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 

5 Things To Know About Exterior Waterproofing

1 October 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Water damage is a big concern for many homeowners. If you are not careful, water could seep into your basement and cause damage. You can hire an exterior waterproofing company to help you protect your home from this water, but you might want to know more about it before you take this step. These are some of the things that you will probably want to know about exterior waterproofing. 1. It's More Expensive Than Interior Waterproofing Read More 

Caring For Reclaimed Wood Floors: Four Helpful Tips

31 May 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Reclaimed wood floors can make a beautiful addition to your home, but they do require some care that more modern, durable flooring might not. Use the following guide to keep your reclaimed wood floors looking great for years to come. Avoid Plastic And Rubber Mats If you have rugs on your reclaimed wood floors, you may be tempted to use plastic or rubber mats to keep them in place. These mats, however, can cause damage to wood flooring. Read More 

2 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Shingled Roof’s Flashing

23 April 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you think about how your home's roof protects your house from exterior moisture, you probably only consider the shingles that cover most of it. However, the flashing is just as important as the shingles, as it keeps water from seeping in through small cracks and openings between the roof and chimneys, vent pipes, and skylight frames. When this integral part of your roofing system is damaged, leaks will occur. To keep this from happening, look for the following signs that it is time to replace your roof's flashing. Read More 

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