Is Your Roof Leaking? What Can You Do About It?

24 April 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A leaky roof is not just a nuisance, it can lead to considerable damage to the interior of your home. Therefore, taking care of the leak as soon as possible is important. If you cannot call in a contractor to repair the leak for a few days, you need to focus on minimizing the potential for the leak to cause damage. Here is what you need to know about leaks and containing them. Read More 

Considering Wooden Siding? You May Want To Go With Composite Instead

17 April 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Many homeowners love the look of wooden siding. It gives a home a quaint, rustic appeal, and if you paint it, then it has a certain traditional charm. But while wood siding is certainly beautiful, that's really its only asset as a siding material. If you want the look of wood along with a whole array of other benefits, you're probably better off opting for composite siding instead. This type of manufactured siding offers the following benefits over natural wood. Read More 

Getting Salvaged Barn Wood Ready For A Home Improvement Project

31 March 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you enjoy rustic decor, you may have thought about jumping into the trend of using reclaimed barn wood to enhance the beauty of your home. There are several projects you can do with this type of wood, from adding shelving to using wood planks to construct a door. Salvaged wood will require you look in the right spot to acquire pieces to do the job as well as take a few steps in its care before you use it for a home improvement project. Read More 

Things To Know About Converting A Residential Property To A Business Location

30 March 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are looking for the perfect new property for your business, you may not have considered that buying residential homes for sale could be a good way to go. Here is a guide to understanding how a residential property can be allowed for commercial use, and why it can be a good idea. Why Buy a Home for Your Business? There are a few reasons to consider homes for your business. Read More 

3 Ways To Give Your Kitchen A Rustic Look And Feel

21 March 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Looking for easy ways to make your kitchen look and feel more rustic? Here are three easy yet effective options to consider: Replace the Flooring One of the best ways to give your kitchen a rustic look is to replace the flooring with a beautiful limestone option. Limestone flooring will provide a rich look and feel that's easy to sweep and mop, and will complement most types of d├ęcor. Limestone happens to be less expensive than most other natural stone options, which will help keep your overall investment costs low. Read More