The Major Benefits Of Installing A Debris Chute On Your Construction Site

22 December 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Construction sites can create a significant amount of debris and waste material, from small chunks of metal to large pieces of concrete. All of these need to be safely removed from quite a populated work area so that they do not get in the way or injure anyone. While, traditionally, this was done by simply throwing things off the side, this is not the safest way of doing things and has led to injuries in the past. Read More 

3 Reasons To Consider Getting A Tiny House While You’re Waiting To Build A New Home On Your Land

7 December 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you own land but you need to save up money before you can build a house, getting a tiny house to live in while you save could be a good idea. While you could get a house on wheels, you can also build one on a foundation so it's a permanent home for your young kids to grow up in. A tiny home may not be ideal if you have several children or teens, but if your family is small with young kids, you could maximize space and fit everyone inside while you save money to build a bigger house. Read More 

Types Of Patio Coverings To Protect Your Outdoor Space

23 November 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Patio coverings are a great way to set the tone for your patio while also providing ample protection from the elements. There are several types of patio coverings that you may want to consider depending on your lifestyle, budget, and design preferences. Read on to discover what your options are when it comes to patio coverings. Awnings Awnings are one type of patio covering that offers protection from the sun and rain while still allowing airflow. Read More 

The Home Foundation Certification Process For A Manufactured Home

9 November 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mortgage lenders must follow HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) guidelines, ensuring that a manufactured home that is being purchased is properly anchored to a permanent foundation. This criteria will need to be met, prior to an applicant receiving approval for a mortgage loan. Mobile Homes And Issues A mobile home is a predecessor to the modern manufactured home. Mobile homes that were built a long time ago may not have been anchored to a foundation. Read More 

Got Broken Appliance Parts? Why Replace Them Right Away

26 October 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've got some broken parts on your appliances, now's the time to replace them. If the broken parts aren't affecting performance, you might think you can wait. That's not the case though. You might not see the performance problems, but that doesn't mean they're not there. If you still think you can wait longer to buy the replacement parts, read the list provided below. Here are four important reasons to order replacement parts for your appliances today. Read More