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Putting New Pipes In Your Commercial Building

Plumbing is a critical component in any commercial building's design. Without a functional plumbing system, you wouldn't be able to access the water and drainage needed to complete basic industrial tasks. The pipes that serve as conduits for water within your commercial space can degrade more quickly than residential pipes if they are exposed to chemicals and other substances as a result of your industrial activities. Watch for these warning signs that it's time to install new pipes in your commercial building. Read More 

Getting Ready For Your Backyard Fun? Questions To Ask When Designing Your Covered Patio

If you and your family enjoy spending a lot of time outside, it's time to start thinking about covered patio installation. One of the benefits of having a covered patio is that it can extend the amount of time you can spend outside. With a covered patio, you can sit outside during summer rain storms or winter snow flurries. While you're planning the design of your covered patio, here are some questions you should ask yourself. Read More 

3 Keys To Finding The Right Roofing Company For Your Home

When something goes wrong with your roof, it needs to be repaired as quickly as possible before the damage worsens. You probably don't have experience to fix roofing issues, but professional roofing companies do. Consider these tips when trying to find the right roofing company for your home.  Get a Referral  If you live around a bunch of neighbors, chances are one of these people have just had their roof repaired or fully restored. Read More 

Ask Your Building Contractor These Questions When Planning A Home Addition

An addition to your home, like any remodeling project, is something that you have to consider carefully. You could argue, however, that an addition is even more important to be methodical about, given that it's visible from both the inside and the outside of your home. To find a building contractor for this big job, you need to interview several and ask to see examples of home additions they've done in the past. Read More 

Custom Vs. Precat Soap Niches

Are you building a custom tile Bath tub or shower? If so, you need to think about what type of soap niche you want. You can have your soap niche built directly into the wall, And then have the tile installed directly around it. Or, you can buy a precast niche that is much easier to install. This article compares both approaches, explaining the pros and cons of each. Custom Soap Niches Are Seamless and Sleek Read More