Tips For Preventing Dry Rot On Wood Siding

29 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are replacing some wood siding that has become damaged by wood rot, then it is important for you to take steps so that your repaired areas do not suffer the same fate in the future. By taking certain steps while making your repairs, you can easily prevent future wood rot problems in your home's wood siding. Follow these time-tested tips to keep your wood siding wood rot free: Read More 

How To Replace A Window Screen

8 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Window screens can very easily get holes in them or tear making them look unsightly. You can go without the screens and never open up your windows or open your windows to the sounds and feel of nature - bugs, birds and who knows what else into your home - not exactly a good idea. You can replace that broken screen yourself if the surrounding window is in good shape using just a few tools and some items from your local hardware store. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Junk Removal Contractor

17 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you not recognize the inside of your own house anymore? If you have so much old stuff piling up inside your abode that your family and friends are starting to accuse you of being a hoarder, it might be time to get some professional help to get your house back in order. Luckily, there are companies out there today that specialize in nothing but junk removal services. Here are three benefits that hiring such a company can provide. Read More 

How To Improve Your Furnace Ducts

26 October 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

In order to make sure that your heater and air conditioner are as efficient as possible, you need to make sure the ducts are not leaky. Any ducts that have leaks, can greatly affect the airflow into your home. One of the most vital sections of ducting is where they connect to the furnace. Many people don't realize that even cold air flows through the furnace when you are running the air conditioner. Read More 

Buying A Foreclosed Home? 3 Reasons Window Replacement Can Be A Smart Idea

7 October 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you purchase a foreclosed home, you're likely saving a great deal of money, potentially allowing you to live in your desired area and has the square footage your family needs. While a foreclosed home does have a number of great benefits that you've likely been thinking about, there's a very good chance that the home is also going to need a bit of work to make it feel like your own and similar to other newer homes. Read More