Benefits of Using Timber for Your Bridge Project

23 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether you are needing to build a bridge that can accommodate those walking on foot or the weight of vehicles driving over it, a timber bridge may be the perfect solution. For individuals that are currently evaluating their options for building a bridge on their property, it is important to weigh some of the most important benefits that can come with opting to build the bridge out of timber rather than metal or masonry. Read More 

Manage A Rental? Be A Better Landlord By Picking Up Appliance Parts

28 May 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you first bought a rental property with the intention of being a landlord, you may have understood a lot about what your responsibilities would entail. However, gaining experience as a landlord may have taught you about some of the finer details regarding this line of work. Maintaining the rental property is an important part of keeping your rental both functional and livable. Part of this involves providing your tenants with appliances that work properly. Read More 

4 Benefits of Vinyl Decking

6 April 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're thinking of making your outdoor space more inviting and want to add a deck to your home, you may be starting to look at material options. While wood is a material that is commonly used when building a deck, it requires a lot of upkeep and can look bad if you don't take care of your deck. The good news is there are other options, like vinyl decking. Many homeowners choose this option because of the benefits that it offers. Read More 

Clean Your Driveway To Make It Last Longer

20 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have an asphalt driveway, you want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep it in good shape. Your driveway will last for a longer time if you do what you can to maintain it. One of the things that you can do is to clean your driveway. Oil, gas, and asphalt are all petroleum products, and because of that, oil and gas will break down your driveway. Read More 

Locations To Have Your New Tankless Water Heater Installed

6 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The water heaters you will find in most houses are storage tank ones. They are generally large and round and commonly found in large storage closets or laundry rooms. However, there is another type of water heater you can think about going with that is called a tankless water heater. If you decide to go this route, aside from choosing the right water heater, you also need to decide where to have it put and this information is going to help make that decision easier. Read More