Keep Your Home Safe From Fire During An Addition Construction And At All Times

If you're in the process of adding a new bedroom to your home, you may think of everything but fire safety. However, a fire is always a hazard in a construction environment, so it's best to be prepared since the construction is right next to your house. Your contractor will follow fire safety rules as required during building construction, but you may also want to make sure the rest of your home is safe from fire in the following ways. [Read More]

Plumbing Problems That May Require Professional Assistance

As a homeowner, you will want to make sure that you are carefully maintaining your plumbing system and getting the proper repairs scheduled when they are needed. While some plumbing issues are rather small and can be tackled by the homeowner, there are some that are simply best left to the professionals. Knowing what those are will help you know when you need to call for an appointment with an experienced plumber. [Read More]

Signs You Need Your Hardwood Floors Refinished

Since hardwood is a natural material, it deteriorates over time. Temperatures, natural wear and tear, and other factors affect how long hardwood lasts. Some types of hardwood are also more durable than others, so if you have a softwood or less-dense hardwood flooring species in your home, refinishing will be needed more frequently. Are your floors ready to be refinished? Use this guide to assist you. It's best to have your floors refinished by a licensed carpenter or a flooring specialist because this type of work can be extensive and you can damage your floors attempting to repair them on your own. [Read More]

Adding A Carport To Your Home

Having a safe location to keep your car can help you to avoid a variety of different types of damage. Unfortunately, some homeowners will assume that they will need to have an entire garage added to the home. However, carports can be an excellent way of giving yourself a safe location to keep the car without needing to pay for the full costs of a garage. Will A Carport Require Major Structural Changes To The Home? [Read More]