2018

Will your family be expanding soon? Consider hiring a contractor to help you make necessary changes to your house.

3 Tips To Keep A Glass Top Table Looking Like New

13 May 2018
 Categories: , Blog

A glass top table, whether used for dining or on a coffee table, opens up a space in ways heavy wood furniture just can't. The clean lines can also have a minimalistic feel, which can work well with many decor schemes. Most glass tops are built to last, but they will require some care to remain looking nice. The following tips can help you keep the glass in great condition and avoid some common issues. Read More …

5 Tips For Remodeling Your Basement

19 March 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One space in your home that you may want to alter to make the most of is your basement. This could be an area that you've not paid much attention to for some time and want to remodel. The good news is there are many things you can do that will allow this space to be both usable and functional for you. Being aware of basement remodeling best practices is sure to make this process less stressful and more efficient. Read More …

How To Handle 40 Year Recertification

16 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you purchase, own or buy homes in many states or other jurisdictions, it may be important to learn about 40 year recertifications. The more that you know about these inspections and certifications, the more prepared you'll be as a homeowner. You will need the assistance of some contractors that can tackle the work for you. Be sure that you read the information below in order to handle your property accordingly. Read More …

3 Important Things to Do to Have a Dry Basement

10 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you have a basement that tends to flood every spring? Are you trying to get this fixed so that you don't have to deal with yet another basement flooding this year? Having a basement attached to your home can be great. Less great is having a basement that is damp and is prone to having several inches of water within. Fortunately, there are a number of things that can dry out your basement and reduce or eliminate the potential for flooding. Read More …