Construction Contractors

Told To Elevate Your Property Against Floods? Some Options That Can Help

Flooding has been a very serious issue in most of the Southern states. A few Northern states have had a little trouble with flooding as well, particularly near major waterways. If you are not required to carry flood insurance in your state, you might want to reconsider it if you have experienced any flooding near or in your home. Additionally, if you have been told by city, county, or state officials that you now need to elevate your property, you might be feeling anxious or worried about how to afford this major change to your property. Read More 

3 Things To Consider Before Building A Log Home

Log homes can feel incredibly warm and inviting. They offer up a rustic beauty and can help you feel closer to nature. They are a great option for a variety of homeowners and look good in different settings. However, unless you happen to live in an area with a large inventory of log homes, it may be difficult to find one to buy. This is why many homeowners end up building their own log homes. Read More 

Signs That Your Septic Tank Is Full And Overflowing

If you regularly have your septic tank pumped out every few years, you may not think that you need to worry about it overflowing in between cleanings. However, if your home's sewage needs have increased, your tank may be fuller than you think. Look for the following signs that your septic tank is full and starting to overflow. Water Drains Slower than Usual One of the first signs that may alert you to a problem with your septic tank is when water starts to drain slower than usual out of your sinks, showers, and toilets. Read More 

Moldy Floors? Encapsulate Your Crawl Space

If large patches of mold grow on or below your flooring, your crawl space could be the reason why. Although crawl spaces allow you to store or run duct work, plumbing lines, and other essential fixtures, the spaces can become damp during the year. Unless you encapsulate your crawl space, moisture can soak into your foundation and cause mold to grow in your home. Learn why you need to encapsulate your crawl space today. Read More 

A Few Reasons To Trench Your Fence Line

If you are getting ready to have new fencing installed on your property, you may want to consider contacting a company to come and trench the fence line. This is done by digging a trench a foot or more into the ground right where the new fence will be going. While you could do it yourself, unless you have a trenching machine it will take a lot of hard digging to get it done. Read More