Four Good Placements For A Fire Extinguisher In New Homes

Construction & Contractors Blog

When you are building a new home, there are many codes that you have to be concerned about. Fire codes are some of the most serious. Your brand new builds must be inspected to ensure they meet the city codes for fire inspectors before there can be a certificate of occupancy. One thing that is necessary in all homes is a fire extinguisher. Here are four different places you should consider for a fire extinguisher.

25 June 2017

Renovating Your Commercial Building? Ways To Do So In An Eco-Friendly Manner

Construction & Contractors Blog

If you have decided that now is the time to renovate your commercial building and make it into something fresh and new, then there are many different decisions that you will need to make in order to get the job done. When one of your goals is to make sure that all of your business practices and upgrades are as eco-friendly and green as possible, one of your primary points of focus in your commercial building renovations will be the environmental impact and implications of those renovations and changes.

2 February 2017

Living In A New House With A Loud Sump Pump? What To Do

Construction & Contractors Blog

If you are living in a home you recently purchased and you've never heard the sump pump kick on, or you don't think it's working correctly, there are some things you can do to test the unit. You don't want to wait until there is water at the bottom of the stairs to find out that you don't have good drainage or that you don't have a sump pump that works.

9 January 2017

Constructing a New Roof? Two Tips to Help You Choose the Right Material

Construction & Contractors Blog

When you're constructing a new roof, the most important decision you'll have to make is what material you will use. You need a material that is going to be durable because you want your investment to be well worth it. Although you may be thinking that price is the central factor, it's vital that you look beyond the initial cost because that may not be the main concern in the long run.

3 January 2017