How to Replace Damaged Bricks in a Retaining Wall

22 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If a couple bricks have crumbled and fallen loose from a retaining wall that surrounds your property, clean the damaged area and replace the bricks by completing the following steps. After the new bricks are installed, the wall will be stable and will have an attractive appearance. Gather These Materials tarp wire brush chisel hammer bucket of soapy water scrub brush water hose mortar mix measuring cup mixing stick trowel damp sponge Remove Damaged Pieces & Clean the Wall Read More 

Need A Driveway In A Rural Area? Make Sure A Professional Is Involved

4 December 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Rural areas are great for getting lots of line at a much more affordable price than inner-city, and may give more yard space than designated suburban neighborhoods. Unfortunately, there are a few downsides when it comes to moving far out of the city. Certain services such as sewage and water are either handled by a different branch of a utility company, a different utility company or no one at all. In these cases, you may have septic tanks and water treatment equipment on your premises. Read More 

The Benefits Of Adding Vinyl Cladding To Your Windows

17 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Over the years, windows can wear down, warp and lose their energy efficiency. As a result, your windows can be loud and leaky. If you have this problem with your wooden windows, you don't necessarily need to replace them. One great option is to add vinyl cladding to the inside of your sashes. This retrofitting process is specialized work and needs to be done by a window professional. However, it is still much cheaper than investing in brand new windows. Read More 

Tired Of Bad Roads In Your Neighborhood? Fight For Repairs

29 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If the roads in your subdivision are terrible and you want to address your HOA and your city about getting them fixed, you need to be prepared for meetings with HOA directors and the township with the help of your neighbors. You will want to talk about the dangers of old and damaged roads, and you want to know the cost. Preparing for the meetings properly will show that your efforts were well researched and that you are serious about getting the roads paved and repaired. Read More 

3 Tips To Reduce Roadway Repairs In Your Subdivision

14 October 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Keeping the roads safe and attractive is a top goal for most subdivisions. However, many subdivisions wind up needing road repair on a regular basis. This is caused by lots of things, but regardless of the cause, it can get expensive. Tthere are a few ways to reduce the need for roadway repair in subdivisions. These are a few things that homeowner's associations and homeowners in the subdivision can do to reduce this need and the costs that are associated with it. Read More