Troubleshooting Your Well Pump: 4 Potential Problems

29 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home's water comes from a well instead of the city water supply, then you need to make sure that you know how to detect when you have a problem with the well pump. There are minor and major issues with well pumps that you will experience – many of which you can diagnose and repair on your own. Some you will be able to diagnose yourself, but you will still need to call in the professionals to repair them. Read More 

3 Signs You Should Choose A Pitched Roof For Your Home

29 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are trying to determine the best roof type for your home, you could be debating on whether you should choose a flat roof or a roof that is pitched. Both roof types do have their benefits, but a lot of homeowners find that they are actually happier with a pitched roof. These are a few signs that a pitched roof might be a better choice for your home: Read More 

Is An Ugly Driveway Stealing Your Home’s Curb Appeal? DIY Solutions To Try

23 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Asphalt driveways can be a beautiful accent for a home, especially one that has been listed for sale. A long, gleaming ribbon of black leading gracefully to the house or garage, with a smooth surface that prospective buyers will find themselves wanting to explore. Unfortunately, asphalt driveways that have been neglected or poorly maintained may actually steer prospective buyers away from the home, instead of drawing them in. If you are a homeowner who is planning to sell a home soon or has already listed it for sale, the following tips can help you make sure that your asphalt driveway is always ready to draw buyers in, instead of driving them away. Read More 

Small Animals And Furnace Exhaust Pipes: Why You Need Heating Services To Get Them Out

20 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Birds and small animals, such as squirrels, mice, and even baby raccoons, have a tendency to wander into warm places in the cold winter. Older adult animals and bigger animals that will not fit do not. That said, it should not surprise you when one of these little creatures decides to crawl into your furnace exhaust and try to camp out there. However, this is a major problem for you and your home. Read More 

Three Creative Ways To Get The Most Out Of A Small Kitchen Space

26 August 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A small kitchen can be a challenge to manage, especially if you own a lot of appliances or are ambitious with some of your recipes, but it doesn't have to be impossible. With efficient use of space and some creative workarounds, you can make your kitchen feel a lot bigger than it actually is — and ensure there's room for everything you need. Some of these tricks require a little handy work, but the benefits are worth it: Read More