About Me
Summers Are More Fun with a Backyard Deck

When I was growing up, my family home had a backyard deck. I didn't realize how much I loved it until I later moved into my own home that didn't have one. We used to have family over for outdoor gatherings and cook out on it. It was covered, so if it rained, it never ruined the party! As a teenager, one of my favorite ways to relax was to go outside onto the deck and listen to the rain fall on its roof. The sound was so soothing. After enduring one summer in my new home with no deck, I was determined to have one installed quickly. I found a local contractor who got the job done quickly and accurately, and my house now feels like a "home!" I decided to start a blog to share what I learned during the deck construction process along with some other tips!


About The Harm Of Algae & Moisture To Asphalt Shingles

7 July 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Has your roof become horrible to look at because the asphalt shingles have black stains and are curled up? You are likely dealing with an algae and moisture problem that should be repaired before the inside of your house is damaged. Find out below about the harm algae spores and moisture can cause to asphalt shingles, as well as what a roofer can do to fix the problem. What Makes Algae & Moisture Bad for Asphalt Shingles? Read More …

3 Rules That Will Carry You Through Your Welding Career

24 June 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are looking for a practical and fruitful career field, welding is an excellent trade to delve into. The field is growing and provides great use to a number of industries. To press forward with great advice that will carry you throughout your career, consider the following three tips.  Tip #1: Know The Supplies That Will Help You Get The Job Done As a welder that takes pride in your work, you will need to acquire supplies that will help you put your best foot forward. Read More …

Maximize Your Efficiency And Protect Your Investment - Maintaining Your Material Handling Equipment

12 June 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your ability to operate a successful manufacturing operation relies on the effectiveness of your material handling equipment. Conveyors, sorters, and a wide variety of other devices transport your inventory to the correct areas in your facility and help guarantee an efficient and effective operation. If that equipment malfunctions or breaks down entirely, you can be looking at a serious loss of productivity. Below, you'll find a guide to some steps you should take to maintain your material handling equipment. Read More …

Two Of Your French Drain Concerns Answered

1 June 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Drainage issues can be a major problem for a countless number of homeowners, but there are several different options for correcting these issues. However, if you are wanting a discreet solution, a French drain may be the perfect option for you. These drains are buried beneath the soil, and this makes them virtually invisible. If you have never considered installing these devices before, you may need a couple of questions answered before you decide about making this upgrade to your yard. Read More …

3 Things You Can Do When Your DIY Fence Begins To Bow And Sway

15 May 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It is probable that you have seen other people's handiwork when it comes to fences. Some are perfectly upright and uniform, while others have begun to bow, sway and curve. If you also installed your own fence and find that it suddenly is creating awkward visual movement, there are some things you can do to fix the problem and make your fence look more like the perfect ones you see surrounding other neighbors' yards. Read More …