Hiring A Professional Survey Company To Mark Out Your Property

Posted on: 19 May 2019

There are a number of reasons that you may need a surveyor to mark out the boundaries or mark a right of way on your land. Often after many years of ownership, the lines can become clouded and you may not remember where the exact line is. This can be a problem if you are building or selling the property. Construction Surveys One of the most common reasons to have a survey done on a piece of property is in preparation for building. [Read More]

Enjoying Life In Your Vintage Home? Window Tips For Increased Comfort

Posted on: 3 April 2019

New homes are very appealing to homeowners who really the ideas of starting with a blank slate and creating their own style. Those who purchase vintage homes, however, have the advantage of being able to enjoy living their life in a home that is already richly steeped in history and charm.  Many vintage homes feature exquisite handcrafted woodwork, arched doorways, grand staircases, and stately high ceilings. But many of these homes also have a maintenance issues, as well, one of which is drafty or leaking windows. [Read More]

How To Deal With Repairing Or Replacing Storm-Damaged Siding

Posted on: 31 January 2019

A storm with strong winds can do a lot of damage to the siding on your home. The wind itself can rip off siding panels and the panels can be damaged by debris that is hurled against your house. When the storm is over, you may need to have your siding inspected to see if it needs to have repairs done. If the damage is extensive, you may even need to have new siding installed. [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Working On Gutters

Posted on: 3 January 2019

Taking on a gutter installation, repair, or replacement job may have you wondering whether you have a good understanding of what needs to be done. Before you move ahead with a project, take some time to think about these three concerns. Is It a DIY Effort? That depends on the situation you're trying to deal with. Presuming you have a fair level of confidence in your skills, simpler projects do, in fact, lend themselves to the do-it-yourself approach. [Read More]