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  • 3 Red Flags That There Is an Issue with Your Septic Tank

    17 January 2017

    Your septic tank is not something that is inside your house or right in front of your face the majority of the day, so it isn't something that you are going to see immediately when there is a problem. However, it is important that you take notice when there could potentially be a problem with your septic system. The sooner that you can locate an issue, the less damage it can do.

  • Don't Overlook These Three Critical Signs That Your Commercial Property Needs Remodeling

    4 January 2017

    Do you own or manage an office located on commercial property? If so, you likely want to keep your employees and any potential visitors to the property safe. Unfortunately, some owners and managers become complacent. They get used to seeing the same things in the building on a day-to-day basis, which means that some safety issues go unfixed unless there is an injury, The following are a few areas that are sometimes overlooked.

  • Knowing When It's Time To Repave Your Parking Lot

    29 November 2016

    Keeping your company's parking lot in good condition is not only an aesthetic priority, but a matter of safety as well. You want your customers and employees to be able to enjoy an attractive parking lot that is easy to walk on without tripping. If your parking lot is in need of some attention, then investing in repaving could be a great way to restore it to its former glory.

  • Wondering How To Get More Hot Water In Your Home? Try Adding A Tankless Heater

    1 November 2016

    If your hot water tank is not able to keep up with all the demand for hot water to your family, you may want to consider adding a tankless heater to your system. Here are just a few of the times having one could make things easier on you and your family. Too Much Demand at One Time If more than one person is taking a shower, or you have the dishwasher running at the same time, your normal hot water heater may not be able to keep up with the demand.

  • Three Ways To Update Your Bathroom Without Doing A Complete Remodel

    1 November 2016

    Whether your bathroom has a dated bathtub or you simply want a new look for your space, you can give it a fresh, new look without having to do a complete remodel. Here are just some of the many ways you can update your bathroom with just a few changes. Bathtub Refinishing Adding a new bathtub to your room can require a lot of work, between removing the old tub and installing the new one.

  • Buying A New House? Start Out Inspecting What Is Outside Before You Inspect Inside

    1 November 2016

    If you are buying a new house inspect the outside of the home instead of immediately going inside. What you find may make you change your mind before you even walk in the door. Below are three of these things so you can ensure you get the best house for you. Waterproofing If the home has a basement make sure it is waterproofed. The exterior may be coated with a waterproofing compound.

  • 3 Things To Check Before You Begin Landscaping Renovations That Involve Digging

    14 October 2016

    If you want to add value to your home, renovating your landscaping can be a good project. Some of the improvements you may want to do to your landscaping can involve digging for things such as retaining walls, fencing, privacy screens, and drainage. Before you begin with your landscaping project you will want to do tasks like check easements, locate utilities, and have plans drawn. Here are some of the things that you will want to check before you begin digging for your landscaping renovations: