3 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Furnace

14 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whenever temperatures begin to drop, having a working furnace is very important. A cold home is not only uncomfortable, it can be dangerous as well. The issue that a lot of homeowners run into is that it can be difficult to determine when it's time to replace their furnace. Waiting too long to replace your furnace can be a major problem, especially if it breaks during a winter storm. However, replacing too soon is also something that you may want to avoid. Read More 

Commercial Propane Delivery And It Uses On A Jobsite

1 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Propane is a colorless gas that can be used in a lot of different ways. Often referred to as LP gas, or liquefied propane gas, the product is stored under pressure in tanks and cylinders until it is needed. Most tanks that propane is stored in are rated by weight, not quantity and filling them is a precise job that requires the operator to be very alert and knowledgeable when transferring the gas. Read More 

Safely Making Electrical Repairs In Your Home

25 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Hanging new lights, adding a few outlets, or just changing the switches on the wall all involve working with the wiring in your home. While the wiring is not overly complicated, if you do not know what you are doing, you should call in a contractor with electrical experience or an electrician to help you out. There are times when you may not need to hire an electrician but if you are even a little unsure about the work that you need to, play it safe and get someone that knows how to do it right to avoid long-term problems. Read More 

3-Step Guide To Finding And Repairing Small Holes In Your Home’s Gutters

25 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have noticed that your home's gutters leak every time it rains, you may suspect that there may be small holes causing the leak that you could repair yourself. If so, use the following guide to finding and repairing the small holes in your home's gutters. Step 1: Clean Out All Debris Before you can find and repair the holes in your gutters, first clean out all of the debris. Read More 

Tips For Replacing Your Home’s Windows

25 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As you are looking at the prospects of needing to replace your home's windows, it is important to be aware of the importance of this upgrade. Otherwise, you may make assumptions throughout this process that can greatly degrade the results that your new windows provide. Consider Whether Noise Canceling Windows Would Be Beneficial If you live in an area that experiences heavy traffic, industrial noises or other disruptive forms of noise pollution, the windows can be a way for these sounds to enter your house. Read More