Understanding The Construction Process

Three Tips To Prevent Bubbles From Forming While You Stain Your Wooden Siding

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Wooden siding is a particularly good material to put on your home because of its unparalleled attractiveness. Additionally, once you’ve done all the initial installation work, it’ll tend to last longer than other cheaper materials like plastic siding. But to prevent the particular problem of bubbles forming while you’re applying a protective stain to your wooden siding, you should studiously follow these three tips. Don’t Start Your Staining Job On A Very Hot And Sunny Day Read More»

Four Steps To Building A Deck For Your Home From Scratch

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If you want to have more outdoor living space, adding to your home with a deck can be a great solution. This is something that you can do yourself with the right materials and a few tools. There are many simple decks that you can build. To build your deck, you will need to choose a plan, install structural support, and add the decking. You may want to use prefabricated railings to make things easier. Read More»

Playing (And Winning) Hide And Seek With A Leaking Roof

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If you have noticed puddles of water on the floor of your home, and you don’t know what could have caused these mystery puddles to appear, you might have a leak in your roof. Not knowing where the leak is coming from is a bit disturbing, as you will not know the amount of work to do to fix it. The quicker you find the leak source, the less damage you will need to deal with. Read More»

A Rubber Roofing Membrane Vs. BUR Roofing

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Because of how big commercial buildings tend to be, most of them have a flat roof. One of the most common ways to waterproof a flat roof is to install alternating layers of tar paper and asphalt to create a solid roof. An alternate method for installing a roof is to use a rubberized roofing membrane. Both options can make a solid roof, but if you want to save on your cooling costs, then there is only one choice to make. Read More»

New Construction Company? Make Sure To Certify And Train Your Crane Operators

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If you’re a new construction company looking to buy or rent a crane for your projects, you need to understand how to operate the equipment property. If your workers lack the proper training to operate a crane, they can accidentally harm other people on your construction sites. Accidents can lead to lawsuits and expenses that hurt your company’s reputation and finances. Before you take your crane out into the field, make sure that your workers receive the proper certification and training first. Read More»