Running Water And Drilling Wells: Everything You Need To Know About Where To Drill Water Wells And Equipment For Your Home

26 December 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you live in an area without municipal water service, drilling a well is probably the only option to get running water to the plumbing in your home. Before you have water well drilling done, there are some things to consider, such as where to drill and the type of equipment you need. The following guide will help you choose where to start drilling and the water equipment that needs to be installed after drilling has been completed:  Read More 

3 Signs You Should Choose A Custom Home Builder Vs. A Semi-Custom Home Builder

19 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are many different home builders out there, and they all do things a little differently. Semi-custom home builders are very common, and a lot of people use these builders to build a home from the ground up. Semi-custom home builders don't offer the same level of customization that true custom home builders do, though. Either type of builder can provide you with a good experience and can help you with building a great home, but you may find that hiring a custom home builder is what is right for you in these cases and more. Read More 

4 Ways Closed Cell Spray Foam Can Help You Save Money

14 October 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Owning a home comes along with maintenance costs. However, there are measures you can take to keep home maintenance costs more manageable, including closed-cell spray foam. In addition to keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer during the winter, closed-cell spray foam is a great way to cut down on your maintenance and repair cost. 1. Home Comfort Cost How much a person spends on their heating and cooling costs has a lot to do with how comfortable their home is. Read More 

Wet Basement? Follow These Essential Steps To Dry It Out

6 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your basement is perpetually wet, you probably have trouble with mold growth and humidity throughout your home. Luckily, drying your basement out may not be as difficult as you'd imagine. If you follow these steps, you should have a much dryer space. 1. Divert as much water as possible from the base of your home. People often focus on waterproofing the inside of the basement, but in fact, you should pay attention to exterior waterproofing first. Read More 

Upgrading Your Kitchen Cabinets

23 July 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are wanting to improve the functionality and appearance of your kitchen, replacing and upgrading the cabinets can be an affordable way to make a noticeable difference. In fact, this is one of the most common renovation projects homeowners undertake. Consider Whether There Are Spaces With Odd Shapes Depending on the shape of your kitchen, there may be some unusually shaped spaces that may need cabinets. When this is the case, it might be the best option to have the cabinets custom made for the kitchen. Read More