What to Do When Your Well Stops Producing Water

Posted on: 5 June 2018

Groundwater is a great natural resource because homeowners can obtain their own and avoid paying a water bill. Groundwater is especially convenient for homeowners when they live in rural areas and can't receive municipal water access from the city. However, maintaining a well to obtain the groundwater can be complicated unless a professional is hired to take care of it. Sometimes problems arise in which little to no water is able to be obtained from the ground. [Read More]

Important Facts You Can Learn From A Land Survey Before You Buy A Vacant Lot

Posted on: 19 April 2018

Before you fall in love with a vacant lot and decide to buy it, you'll want to have a land survey. It's risky to buy land without one because you won't know for sure where the boundary lines are and if there are easements you need to know about. Plus, a land survey may be needed by your lender or to get title insurance. Here are some of the important details a land survey can provide. [Read More]

Ideas For Transforming Your Rooftop Into An Outdoor Living Space

Posted on: 6 March 2018

If your home has a flat roof, you should think about utilizing the space for outdoor living. There are many things you can do with a roof that will provide you a place for entertaining or relaxing. You may want an elaborate outdoor lounge or just a place to grow a garden for your family. Here are some ideas for transforming your roof. Create A Tropical Oasis The first step in landscaping your roof is to make sure it will support the things you want to put on it. [Read More]

Blasting Basics For First-Timers

Posted on: 24 January 2018

If you're starting a large-scale project that is going to require blasting rock and other material, you may be wondering what you can expect from the process. For those new to any kind of construction blasting, it can be an intimidating thing. Before you take the leap and start planning the blast, here is a look at what you can expect from start to finish. There Will Be One Single Point Of Contact [Read More]