Asphalt Driveway Durability: Why You Should Opt For A Sealcoating

23 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Have you thought about getting an asphalt driveway and don't want to deal with a lot of repairs after it is constructed? The best thing for you to do is to make sure that the contractors sealcoat the surface to prevent damages from occurring too soon. Discover below how sealcoating asphalt can keep your driveway more durable so you can save money on untimely repairs. How Does Sealcoating Prevent Untimely Damage to Asphalt? Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Using Vinyl Siding On A Historic Home

7 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Restoring a historic home involves constant decisions on building materials and whether you should honor the materials used when the house was built or update with a modern alternative. Siding is one of the more difficult decisions as the historic materials also tend to be among the most expensive options and might also require quite a bit of followup maintenance. If you are restoring an old home, consider using vinyl siding instead of brick, stone, or any other older construction material. Read More 

How To Apply A Protective Coating To Asphalt Shingles

17 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Asphalt roofing shingles do a great job at protecting your home, but they are exposed to sunlight, hail, and rain that can damage the material. This makes the shingles prone to cracking. If a crack does develop in an asphalt shingle, it has the potential to develop into a leak. The best way to protect the shingles from damage is by applying a protective coating to them. It will seal the roof, protect your house, and present you with an opportunity to alter the color of your roof if you like. Read More 

Using A Medicine Cabinet To Create The Illusion Of Space

30 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a small bathroom, you may wish to take steps to make it appear larger to reduce the feeling of claustrophobia when using the facilities. Many people try making a room feel bigger by using a light color scheme or by adding a clear shower curtain or glass. Another addition that can make the space feel much larger is with the placement of a proper medicine cabinet. Here are some tips to use to help select a medicine cabinet that will make the room feel larger once it is adorning a wall in your bathroom. Read More 

Don’t Let Frozen Pipes Trouble Your Home This Winter

14 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The harsh and frigid cold of winter isn't just taxing on your skin and your hair, but it can be just as harmful to your home, particularly your pipes. Whenever the outside temperature drops below the freezing point, your pipes will be at an increased risk of freezing.   Danger Of Frozen Pipes A frozen pipe can quickly turn into a disaster because of the danger of the pipe bursting. When your pipes freeze, the water inside turns to ice, which ultimately causes the pipes to expand. Read More