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3 Important Steps To Take After Finding Water In The Basement

4 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home has a basement, it may be prone to leaking. If this issue isn't resolved, you could be dealing with severe water damage. You can prevent this from happening, though, by performing these steps. Clean the Gutters One of the most common reasons for a leaky basement is because the gutters of your home have gotten clogged with things like leaves and dirt. This is why it's critical to clean your gutters as often as possible. Read More …

Four Modern Shower Enclosures To Consider For Your Spa-Style Bathroom

24 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Standard, white fiberglass shower surrounds are practically a thing of the past. Today's most luxurious bathrooms feature modern shower surrounds that have contribute to the overall room design and make showering even more enjoyable. Here's a look at four different types of modern shower surrounds to consider including in your luxurious bathroom. Zero-Entry Shower Surrounds A zero-entry shower surround, which is not separated from your floor by a raised edge like a typical shower surround, can make your bathroom look more cohesive. Read More …

Prepare Your Outside Air Conditioning Unit For Winter

21 November 2014
 Categories: , Blog

Before winter hits, you need to prepare your outside air conditioning unit, or HVAC unit, for winter. By winterizing your unit, you can protect it from the elements and keep it working well for years to come. Step 1: Turn Off Your Unit The first thing you need to do is find the air conditioning circuit near your unit and turn it off. The circuit is usually covered up by a plastic or metal lid. Read More …

Is It Time To Call A Plumber?

21 November 2014
 Categories: , Blog

When water seems to be a problem, the first thing that many people wonder is if it is time to call a plumber. For major leaks and installations, it may be. What if the problem is smaller? Should you call a plumber or try a home repair first? Here is a closer look at a few minor problems, and solutions that may prevent a call to the plumber. Drippy Faucet Read More …

How To Get An Expensive Kitchen Look On A Dime

19 November 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Have you ever seen an expensive kitchen remodeling show on TV and wished you had money to splash around like that? Well, you might not have the money, but you can create a comparable look by using these frugal tips: Redefine the Layout Have you ever thought that your kitchen may be looking cheap just because of its layout rather than its fixtures? You can experiment with different layouts and see what works for you. Read More …