Construction Contractors

Winterizing The Roof

When winter comes, you want to make sure your home is ready for it. With winter often comes the probability of colder weather, rain, high winds and snow. Unless you live in an area where the weather is relentless, a roof in good condition can usually take these things with little concern. However, if there are even minor problems with your roof, then this type of weather can cause these small problems to become big ones and even lead to damage to other areas of your house. Read More 

3 Ways To Revitalize Your Bathroom

Bathrooms are a haven of sorts. After a long day at work, you can relax in your bathroom and enjoy some downtime. To help make your bathroom into the oasis that you desire, you can give it a makeover. Check out these top ways to revitalize your bathroom and make it into the perfect getaway. Change out your shower enclosure. If you have a standard glass sliding door, you can change it out and put something new and exciting in its place. Read More 

2 Simple Steps To Keep Your Roof In Tiptop Shape

You have a new roof on your home. Now, you want to make sure that you protect that investment. The best way to do that is with regular maintenance. Dirt, mold, and damaged shingles can reduce the life of your roof, so you want to take care of those problems as soon as possible. Here are some easy-to-follow instructions that will help you keep your roof in tiptop shape.  Keep the Shingles Clean Read More 

Tech Ed: Teaching Kids How Compressed Air Works And How To Repair An Air Compressor

In middle school and high school, students have the opportunity to choose some of their electives. One of those electives, "tech ed," has a long history of teaching kids how things work, how to fix things and how to build other devices and useful objects. It is, in essence, a preparatory course for engineering careers. If you are a "tech ed" teacher, consider showing and teaching your students how compressed air powers construction tools, and then show them how to fix a compressor. Read More 

Replacing Your Old Cellulose Insulation? Learn How To Properly Remove The Old Stuff

It's important that your home has reliable insulations so that your HVAC system's efficiency is maximized. Cellulose insulation used to be popular with homeowners because it was priced low, made from recycled materials, and had a high R-value at the time. If the cellulose insulation in your home is fairly old, you may be ready to replace it with something more efficient like spray foam. This means that you will have to remove all of the old insulation in the attic. Read More