basement renovations - a step by step walk-through

How dark is your basement? Do you use your basement for things other than storage? Maybe, it is time for you to look into getting basement windows installed.

Three Signs Your Sewer Pump Requires Repair Or Replacement

15 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your sewer ejector pump is a vital component of your home's plumbing system. This pump rests in a covered receptacle or pit in your basement, and its job is to pump all of your waste and waste water out through the main sewer pipe to the public sewer system. If this pump fails, it can lead to sewage spills and backups -- so you really want to keep your eyes open for warning signs that often precede failure. Read More …

Residential Roofing: More Than Just A Home’s Umbrella

13 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Since there have been buildings, there have been roofs on those buildings and the primary purpose of the roof has been to keep rain out and protect the inside of the building. Over time the roof has been made of a variety of materials. Mud and grass, thatch, cedar shakes, clay tiles, steel sheets, and asphalt shingles are a few of these. Just like every other industry, technology is always moving forward, leading to various product improvements. Read More …

Home Fire Safety 101: 3 High-Tech Features Found In Smart Detectors

21 August 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

In today's high-tech world, even items you don't think much about are getting upgraded. You can now control almost everything in your home with your smartphone, and your fire alarm is no exception. Smart fire detectors offer plenty of features that make your life easier – even in a crisis. So what features should you be looking for in a smart fire detector? Here are three. 1. Smartphone Integration One handy feature in newer fire detectors is smartphone integration. Read More …

New To Welding? How To Choose Your First Welding Machine

15 June 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Just as using a welder for the first time can be a bit of an intimidating experience, buying your first welder can come with equally significant challenges. Relax, there's help. From value to the materials you plan to work with, here are just some of the tips you can keep in mind to help you choose the right welder for all your needs. Materials Consider what types of materials you plan to predominately use for your welding process. Read More …

How To Replace Rusted Wrought Iron Railing

15 June 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have rust on your wrought iron railing, here is what you need to do this spring to get rid of the rust and make your wrought iron railing to look great. #1 Remove Rusted Railing The first thing you need to do is remove the rusted railing. There are a few different ways you can go about doing this. To start with, if the iron is really rusted and worn down, you may be able to break off the railing. Read More …

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basement renovations - a step by step walk-through

How dark is your basement? Do you use your basement for things other than storage? Maybe, it is time for you to look into getting some basement windows installed. My website is stuffed with information that I had learned as I completed a full basement renovation. Before the renovation, my basement was nothing but cement floors and cinder block walls. Now, it is the perfect living and game room for my family to enjoy throughout the year. We have more than enough space to host the family gatherings and the setting is bright, comfortable and pleasing to everyone that comes for a visit.

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