Construction Contractors

Looking For Energy-Efficient Replacement Windows? Consider These Options

One of the most common reasons to replace windows in a home is to improve energy efficiency. The right windows can stop air leakage and also prevent heat transfer through the glass, reducing both your heating and cooling bills. Here's a look at three features to look for in windows if your goal is to save energy: Low-E Glass The "e" in low-e stands for emissivity, which is a term that refers to the transfer of heat and UV rays through glass. Read More 

Learn How To Get Your Garage Door Out Of A Jam With These Helpful Tips

Imagine you're running late to that all-important meeting or your loved one's soccer practice, only for your garage door to get stuck at the last minute. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for this "highly reliable" piece of equipment to suddenly freeze up and become exceptionally hard to open using conventional means. The following offers some helpful tips on how you can keep your garage door from holding an impromptu jam session of its own. Read More 

5 Reasons to Choose a Shed Roof for Covering Your Porch

Porches help you expand your living space into the outdoors without the high price tag of a full room addition. Covered porches are best because you can kick back and relax even when it's raining or snowing. Before you just use whatever roof style is capping the rest of your home, find out why a shed roof is a better option. Lower Costs Trying to add a porch to your home on a tight budget? Read More 

Just Weathered A Storm? What Can You Do To Prevent Further Damage To Your Roof (And Home)?

Even if you don't live in an area especially prone to hurricanes or tornadoes, you may at some point find yourself dealing with a roof that has been severely damaged by high winds. With parts of your home's interior and frame now exposed to the elements, you could be facing potentially catastrophic repairs to your upper floor if your roof goes unrepaired for long, even once the heavy winds and rains have passed. Read More 

The Dangers Of Mine Drainage Pollution And What To Do If You Meet Yellow Boy

Have you noticed that the water in a river or stream near your home has taken on a yellow or orange color? Are you wondering what might be causing the strange discoloration? The peculiar hue of the waterway is likely caused by yellow boy -- a hazardous, acidic byproduct of mining operations. How Yellow Boy Forms The target metals of most mines are found in rocks that also contain sulfur compounds. Read More