Thinking About Moving Into A Tiny House? Consider These Downsizing Tips

31 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are considering making a move to smaller digs, or have contemplated down-sizing to make your life more efficient and convenient, there are some simple strategies to make the process easier. Many folks are finding the joys of living minimally, and moving into far smaller dwellings. This can help to save money, reduce expenses, and keep life far simpler and worry-free. Some tips when down-sizing include the following: 1. Use the one-year theory to clean it out. Read More 

Beware Of These 3 Mistakes When Pouring A Concrete Patio

23 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you decide that you'd like a concrete patio in your backyard, you may be considering pouring the concrete yourself. It may seem like a straightforward process, but if you don't have much experience, you might make mistakes that result in a patio riddled with cracks and bumps. Here are a few mistakes you should be aware of, and try to avoid. Not Setting the Form Correctly Because you don't want concrete to spill out onto the rest of your backyard, you need to have a form in place to contain the concrete. Read More 

Three Tips To Effectively Deal With A Plumbing Emergency In Your Office

19 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It's bad enough when a water backup in your home toilet causes a massive flood. It's even worse when the same flood happens in your office and causes a large amount of working time to be lost. Fortunately, if you follow these three tips when your plumbing emergency happens, you'll be well on your way to quickly and effectively dealing with the situation. If Necessary, Re-purpose File Cabinets As Buckets Read More