Raising The Roof: Helpful Information For Renovating An Older Mobile Home’s Roof

8 August 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Purchasing a site-built home is not always an affordable option for some families today. In many areas of the country, inventories of new and existing construction homes are currently very low and the bidding can be painfully high, should one become available. Since rental housing is also going at a premium in these markets, some families are now exploring the benefits of purchasing an older mobile home instead, often for about the price of a mid-range used car. Read More 

Three Things To Plan For If You Want Planters Built Into Your Deck

28 June 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

For many people, a backyard deck is a place to barbecue, sunbathe, and host parties. For others, this can be a perfect spot for growing flowers, veggies, and other plants. If you belong to the latter group and you're planning a custom deck project, you'll definitely want to talk to your builder about having planters built into the deck. Instead of placing your own planters around the deck, the builder can construct planters of the appropriate size in the same wood as the deck, giving everything a crisp and professional look. Read More 

Removing Hard Water Stains From Auto Glass For Good

11 May 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There's an odd kind of pleasure in washing your car in your driveway on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, once the car dries, you may begin to see the water spots forming all over the glass. You could use your towel and some glass cleaner with the hopes of removing those hard water spots, but they will remain. Here, you'll learn how to remove the hard water spots from your car's windows for good. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Save Money On Your Energy Bills Long-Term

27 March 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Wondering how you can reduce your monthly power bills? Here are three things you can do to get the job done: Install a Smart Automation System Installing a smart automation system in your home is an effective way to save some money on energy costs as time goes. Once your home is automated, you can control the lights, HVAC system, and even some of your appliances whether you are at work, on vacation, or sitting on the couch. Read More 

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