2 Mistakes To Avoid When Designing The Floor Plan Of Your Custom Built Home

5 March 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have finally reached a point in your life that you can afford to have a home built that is tailored to your desires and needs, you may be ready to jump right in and start designing the floor plan. However, while you are coming up with the design plan, make sure you avoid the following mistakes that may lead to regrets later. 1.  Neglecting to Plan for Natural Lighting Read More 

How To Narrow Down The Cause Of Low Water Pressure In Your Home

8 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Low water pressure is an annoying problem. A hard stream of water makes a more enjoyable showering experience and makes hand washing faster. A few things can cause low water pressure, so the first step in fixing the problem is to narrow down the cause. Here are a few suggestions to try. Check All The Water Outlets For Pressure Determine if low pressure is a problem for the whole house of if the problem is isolated to a particular sink or shower. Read More 

Out With The Old: Tips For Replacing Your Roof

8 December 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

So many homeowners make the mistake of failing to keep their roof in the best condition. If you have had the same roof for plenty of years, it might be time for you to call up some licensed roofing companies that can give you the quality work that you are looking for. Once you know that this is an option you want to explore, it is important to have a game plan to make this happen. Read More 

A Few Things To Know About Protecting Your Home With Fire Extinguishers

25 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Keeping fire extinguishers in your home is important because it could mean the difference between putting out a fire immediately and losing everything you own. Fires spread amazingly fast under the right conditions, so you don't want to risk a house fire with no way to put it out early if it is safe to do so. Besides owning fire extinguishers, it's also important to know how to use them. Here are some tips to think about. Read More 

4 Steps To Ensure Biomass Heating And Radiators Are Ready For The Winter Months

12 September 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

With the autumn weather, you want to make sure your home is prepared. This is a time of the year when maintenance is needed for your AC and it is time to get ready for winter weather. If you have a biomass heating system, you will need to do maintenance to the boiler, water heater and other components of your heating system. Here are the steps to do maintenance and ensure your biomass heating and radiators are ready for the winter months: Read More