How Steel Building Damage Repair Can Keep Your Employees Safe

4 January 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are many concerns and responsibilities that businesses must consider and act upon when it comes to maintaining a safe and effective work environment for their employees. Businesses often invest in premium materials, insulation, and other features to alleviate these concerns. Steel has emerged as a popular building material for businesses seeking to minimize the maintenance and repairs associated with operating their facility. Because steel buildings carry many advantages that can reduce maintenance and repair responsibilities, it can be easy for businesses to neglect their steel building's maintenance needs entirely, allowing their building to fall into a state of disrepair. Read More 

Thinking About Waterproofing Your Basement? 3 Things To Know

16 November 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Whether your basement is a little damp or you are dealing with puddles, waterproofing is often a good idea. Being proactive about the moisture in your basement can save you a lot of hassle down the road by preventing future water infiltration. There are a few options when it comes to basement waterproofing systems, and what works best for your needs will vary depending on a few different factors. Here are three things you need to know if you are thinking about waterproofing your basement. Read More 

Avoid These Key Mistakes For A Successful Kitchen Remodel

4 November 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you walk into your remodeled kitchen, your reaction should be something along the lines of "wow, this looks fantastic!" And when you cook in your remodeled kitchen, you should find the experience truly immersive and enjoyable. So, how do you ensure you enjoy your remodeled kitchen this much? Well, you start by avoiding these key mistakes during the remodeling process. Mistake #1: Remodeling before you have an adequate budget Read More 

Why Should You Add Loose Fill Insulation To An Existing Attic?

22 October 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are numerous options for insulation, with differences between both material type and application style. Some insulations work well for new construction, while others have benefits for retrofits or repairs. Loose-fill insulation is remarkably versatile, and adding this type of insulation to your existing attic can have many benefits. Note that loose-fill, like rolled insulation, is available in both fiberglass and cellulose forms. Fiberglass tends to be cheaper, while cellulose can provide a better R-value per inch installed. Read More 

Building Shelter For Large Livestock? Use These Tips For To Ensure Healthy Living Conditions

10 September 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

For those who have been making do with the existing structures on a farm, the opportunity to build customized agricultural buildings is an exciting one, especially when if their purpose will involve housing large livestock, like cattle, horses, or swine. Livestock shelters that are built to meet basic health and space requirements for large animals are an important part of reducing incidences of animal illness and injury, as well as improving gains and feed efficiency for the entire operation. Read More