Four Things To Make Sure You Do Before Resurfacing Concrete Flooring

26 February 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have some concrete in your home that you need to resurface, here are four things that you are going to want to make sure you do before you start the resurfacing process. #1 Get Rid Of Any Broken Concrete If there are areas where the concrete has become severely cracked or broken, you are going to want to remove the broken concrete. Concrete that is broken and damaged will not resurface well. Read More 

Why Investing In A Brick Paver Driveway Is A Good Idea

4 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you looking to get a driveway constructed that stands out to give the exterior of your home more appeal? If you are lost as to what kind of pavement to invest in, brick pavers are a good option that will give you satisfactory results. Discover below why a brick paver driveway is worth the money that it costs to get professionally constructed. Why Should a Homeowner Consider Brick Pavers for a Driveway? Read More 

Want A New Sundeck? 3 Material Options You Have To Choose From

7 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Winter is almost here but it is a good time to start planning on some home improvements that you want to do this spring. This gives you a lot of time to really think about what you want, and exactly what you can afford. One type of home improvement you should consider is a sundeck. Below are different types of materials you can choose from for your deck. When you start researching information about sundecks, you may get overwhelmed by all the options you have. Read More 

Gutter Done: Redneck Solutions And Fast Fixes For Leaky Gutters

3 September 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When your gutters leak, water can run down the sides of the home, staining your exterior walls, seeping in to the bones of the house and potentially causing moisture damage. In warmer conditions, such as the southern United States, this moisture can lead to swelling, which compromises the home's integrity, fosters mold, and attracts bugs. A well-maintained gutter will guide water away from your home, and reduce the chances of water damage, but homeowners should still be on the lookout for leaks in their home's gutter system. Read More 

Why Directional Drilling Methods Work Best For Shale

12 August 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There is a lot of talk about shale rock formations lately, especially as it pertains to drilling for oil and natural gas. What is so significant about shale and which types of drilling works best when it comes to extracting natural gas from this type of rock?  What is Shale? Shale is a type of sedimentary rock that is fine-grained and made when silt gets compacted with mud. It is also made up of many different layers that can split into thin pieces. Read More