4 July 2016
If you have been looking for the perfect option for surrounding your swimming pool, you might be looking at a lot of choices, including pouring concrete, building a deck or surrounding the entire area with sand. There is one option that can be better than all three of these, however, and that is using brick pavers. These are a few reasons why you might want to install brick pavers around your pool area, regardless of how large or small your swimming pool might be.
4 July 2016
Bamboo fencing is a popular alternative fencing material that provides a unique aesthetic to your yard similar to, yet distinctive from, traditional lumber. Because of bamboo's unique material qualities, bamboo fences have a specific set of advantages and drawbacks, and need to be maintained in a certain manner to ensure that they remain in good shape for as long as possible. Visual Inspection The first thing that you should do is walk around your fence to inspect for signs of rot and physical damage.
15 June 2016
Your home needs to be prepared to prevent heat from leaking out of it as the winter months approach. Failure to do so results in higher energy bills and reduced comfort levels within your home. Your chimney can be a significant source of heat loss if it is not properly prepared for the cold weather. Check for Leaks The first thing that you should do is check your chimney to see if there are any leaks or signs of water damage.
24 May 2016
Installing solar panels can give you access to clean energy, but it can also damage your roof if you aren't careful. Here are a few measures to ensure that your quest for alternative energy doesn't end in roof damage: Start From Roof Design Ideally, your preparations for solar installation should start from the design of the roof. This is because solar panels work best on certain roofs, so you should know the requirements and incorporate them in your roof design early on.
9 May 2016
A study published in the US National Library of Medicine in2011 shows that some fungi and molds found in water damaged structures do seem to have an attraction to certain types of building materials. Learn more about which kinds of mold and fungi prefer water damaged materials in your home. The Famous Green Mold On Walls When damaging water has come into your home, like in a flood or something as small as a roof leak, you may see a green mold growing on the walls in the area water has come into contact with.