Four Things That You May Want To Do When Having Basement Waterproofing Done

Basement waterproofing is something that will help to protect your finished basement, but it is not the waterproofing alone that will keep the water out of your basement. You will also want to do other things such as installing drainage systems, and choosing the right materials to finish your basement. It is a combination of these things that will help to prevent you from having problems with water in your basement. Read More 

The Ultimate Roofing Solution For Your Commercial Building

If the roof on your commercial building needs repair or replacement, or if you are contracting a new construction building, there is one type of roof that you will want to consider above all the others. Spray foam roofing has many advantages that will protect your investment and preserve the structure of your building. What is Spray Foam Roofing? Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roofing has been around for decades, but its use has been increasing more recently due to expanding knowledge of how to install and maintain these systems. Read More 

Important Palm Tree Care Tips

Do you have a palm tree or two in your yard? Are you wondering how to properly care for your beloved palm? Although palm trees grow easily in many locations, there are some things you can do to keep them in good health. Here is a list of some of the most important: Tree trimming: Dead palm leaves can attract a variety of pests that will not only damage your tree but can also potentially damage your home as well. Read More 

3 Signs That It’s Time To Sealcoat Your Asphalt Driveway

When you had your asphalt driveway installed, one of the things that you probably loved about it is the fact that it's made to last for many years. However, you should know that some maintenance is necessary to keep it in good shape for a long time to come. Fortunately, an asphalt paving company can come out and sealcoat your driveway, which will involve fixing holes and cracks and then covering your driveway with a protective coating. Read More 

Two Common Culprits For Ruined Copper Pipes In Your Home

Because of their relatively low cost and ease of installation, copper pipes line the underside of homes across the country for plumbing purposes. Unfortunately, copper pipes can see damage a lot more quickly than a lot of the most modern materials such as PVC an steel-flex piping. This is because copper has a tendency to compromise when it is exposed to other materials. If you have copper pipes in your home, do not be surprised if a free plumbing checkup with a professional reveals you have a leak, or even several pinhole leaks. Read More