Five Reasons To Use Plastic Pipes In Your Home

Posted on: 20 October 2015

You are finally building the home of your dreams, and after numerous meetings with the architect, general contractor and project manager, you think everything from bathroom fixtures to the color of the driveway concrete has been selected. But then you meet with the plumber and he asks about pipes. Isn't that his job? Before you defer to his suggestions, do your homework and find out why plastic pipes are today's best plumbing option. [Read More]

Concrete Grinder Matchmaking: Hard With Soft And Soft With Hard

Posted on: 2 October 2015

Concrete grinders have made it very easy to remove imperfections from concrete work. Since they shoulder most of the heavy lifting involved in grinding work, they make it easy not only to save time, but also to concentrate on the overall appearance of the concrete work and thus increase the chances of ending up with quality concrete finishes. However, most of the advantages that come with the use concrete grinders usually accrue only when they are properly used. [Read More]

Why You Need a Home Inspection on New Construction

Posted on: 16 September 2015

You may think when you buy a newly built home that everything will be in perfect condition. This may not always be the case as mistakes can happen during the building process. Investing in a home inspection on a newly built home is important to protect your investment. People Make Mistakes Builders are human, meaning that mistakes may happen. These mistakes can vary in their severity from missing trim on your roof, to improperly welded pipes that contain leaks. [Read More]

How To Fix Damaged Window Sills

Posted on: 28 August 2015

Most windows have wooden frames, molding and sills. The sills are often damaged because they tend to be used as tables. People will often set their wet cups on window sills, leaving behind water rings. Hard objects can also scratch the paint off of the sill. If the sill becomes damaged, it can make your windows look aged and dirty. This is because the sill usually sticks out further than the rest of the window frame, so it is very visible. [Read More]