construction--contractors

Patching a Wooden Garage Door

If you have accidentally bumped your garage door with your vehicle, and you have a hole or crack left in the wood as a result, you will want to fix it in order to be able to open and close your door without risk of further breakage. Leaving the damage could also result in moisture being retained in the wood which would in turn cause rotting or mildew. Repairing small cracks or holes in a wooden garage door can be done using a few items you can pick up at your local hardware store. Read More 

The Importance Of Professional Mold Remediation

If you have recently discovered that you have mold in your home, you need to create a plan of action to get rid of it. While you might be tempted to try to remove it on your own, it is usually better to call in the professionals for all mold remediation. Removal Of Excess Water Should you still happen to have a lot of water in your home, which is what is causing the mold growth, you need to have all of that removed. Read More 

Your Exterior Residential Gas Lantern Mounting Options

If you are having a building contractor install gas lanterns on the exterior of your home, then you will need to decide on the design style you like best for the lantern's mounting brackets. The good news is that there is a wide variety of mounting brackets on the market today, and they all come in a finish choice that will match any gas lantern you choose. Here are the mounting bracket options to consider for your home's new gas lanterns: Read More 

The Benefits of Metal Roofing

Whether your old roofing materials are wearing out or you are simply ready for a change, you might want to consider having a metal roof installed on your home. If you do not know a lot about the metal roofs, you might want to take a moment to check out the following benefits that would come with this type of upgrade to your home. You Hear More Of The Sounds Of Nature Read More 

Buying A New Home? Don’t Discount The Importance Of Radon Testing

The United States Environmental Protection Agency claims that nearly 20,000 of the lung cancer deaths that occur every year are caused by radon exposure. If you're in the market to buy a new house, don't overlook the importance of asking about radon exposure risks. Whether the home has already been tested or still needs evaluation, here's a look at what you need to know before you sign the papers. If Testing Has Been Done Read More