Never Be Afraid to Build Your Dream Home

When our family quickly began outgrowing our home, my husband and I couldn't decide whether to add onto our current home or move into a larger one. One day, when we were checking the local area looking for "home for sale" signs, we saw a sign we couldn't take our eyes off -- there was a large plot of land for sale for a great price in a great location. We had never thought of building our own home before, but after a little research, we realized that it wasn't as costly as we thought, especially considering the great deal we got on the land. The entire process was a learning experience, but thankfully, the building team was very pleasant and helpful. We now love our new home, and I am excited to share our experience on our new blog. I also plan to post many planning and construction tips!

3 Guidelines For Buying Security Screen Windows

10 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are looking to safeguard your building the best that you can, one of the best investments you can make is in a set of security screen windows. By selecting the right set of screens, you'll be able to out intruders and keep your window intact. If you would like to learn a little bit more about these screens and how they can serve you, read and factor in these tips below. Read More …

Renting A Stud Welder? You May Get One Of These

1 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're hoping to embark on a project that requires a stud welder and aren't that familiar with them, it's easy to think that there's only one kind or that one type will do as well of a job as another. However, there are indeed many kinds of stud welders that are used for different kinds of work, and if you're planning to rent one, you're likely to be offered the following types. Read More …

How To Fix Some Common Gutter Problems

25 April 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It's a good idea to check your gutters occasionally when it rains to look for areas where they might be leaking. If you don't want to go outside in the rain to check them, you can do it on a sunny day instead by running water through them from a garden hose. This simple test helps you spot problems that should be corrected before more expensive damage occurs to your home. Read More …

Finishing Your Yard After Tree Removal

19 April 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The contractors have just driven away, and perhaps for one moment you think your tree problem is over. You had a dead tree or one that dwarfed your house and dropped branches in the neighbors' yard. However, you had the contractors uproot the problem tree and haul it away. And now you're left with a gap in your landscaping. Finish solving your tree problem by making it seem as if the tree never existed. Read More …

Identifying Recyclable Materials In Computer Systems

10 April 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your business has an impressive Information Technology infrastructure, there's likely a wealth of recyclable metals and other materials embedded through many of the components. From bulk amounts of aluminum and steel to rare earth magnets, you could be throwing away a considerable amount of recoverable funding if you don't pay attention to your business recycling process. Here are a few recyclable component areas inside computers, network devices, and other IT infrastructure equipment that are worth deeper price and reuse research. Read More …