construction--contractors

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 

Do’s And Don’ts Of AC Maintenance

Does your home have central air? Does it seem like your air conditioner is not working properly? If you are noticing reduced airflow, or if the air coming out isn't as cold as it should be, there could be a number of possible causes. Of course, you could just call an HVAC tech to come to your home and check everything out. But, you could save some money if you are able to find and fix the problem yourself. Read More 

4 Problems That Can Cause A Roof Leak

Finding discoloration on the ceiling in a house is one of the worst nightmares of a homeowner. The reason why is because discoloration is often a sign that there is a water leak, which could mean that the roof is in need of a repair. If your ceiling is discolored, it is a good idea find out what is causing the problem as soon as possible if you don't want the problem to continue getting worse. Read More 

3 Dog-Friendly Features To Include In Your Swimming Pool

Making the decision to add a swimming pool to your property can be a great way to provide your family and friends with hours of enjoyment during the warm summer months. While people will certainly enjoy your new swimming pool, you may want to ensure that your dog has the opportunity to enjoy the pool as well. Here are three dog-friendly features that you should consider incorporating into the design of your new swimming pool. Read More