A Quick Guide To Using Your Pool’s Pump To Determine Why Your Pool Is Losing More Water Than It Should

23 February 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Given that your pool probably has about 13,500 gallons of water, by the time you notice that the water level is not what it should be, the financial repercussions of that loss can be significant. In order to control the loss and prevent unnecessary expenses, it is best to know what problems to check for when an excess amount of water has gone missing from your pool. Therefore, the following information will be quite helpful. Read More 

Top 3 Kitchen Renovation Tips

18 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you tired of your home feeling like it was last updated during the Cold War? Are you thinking about starting in the kitchen so that you can install more modern decor and appliances, but you're not quite sure where exactly where to begin? Updating and renovating your home can be exciting. No longer will you be subject to the whims of the previous homeowners. But figuring out exactly what you need to do first can be a challenge. Read More 

How to Clean Mildew From Your Aluminum Gutters

18 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mildew can stain your aluminum gutters, detracting from the beauty of your property and reducing your home's curb appeal. This problem can be tough to remove with standard soapy water. To do a proper cleaning job on your gutters, you'll need the proper materials and elbow grease. Distinguish Mildew from Dirt Dirt is much easier to remove than mildew, but sometimes dirt and mildew can look alike. To ensure that the black streaks that you've identified on the gutters are indeed mildew, stand on a ladder and use a sponge to wipe down a dirty area of the gutters. Read More 

Take These Steps To Keep Your Basement Dry When Building Near Water

18 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a home near a body of water can certainly be enticing. As the home is built, you'll undoubtedly be thinking forward to quiet evenings spent sitting on the dock or laughter-filled afternoons spent swimming and boating. Although living near the water provides many perks, it can also present you with the risk of a flooded basement when the body of water rises during the springtime. When you're meeting with your building contractor to go over the plans for the home, it's important to ensure that several steps are taken to prevent water from seeping through the foundation and flooding the basement, causing considerable damage. Read More 

Do You Have Trouble With Your Garage Door In The Cold? Tips For You

18 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are a homeowner, there are many components of your home that your rely on to function properly on a daily basis. Your garage door and garage door opener are likely some of those components. However, if you have a garage door and opener that you seem to start to have trouble with as soon as the weather turns cooler, you may find yourself extremely frustrated and confused as to what you can and should do to remedy the situation. Read More