Myths That Can Impede Your Construction Project

Posted on: 23 June 2020

For most people, investing in a construction project will represent a sizable amount of their personal wealth. This can make it necessary to ensure that these projects are able to proceed as smoothly as possible so that the desired results can be achieved while reducing the risk of the project going over budget.  Myth: You Can Easily Save Money By Providing Your Own Construction Materials The sourcing of the materials for the construction project can actually be one of the most expensive parts of this type of project.
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5 Reasons Why You Want Someone Else To Clean Your Gutters

Posted on: 10 June 2020

Spring cleaning is never fun. Annual jobs like power washing the deck, cleaning the gutters, and washing the windows all pretty much fall on everyone's "don't wanna do it" list. If you need to convince a spouse (or yourself) that hiring a residential gutter service is better than a wasted Saturday, here is a list of reasons why you shouldn't clean those gutters.  1. Dead Rodents: When you think about cleaning gutters, you probably picture them filled with fallen leaves and maybe a stick or two.
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3 Reasons Not To Put Off Chimney Repair

Posted on: 28 May 2020

Your chimney is designed to move smoke away from your home when you have a fire in your fireplace. However, if you don't light fires very often, you may wonder how frequently you really need chimney repair. Here are three reasons you should never put off chimney repair, and why it pays to focus on the details as soon as possible.  1. Prevent Dangerous Problems Old, damaged chimneys can become especially problematic.
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Excavating a Trench? A Guide for Dealing with Rocky and Difficult Terrain

Posted on: 19 May 2020

Sometimes, installing utilities can be a challenge that you have to deal with. But you have a lot of options when dealing with problems such as underground utilities buried in trenches. Excavating these trenches can be a problem that you have to deal with in and of itself. The following guide will help you deal with utility trenching and excavations in rocky and difficult terrains: 1. Plan the Excavations and Survey the Geological Aspects of the Terrain
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