3 Reasons Why Dog Owners Should Opt For Wood-Look Tile Instead Of Hardwood

6 April 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Wood-look tile is a recent invention that's becoming an increasingly attractive choice for homeowners who want the appearance of hardwood flooring without the maintenance requirements. These tiles can be made from either ceramic or porcelain, and they have wood-grain images printed directly onto them during the manufacturing process. The result is a floor that looks nearly identical to a hardwood floor while offering the durability of porcelain. Dog owners often have trouble keeping their hardwood flooring in good condition since dogs can easily damage hardwood. Read More 

Building A Home In A Flood-Prone Area? How To Keep Water Out Of Your Basement

6 April 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are building a home in an area that is prone to floods, you need to ensure that water will stay out of your basement. One way to do this is to use exterior waterproofing. The best time to do this is when building a home as this will make the waterproofing methods go much easier for the contractors. Fortunately, there are many methods that can be used when doing this. Read More 

4 Problems That Can Impact Your AC System

14 February 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Air conditioner malfunctions can leave your home unbearably hot and humid. Unfortunately, this can be a frequent problem for homeowners to encounter due to the intense usage that the air conditioning system will have to undergo during the hotter times of the year. 1. Ice Buildup Ice accumulations can severely reduce the cooling capacity of the system while also potentially causing extensive damage. These accumulations often are the result of the coils becoming dirty. Read More 

Ways To Make Your Basement More Hospitable

7 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a house with a basement, you may actually never use that space other than for storage. Basements can seem inhospitable and unwelcoming, even to the people that live in the house. However, there are ways to make basements, both finished and unfinished, more hospitable and usable. Get to know some of these ways to make your basement into a usable space. Then, you can get started on these new projects right away. Read More