How To Correct Water Damage In Your Garage

16 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Water damage, no matter where it is, is still a problem because it can produce biohazards such as black mold. When you have water damage in the outlying buildings of your property, it not only affects you and your family, but also the nearest neighbors. Mold spores, when dry, can travel on the wind to the next nearest wet spot and begin reproducing. To stop this problem before it begins to irritate your neighbors and create problems for them, you need to know how to look for the problems and where to look for them as well. Read More 

How To Pick Your Roof Shingle Style

8 December 2014
 Categories: , Blog

If you are in the process of new construction or revamping your existing home exterior, one thing that may not be first on your mind is the shingles for your roof. You may think that all shingles are the same, but they're not. There are countless designs and styles to choose from. The first step in picking out the perfect look is to take an evaluation of your existing structure and what you currently have to work with. Read More 

The Three Most Destructive Things You Should Never Expose Your Pavement To

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Pavement, no matter where it sits, takes a beating. To lengthen the lifespan of your pavement, there are three things you should never expose it to. It requires a more conscientious effort for pavement maintenance of this level, but it is worth it. Car Oil Oil and pavement do not mix. Pavement is made of concrete, which is porous. It absorbs the car oil, and the oil spreads through that area of the concrete. Read More 

How Are Humidifiers Helpful During The Winter?

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When winter time arrives and you must begin using the heat in your home, the atmosphere inside your home tends to change. The air may feel drier than before and this may bring about uncomfortable conditions. Fortunately, if you use a humidifier in your home during the winter, this problem can be resolved. These are some of the ways that a humidifier can be helpful in your home when the weather turns cold. Read More 

Dangers Posed By Asbestos In Your Home

3 December 2014
 Categories: , Blog

Asbestos is a mineral that occurs in nature comprised of small fibers. The problem is, asbestos can generate a cloud of dust made up of asbestos fibers if it is disturbed. Inhaling these fibers into your lungs can cause a wide range of health problems. Unfortunately, for many decades asbestos was frequently used as a building material because of its insulating and fire resistant properties. Having asbestos in your home can pose a danger to you and your family under certain circumstances. Read More