Pool Excavation: 4 Questions To Ask Your Pool Excavating Contractor

Pool excavation can be rather – pardon the pun – deep work. There's a lot of technical know how that goes into excavating the land that will be used as the base for your swimming pool. There's also a large gap of knowledge that exists between the excavating contractor and the client. Although a contractor is more than willing to discuss any matter regarding the excavation process that you might have, he or she might forget that the average person knows nothing about the process of pool excavation whatsoever. [Read More]

How Inclement Weather Can Affect Your New Roof Installation

At any point of the year, bad weather can wreak havoc when you are having your new roof installed. Depending on where you live, spring and summer can bring rain while fall and winter increase the risk of snow and freezing. Since roofers are able to work all year long, you may be concerned about whether inclement weather will affect your new roof. Here are some considerations to keep in mind. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Use Treated Lumber For Your Basement Project

If you're remodeling your basement this year and plan to replace the wood with fresh lumber, you may want to know about the best type of lumber to use for your project. Treated lumber may be a good choice for you because it may improve the stability, safety and comfort of your basement. In addition, treated lumber may protect your basement from insect and water damage if your plumbing pipes leak or wood boring insects, such as the powderpost beetle, invade your property. [Read More]

5 Aluminum Rail Accessories To Help Add Some Curb Appeal

Choosing aluminum rails for your home has many benefits including low-maintenance and weather resistance properties. Not only do they make a great guide for stairs or porches, but you can easily add some style to the design. When the rails are first installed, you have a lot of options for adding a personal touch. The following five accessories can add some curb appeal and truly make the rails all your own. [Read More]