6 Considerations For Designing A Seawall

3 November 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Seawall design is a tricky business that requires lots of seemingly small considerations with big implications. By working with a seawall design engineer, you can determine the best way to proceed. Here are 6 problems you'll need to address before you move ahead with construction. Waves, Wakes, and Other Forces Much of the decision boils down to just how much of a beating you expect the seawall to take. This is especially the case in terms of materials. Read More 

About Residential Electricians And Your Home

3 November 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Residential electricians are there to help you with any kind of electrical issue or concern you might have. In some cases, an electrician will get called to take care of an electrical emergency. They can also come out to do an inspection and make sure there aren't any issues going on with the electrical system in the home. They can also come out to install the electrical in a new construction home or to upgrade the system in an older home. Read More 

Protecting a House With Exterior Waterproofing

11 September 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

With so many things that can go wrong with a house, it isn't surprising that sometimes homeowners accidentally neglect certain aspects of it. The neglect does not necessarily happen intentionally, but from not paying attention to uncommon problems due to focusing on the ones that are more common and easily noticeable. For example, water damage due to a bad roof might be easier to notice than water damage in a basement that is rarely used by the household. Read More 

Say No to New: Why You Should Choose Reclaimed Wood for Your Home

24 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a custom home is a great way to get what you want out of the designs. It's also a great way to choose your own materials. When you buy a tract home, you end up with the contractor's version of what a home should look like and what materials should be used. But, that's not the way it is when you design a custom home. While you're choosing the materials for your new home, don't forget about reclaimed wood. Read More 

Important Things To Think About During A Hospital Construction Project

29 May 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are preparing to work on a hospital construction project, you might be incredibly excited about the project that you have in mind. However, you might also be overwhelmed. Some people find themselves feeling pretty overwhelmed during the building projects for building small homes and simple structures. When you are building something as big and important as a hospital, it can definitely be overwhelming. If you break things down and come up with a priority list of things to pay the most attention to, you can help ensure that your hospital building construction project goes as smoothly and well as possible, and you can prevent yourself from becoming too overwhelmed along the way. Read More