3 Design Tips That Can Make Your Small Bathroom Appear Larger

Construction & Contractors Blog

Do you have a tiny bathroom space? Do you want to redesign it to make look larger? Perhaps you're going to sell your home soon and want to maximize its value, or maybe you simply want to give your home a fresh look for your own enjoyment.  You may not be able to change the actual size of the space, but you can use some design tricks to make it appear larger.

11 December 2018

Signs That You May Have A Problem With Your Sewer Line

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Sewer lines carry water from your sinks, shower, and toilet away from your home, but what happens when there is a problem with the line? A backed up or damaged sewer line will give you some signs that there is a problem you cant see somewhere in the system. Consider calling a sewer cleaning company or a plumber if you notice any of these signs or symptoms.  Odor of Sewer Outside

2 November 2018

Concrete Sealing: Why It Matters For Your Decorative Jobs

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Decorative concrete is popular among homeowners and businesses alike. This type of concrete is often colored or stamped to reveal a beautiful finish that is both colorful and unique in design. Concrete is popular among consumers because the material is easy to lay, often inexpensive, and is readily available. You want your decorative concrete jobs to last, whether you are designing a custom walkway or someone's basement. Sealing concrete is a great way to preserve the quality work you've just done.

20 September 2018

Is Your Water Pump Beginning To Malfunction? Here's How To Know If It Needs Help

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You will want to make sure that you are well aware of whether your water pump systems are in great shape or if they are starting to malfunction. The sooner you are able to spot the signs of a malfunction, the sooner you will be able to get the system repaired or possibly even replaced. Of course, you will want to make sure that all of this is able to be done well before everything just shuts down and you are no longer able to get any water into your home.

6 August 2018

Having Crane Work Performed On Your Property? Stay Safe!


A downed tree, a structure to demolish, a swimming pool installation—all of these are common scenarios when a crane may be brought to a residential property to do some heavy lifting, literally. If you are the property owner and you have been left to reach out to a crane operator for help with a heavy-duty home project, you probably feel pretty confident that the project will go just fine. However, just like there are rules of safety the crane operator must follow, there are also safety rules you should remember while the crane is in operation around your home.

26 June 2018

Countertops: Composites Vs. Natural Stones

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Cabinetmakers, builders, and home owners often have strong opinions about countertops. That is, some feel very strongly about natural stone countertops because they are so stylish and valuable. On the other hand, others prefer affordability and low maintenance of composite countertops. Obviously, it also depends on where the countertop is going to be, and what you are going to be using it for. Regardless, there is really no right or wrong answer, it just depends on your budget and style goals.

8 May 2018

Do You Require An Electrician For Your Electrical Work?

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Among the many things to be cautious around in the home is electricity. So it is prudent that if you do not know your red wire from the black, green, and yellow, it's best to leave anything electric to the professionals. Electricians are a special breed who know how not to get electrocuted (it is a skill) and this is why homeowners should seek their services when they have anything electrical that needs attention.

25 March 2018