2 Water Changes Indicating A Problem With Your Well’s Submersible Pump

28 October 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you live in an area that requires that you have a deep well for your water, the well most likely has a submersible pump to deliver water to your house. However, since it can be difficult to determine if there is a problem with the pump because of the depth, you may wonder how you will be able to tell if the pump is going bad. One way to tell if the pump is failing is by looking for the following changes to your home's water. Read More 

Basement Moisture—Something You Should Not Ignore

23 September 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Owning a home can be a real headache—it's not always easy keeping up with all of the maintenance work that needs to be done each year, especially when it seems like the house is working so hard against your efforts to keep up. Well, if you're dealing with a damp basement, there are a few things that you can look into to determine if there's a quick fix to the issue. Read More 

Three Areas For Home Builders And Contractors To Pay Attention To For A Healthy Home

7 August 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Everyone knows the importance of going green. The importance of recycling to preserve our natural resources, as well as reduce pollution, is something important to people everywhere. Both home builders and contractors have integrated these concepts into their construction. However, the concept of a healthy home is gaining traction among consumers, and this is something that needs to be integrated into your business strategy. It is a new concept that will affect your company now and in the future. Read More 

Tired Of Windows That Break Easily? There Is A Solution!

28 June 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

What is one thing kids and burglars have in common? Answer: They are both tough on windows! Whether your windows have been smashed by kids throwing or hitting them, or by burglars that have intentionally smashed windows to get into your home, you have had your fair share of broken windows. Why could you not have windows that refuse to break, refuse to shatter, and are impact resistant? Actually, you can. Read More 

Signs It May Be Time To Schedule Repairs For Your Furnace

24 May 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Problems with your furnace can start out small, making the signs easy to miss. However, making repairs early is important because they keep more severe damage from being done, and repairs save you from wasting money on heating bills. Here are some signs that might indicate it's time to call a repair service to look at your furnace. Your Furnace Seems To Run All The Time If your furnace has to run 24 hours a day to keep your home warm, you could have a shockingly high power bill to pay. Read More