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Adding a Bathroom

Last year I discovered I would inherit my grandmother’s beautiful house. When I was a child, I made many fond memories in this cozy, rural home. When I learned the home would be mine, I immediately started planning future renovations. The first thing I decided to do was make the half bathroom a full one. At the time, the home only had one full bathroom. Do you and your family members argue over who gets to use the one bathroom in your house? Consider hiring a contractor to build an additional bathroom onto your home. An experienced contractor can help you determine if you need a three, four, or even five piece bathroom. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of hiring a contractor to build an addition onto your home.

High Pallet Rack Systems: Safety Features To Protect Your Business & Employees

Installing a pallet rack in your warehouse comes with a lot of benefits. You have the ability to manage inventory, keep items organized, and add an easy flow to your operations. No matter how long your warehouse is, it's always easy to add a little extra space by increasing the vertical size of the pallet racks you have installed. The best way to go through with this process is to file and get approved for a pallet rack permit. Read More 

Cast Iron Sewer Pipe: Determine If Your Building Has It, Why It Fails, And How You Can Replace It

If you own a building that was built as far back as the 1800s and you are having sewage blockage and drainage problems, it could be caused by a failing cast iron sewer pipe. Here is some information to help you determine if the sewer line is failing, what may be causing its failure, and how you can remedy it. Determine if Your Building Has a Cast Iron Sewer Pipe Read More 

How To Remove And Prevent The New Growth Of Mold On Your Fiber Cement Siding

If you like the appearance of wood siding, but are not thrilled about the cost of the material and the possibility that the siding will rot, then you can look for alternatives. Fiber cement siding is one option you can consider. Fiber cement became popular in the 1970s and 1980s as an alternative to siding materials that contained asbestos. The material is a composite made from cement, sand, and cellulose. While the material does have fewer issues and problems than wood, the fiber cement can form a layer of mold. Read More 

2 Important Maintenance Tips To Help Keep Your Asphalt Driveway Lasting For Many Years

Maintaining and performing regular upkeep on your asphalt driveway is the key to helping it to last for many years. In fact, an asphalt driveway can last up to 30 years with the right care. Here are two important tasks you can complete to help keep your asphalt driveway in good condition. Repair Edge Cracking The edges of your asphalt driveway can receive a great deal of pressure and stress whenever a vehicle drives over its edges. Read More 

6 Ways To Protect A Vacant Home From Water Damage

One of the worst times for a home to experience flooding is when no one's around. If you own a home that's vacant, or you're heading out of town, there are a couple things that can be done to prevent your property from succumbing to water damage. Fortunately, it's pretty easy when you know what to do. Check the Supply Lines All the faucets in your home have a supply line that connects to the main water supply pipes. Read More