Reasons To Have Your Driveway Cleaned Professionally And How It’s Done

19 February 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your property looks run down and neglected because your driveway is stained and dirty, consider calling a residential concrete cleaning service to restore the appearance of the concrete. Cleaning removes algae, stains, dirt, mold, and even weeds growing in the cracks so your driveway looks almost as good as new again. Here are some important reasons to have your driveway cleaned and an overview of how it's done. Why You Should Clean Your Dirty Driveway Read More …

Insulation Upgrades That Often Need To Be Done After A Home Energy Audit

2 February 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

An energy audit can be a great investment to identify areas where your home is losing energy. There are a lot of areas where insulation improvements can help you to save energy. The following information will help you improve your home's energy design with insulation upgrades: Insulation Improvement for Attics and Roofs The attic is an area of your home where a lot of energy can be lost if there isn't sufficient insulation. Read More …

4 Reasons You May Need Your Chimney Cleaned More Than Usual

19 January 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The general recommendation is usually to call on a residential chimney cleaning service annually to have your chimney cleaned. However, you may occasionally need to have a chimney cleaned more than that. Here are a few reasons why you may need your chimney cleaned by professionals more than once a year.  You Have a Narrow Chimney  The simplest explanation behind a chimney that needs a residential chimney cleaning service more than usual is your chimney is narrower than most. Read More …

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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.