Understanding The Construction Process

Does Your Attic Need More Ventilation? 3 Signs

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The attic in your home serves more of a purpose than simply a place to store your belongings. It’s a space to not only help support the roof on your home, but to also keep your home insulated. Attics usually have insulation inside of them that prevents your warm or cool air from escaping. Along with that insulation, your attic needs to be ventilated properly, as air can become trapped inside, which can damage the roof sheathing and shingles above, in addition to damaging your interior as well. Read More»

Getting Your Heating System Ready For Winter

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The last thing any homeowner wants to deal with during a cold spell is a malfunctioning heating system. Not only can this problem leave your family shivering during cold winter nights, it can also be dangerous in some circumstances. Here is a look at some maintenance tasks that can help keep your heating system running smoothly all winter long. Calibrate Thermostat Test your thermostat to make certain it is calibrated properly. Read More»

Things To Know About Adding A Carport To Your Property

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There are many homeowners that want a safe place to store their car, but they may lack a full garage. These individuals can be well-served by opting to have a carport added to their property. When adding a carport, there are some basic pieces of information that you should know about this upgrade. How Is A Carport Secured To The Ground? In order to prevent a carport from being blown away or otherwise accidentally moved, it will need to be thoroughly secured to the ground. Read More»

How To Figure Out When To Repair Or Replace Concrete

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One of the biggest challenges in any home improvement project is deciding whether it might be more effective in terms of time and money to repair or replace something, and this is especially the case when dealing with concrete. A lot of issues come into play, including demolition, underlying structures, the current use of an area and total surface size. Before you get into a concrete repair effort, you should examine the costs and benefits of the process. Read More»