Four Reasons To Choose A Concrete Driveway

Your driveway is both a major functional and aesthetic component of your home. For guests that drive to your house, your driveway is the red carpet that welcomes them to your home. It is also a major component of its curb appeal, and one of the exterior portions of your property that will receive the most wear and tear, day in and day out. If you are a shade tree mechanic or even someone who just does occasional work on your family's cars, your driveway even doubles as a workspace.   Read More...

Two Reasons Why You Might Want To Have Your Company's Roof Inspected More Often

A damaged roof can lead to problems inside a commercial building that could lead to the loss of tenant businesses or customers. A yearly roof inspection helps spot these problems before they make themselves known by sending a leak through your roof. But there are reasons why you may want to occasionally inspect your roof at other times of the year, even when the building hasn't been through storms that could cause damage.   Read More...

Four Signs Your Garage Door Spring Needs to Be Replaced or Repaired

Garage doors are remarkably useful; they protect your cars, shield your belongings from the elements, and give you privacy. Unfortunately, sometimes garage doors can break. When that happens, there is usually a faulty spring to blame. Here are four signs your garage door spring needs to be repaired or replaced. 1. The motor sounds like it's straining Garage doors are quite heavy, but their weight is supported by the springs that hold it on either side.   Read More...

4 Tips To Make The Most Out Of Your Outdoor Living Designs

Outdoor living spaces are more than just trendy home renovation projects; they provide you with more space in a relaxing outdoor environment. Choosing the right design for your outdoor living space is essential to get the most out of your investment. Here are some tips to help you make the most out of your outdoor living space with good choices for design and style: 1. Choosing the Best Hardscaping Improvements for Outdoor Space   Read More...

Which Is Best -- A Gutter, A Diverter, Or Both?

Rain gutters have saved many a homeowner and gardener a lot of heartache as rain is carted away from landscaping and doorways and deposited in an absorbent lawn or rain barrel. But gutters also have their share of issues and can be awkward to maintain on taller homes, at least for the DIY homeowners out there. Another way to move rain away from the edge of a roof is to use a diverter, which is an L-shaped bracket that sits near the edge of the roof and acts as a border and barrier.   Read More...