Construction Contractors

Finally Saying Goodbye To Your Asbestos Siding? What Are Your Removal And Replacement Options?

If your home was built before 1978 and hasn't been substantively remodeled since then, you may be dealing with the prospect of removing asbestos cement siding when performing a remodeling project. While the prospect of handling and disposing of asbestos siding yourself may leave you nervous, careful preparation can allow you to do this project yourself with minimal expense and risk. Read on to learn more about some situations in which DIY asbestos siding removal may make sense, as well as some health- and eco-friendly siding replacement options. Read More 

Tips For Spotting And Dealing With Oak Wilt Infections In Your Trees

Oak wilt is a serious threat to red oak trees. Not only can it kill the tree quickly, but it can also spread rapidly among other red oak trees in the area. The fungus that causes oak wilt can spread via beetles and other insects as well as the distribution of spores. It spreads throughout the tree's water vessels and can destroy an entire cluster of oak trees rapidly. Luckily, you may be able to stop its spread if you identify its symptoms quickly. Read More 

Tips To Help You Successfully Install Sturdy And Long-Lasting Wood Fence Posts

When you install a fence around your yard, you want it to last as long as possible. Your fence's durability and strength will depend upon the process and materials you use to install each wooden fence post. As you can install your fence posts with or without concrete, here are some tips to help you install sturdy and durable wooden fence posts using either method. Wood Post Installation With Concrete If you choose to use concrete to set your post, there is a risk the wooden post will become rotted as moisture seeps into the wood grain. Read More 

Roadway Repair: Is It Your Responsibility?

You may not spend a lot of time thinking about the condition of the roads that surround your home. But if you've recently purchased property that contains access roads or private drives that aren't maintained by the county or the township, you might be surprised to realize that maintaining them is your responsibility. What do you do when the little country lane that leads back to your dream home is need of asphalt repair? Read More 

Boiler Not Heating Up? Ways To Attempt To Fix The Problem Yourself

No one wants their heating source to stop working in the dead of winter. Unfortunately, this is a situation many people face. If your boiler has stopped heating up, your home may be cold and you may be looking for a fast fix. Fortunately, there are a few things that can occur that are relatively easy to fix that would cause your boiler to stop producing heat. Here's how to try to solve the problem yourself. Read More