Construction Contractors

3 Tips For Caring For Your Pool Following A Re-Plaster

Plaster is a common type of internal finish for many in-ground pools. While you're probably used to doing regular maintenance on your pool, a pool plastering is something you'll only need to do maybe every few years once you notice significant signs of cracks or other decay in the plaster. If you've never re-plastered your pool before, you may want to get some professional advice. But if you are going to re-plaster it yourself, follow these tips for making sure the new plaster holds up properly. Read More 

Making The Most Of Your Medicine Cabinet: A Few Options To Make Your Life Easier

Trying to find space for everything you want or need in your bathroom can be a challenge, especially when the bathroom is on the small side. One way to add a bit more storage space is with a medicine cabinet. However, the average, stuck-to-the-wall unit is not going to do you much good, other than to hold a few bandages and medications. To get the most out of your cabinet, consider the following options. Read More 

3 Styles of Fixed Windows That Can Add Style and Light to Your Home

Searching for the perfect type of windows for your remodeling process? Fixed window replacements can add style and extra light to your home without requiring all of the wall space that a moving window requires. There are different types of fixed windows and the choice depends on your decorating style and personal preference. Here are a few of the ideas you can discuss with a local window replacement specialist. Small Accent Windows Read More 

Removing Scaling From An Electric Tankless Water Heater

If you use a tankless water heater within your home, routine maintenance steps should be taken to keep the interior of the unit free of lime scale. This, along with other minerals within water, can cause the water heater to run less efficiently as it will need a longer burn cycle to output warm water. To keep your tankless water heat running with the maximum efficiency level, regular cleaning of the unit can keep scale from building up. Read More 

How To Lay And Cut Hardwood Floor Planks

The best thing about installing engineered hardwood floors is the fact that you can install them on your own. Many homeowners who take on the project are surprised how manageable it is. It does require a fair bit of bending and lifting, but it does not require too much construction skill or experience. Installing hardwood floors on your own makes the project very cost efficient. This article explains the best way to lay floors and cut the planks to size. Read More