Exterior Waterproofing: Why It's Worth It

Posted on: 7 January 2020

You want your home to be in its best condition for as long as you own it. When you do your part to keep your home looking great on the inside and the outside together, you do your part as well to ensure that your property is keeping its value in the best way possible and not losing value in the meantime. When you take care of your home, you can reap bigger rewards in the long run and one of the ways to keep your home in good condition longer is to have the exterior waterproofed. [Read More]

Knowing When You Need A Masonry Company To Help You

Posted on: 5 December 2019

Masonry is a trade that involves working with bricks, mortar, and concrete, and is a specialized trade field. A mason is often called in to build things from block or brick that is structural or decorative in nature.  Repairing Your Fireplace or Chimney One typical job that a mason can handle for you is repair work on a fireplace or chimney. If you have loose bricks that need replacing or a section of the chimney where the mortar is loose and cracking, hiring a mason or masonry contractor you do the work is the best option. [Read More]

Cleaning Up Your Home After Water Damage? 3 Reasons To Rely On Junk Removal

Posted on: 26 October 2019

After you've experienced water damage in your home, you may be thinking of what you can do to make sure that your home feels much cleaner and that you won't be frustrated with what kind of shape your home is in later. Instead of handling all the cleaning alone and hoping for the best, you should look into exactly how you're going to clear out some of your things that have been significantly damaged. [Read More]

What Does It Mean When You Hear A Loud Bang Whenever Your Well Pump Shuts Off?

Posted on: 26 September 2019

Do you hear a loud bang whenever your well pump shuts off? This is a fairly common problem, and it's an annoying one — it can wake you up at night when the pump cycles and can sometimes be loud enough that your neighbors can hear it. Thankfully, this problem is easy to diagnose. It's almost always caused by a faulty check valve. When the check valve on your well pump stops working, it allows water to reverse direction in your pipes once the well pump shuts off. [Read More]