Identifying The Source Of A Leaking Roof

Posted on: 25 October 2017

Your home's roof plays a critical role in preventing moisture from wreaking havoc on the structural stability of your property. Discovering that your roof is leaking can be devastating, and finding the source of the leak can prove challenging. Knowing some common sources of roof leaks will help you better track down the source of your water issues so that you can invest in repairs before the damage becomes significant. [Read More]

3 Main Things That Cause Sewer Pipe Problems

Posted on: 22 September 2017

Your sewer system is a vital part of your home as it is responsible for transferring and holding all the waste water you produce in your home. While your sewer system will most likely work well most of the time, there might be times when you encounter problems with it. A common problem is a clog in a main sewer line, and this can happen for many reasons, but here are three of the most common reasons this happens. [Read More]

Types Of Artificial Turf Grass And Choosing The Best One For Your Yard

Posted on: 3 August 2017

If you have a busy lifestyle because you have kids, work late hours and weekends, or travel a lot, the last thing you probably want to do on with your free time is mow the lawn. Maybe you mow your lawn regularly, but it is bald and brown because you don't have a green thumb. The solution to these problems could be to have artificial turf grass installed. Turf grass has come a long way. [Read More]

Benefits Of An Encapsulated Crawlspace

Posted on: 3 August 2017

Crawl spaces under a home are dark, camp, the perfect hiding place for bugs and other pests, mold and mildew, and stagnant air. Having ventilation into the area can help a bit with the air issues, but also provides adequate air for any animals and mold to survive. The critters and mold can destroy the underside of your foundation, cause insulation to fall out, and spread disease into the house. If you are having a new home built, ask the engineer and architect to create a design that does not need one at all. [Read More]