, and when you replace the shingles it's time to consider other options as well.

  • 3 Hazards Of Leaving A Asphalt Driveway Unrepaired

    28 January 2015

    Asphalt makes for a fairly sturdy driveway with relative longevity compared to other building materials. However, time, weather and use can all take a toll on the asphalt and eventually leave you with cracks and/or sunken sections. The result doesn't look pretty, but you might still be tempted to leave the flaws alone instead of paying to have the driveway redone. But there are a few reasons you might not want to leave those driveway repairs for a later date.

  • Pre-Sorting Junk Piles Makes Removal A Lot Safer

    26 January 2015

    If you're a homeowner who has a bunch of old items that you want hauled away after cleaning out your house or finishing a DIY construction project, calling a junk service is really convenient. The company can send someone by to simply pick up everything so you no longer have to deal with it—to a point. Junk services are restricted somewhat because they can't haul away specific items. There's also another issue regarding how safe the junk is to touch if you live in an area known for poisonous spiders.