Basement Finishing Questions Answered

8 April 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A basement finishing project can be something that you will need to undertake. However, if you have never undertaken a basement finishing project, you may have a very limited understanding of what will need to go in this project. Researching some answers to the questions that are most commonly asked about these projects will help you with managing this type of work to your home. Are There Any Advantages To Finishing The Basement? Read More 

How To Care For Your Butcher Block Countertops

26 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Custom countertops are beautiful and can add texture and a beautiful look to any kitchen. Butcher block counters specifically are sturdy and can last quite a long time if you care for them properly. Without the proper care and maintenance, you could end up with a stained, burned and gouged piece of wood in your kitchen that could be an unhealthy place to prepare food. See below for tips on how to care for your butcher block counters. Read More 

Ceramic Tiles Are Perfect For Custom Homes

17 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are building a custom home and want to give it a fresh new style, you should think very closely about roofing material you want to install. The roof is going to largely determine the overall style of your property. It is also going to effect the performance, insulation, and maintenance of your entire home. Obviously, depending on where you live and what your budget is, some materials might not be very practical. Read More 

3 Ways To Prevent Basement Water Damage

9 December 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you live in an area known for heavy storms and flooding, your basement is definitely vulnerable to water damage. Even for homeowners who don't live in a floodplain, however, flooding and water damage can still happen unexpectedly. Since a flooded basement can quickly cause damage to your belongings and electrical system and lead to serious problems such as mold, it is best to be proactive and prevent basement water damage from ever happening. Read More 

Four Ways To Minimize The Energy Your Hot Water Tank Uses

1 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your hot water heater is one of the largest energy consumers in your home. From showers to handwashing to dishes, hot water is in high demand in most homes. If you're looking for ways to reduce the energy costs associated with your hot water heater, there are a few things that you can do. Here are four steps to take now to help minimize those costs: Reduce Your Water Consumption Read More