Low Water Pressure And Pressure Tanks: What You Should Know

24 April 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Low water pressure in a home is never a good thing. Whether you're trying to take a relaxing shower at the end of the day, water your lawn, or clean the dishes, low water pressure can cause problems. Learn why you might be experiencing the issue and how a pressure tank can help you eliminate this problem. Leading Reasons for Low Water Pressure Low water pressure is annoying nonetheless, but before you can correct the problem, you have to discover why it's happening. Read More 

Electrical Warnings Homeowners Shouldn’t Ignore

15 March 2019
 Categories: , Blog

As a homeowner, recognizing electrical problems is essential, because it can help you spot potential electrical emergencies before they happen. The sooner you recognize the signs of a problem, the easier it is to have it addressed before you face potentially devastating issues. Here are some of the earliest warning signs that your home's electrical wiring is in need of maintenance or repair. Breaker Or Fuse Problems Under ordinary use, your home's electrical circuits should be able to hold up to the demand placed on it. Read More 

Debunking 3 Log Home Myths

29 January 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you are considering building from the ground up or buying an existing one, log homes can be a great option to consider. From their rustic appeal and unique appearance, it is easy to see why so many are considering a log home for their own family. Of course, there are individuals who believe a few unkind myths regarding this type of home. By debunking these common myths, you will be able to learn if a log home is the right option for you and your family. Read More 

Signs You Are In Need Of Chimney Repair

14 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to knowing whether your chimney needs to be repaired, you may not necessarily be able to tell by just looking at the chimney that it isn't safe. However, there are certain signs that may be visible that will let you know that repairs are necessary. Ensuring your chimney is in tip-top shape is vital to preventing fire hazards and keeping you, your family, and your home safe. So, it is important that all homeowners with chimneys in the home be familiar with these signs of chimney damage. Read More 

Repairing And Preventing A Wet Basement

3 November 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Water in your basement, whether it's from a leak, a flood, or external source, can lead to extensive damage and expensive repairs if it isn't promptly dealt with. If you have water damage in your basement, not only is it important to fix the problem quickly but after repairs are made it preventative methods must be put in place to avoid the risk of future problems. Here are a few tips to repair the source of leaks and the different basement waterproofing options to prevent future problems. Read More