Lesa Beck

Is Your Home’s Stucco in Need of Repair? Here Are the Signs to Look For

17 May 2024
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Stucco is a popular choice for home exteriors due to its durability and aesthetic appeal. However, like any other building material, stucco can deteriorate over time and may require repairs to maintain its integrity. As a homeowner, it's essential to be aware of the signs that indicate your home's stucco is in need of repair. Ignoring these signs can lead to more extensive damage and costly repairs down the line. In this article, we will discuss the key indicators that your home's stucco may need attention. Read More …

Your Guide to Installing a Four-Season Porch

23 April 2024
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Are you looking to add some extra living space to your home that you can enjoy all year round? A four-season porch might be the perfect solution for you! With a four-season porch, you can bring the outdoors inside and create a cozy and comfortable space where you can relax, entertain, and enjoy the beauty of nature no matter what the weather is like outside. In this ultimate guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know about installing a four-season porch. Read More …

Understanding the Untold Benefits of Civil Engineering Assessments in Environmental Site Monitoring

29 March 2024
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to the realm of property and land development, the layers run deeper than what meets the eye. A civil engineering assessment, often lost in the jargon shuffle of environmental due diligence, is a silent hero in protecting the land, resource allocation, and setting the stage for responsible development. Conventional wisdom dictates the focus on environmental issues during land development projects, but a close alliance with civil engineers unearths myriad additional benefits that warrant a spotlight. Read More …

Dealing with Trees Growing Too Close to Your Home: The Dos and Don’ts of Tree Removal

12 February 2024
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If tree branches or roots are too close to your home, they can damage your roof, foundation, or electrical wires. Worst still, during strong winds, a tree growing too close to your home could fall and crash into your home, causing damage to the structure and endangering your family. In such cases, it is essential to consider tree removal. However, tree removal can be a risky and challenging task, and it is crucial to approach it with utmost care. Read More …

Protect Your Patio with Retractable Screens

12 February 2024
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a homeowner, you want to maximize the value of your property and get the most out of every living space in your home. One area that can be used all year round is your patio. Whether you are entertaining guests or enjoying the outdoors by yourself, you want to create an outdoor living space that is both comfortable and functional. A retractable screen is a great way to add functionality to your patio, and it can be used to create a comfortable and private outdoor area. Read More …

About Me
Life and Construction

Tomorrow, as you go through your daily life, try making a list of everything you can thank a construction worker for. Before you even step out your door, you'll probably have to list several contractors who worked on your home, from the painters to the drywall hangers. Then, you'll drive down the road, noting the work of the road construction companies. By the end of the day, your list will be pretty long. We know — because we've done this experiment ourselves. It is actually what inspired us to write this blog about construction work. With so many contractors to thank, we figured we could share a bit about their work while we're at it.