Guaranteeing A Dry Space With Proper Planning - Tips For Exterior Waterproofing

Posted on: 6 June 2017

Your home's basement may be a great place to entertain guests, do your laundry, store your items, or perform any of a number of important tasks, but it also can pose a risk to your structural stability. Creeping water can create foundation issues, mold, and other problems that you need to work hard to avoid. The best way to handle those issues is to stop them from arising in the first place. [Read More]

Three Reasons To Consider A Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning System For Your Home

Posted on: 30 May 2017

If you are ready to replace an old central air condition system in your home, there are a few reasons to consider switching to a ductless mini-split AC system. Or if you have no AC system in your home, you may find the same type of system to be ideal for your home as well. The following are a few things to think about They are easier to install if you have no duct system [Read More]

Sealcoating Your Parking Lot: Answers To Business Owners' FAQs

Posted on: 23 May 2017

Owning a business comes with a lot of maintenance tasks, one of which is caring for your parking lot. The primary maintenance an asphalt parking lot requires is sealcoating, a process in which a special sealant is applied to the top of the asphalt, helping to repel water and reduce wear. Since parking lot maintenance is not your profession, you likely have some questions and concerns about this process. Here's a look at business owners' common questions about sealcoating -- and the answers. [Read More]

Protect The Structural Integrity Of Your Home: 4 Signs Your Foundation Is Damaged

Posted on: 16 May 2017

When it comes to your home, the foundation may be the most important component. Not only does it ensure the structural integrity of your home on a day-to-day basis, it also keeps it secure during things like earthquakes and gale-force winds. If you have a problem with your foundation, your home is in danger of eventual collapse. Unfortunately, you can't always see the foundation, since most of it is hidden under your flooring. [Read More]