Preparing For A Wood-Burning Winter

Do you use a wood stove, fireplace or furnace to supplement your heating system during the winter? If so, have you begun preparing for using that wood to heat your home this year? Here, you'll find a few tips to help you get things ready for a long, cold winter. Chimney Inspection and Repair Most homeowners that burn wood to heat the home know that the chimney is an essential element of the system. [Read More]

The Skies The Limit When Remodeling Your Home: Everything You Need To Know About Second Story Additions

If you are planning on adding space to your home, but there is not enough terrain on your property for conventional home additions, you will need to build upwards. Second-story additions are a great way to add space to your home, but there are some things that you need to know before you start planning your remodeling project. The following tips will help you with your second-story addition without any problems now or in the future. [Read More]

Are You Remodeling Your Master Bathroom?

Have you decided that this is the perfect time to remodel your master bathroom? Maybe you have been so busy with school volunteering and other commitments that you haven't had a moment to spare in the planning of your bathroom remodel project. Now that summertime is here, maybe your life has settled down enough that you can finally do what you've been wanting to do for a long time. You can finally plan the remodeling of your master bathroom. [Read More]

Does Your Sewer Need to Be Cleaned Out?

You have a sewer in your home, and you don't want to leave your home at risk of a sewage backup. For many reasons, your home's sewer can actually become clogged and overfill, which leads to a nasty spill and potentially dangerous mess. A sewage backup can cause bacteria and infectious diseases to infiltrate the air and both hard and soft surfaces, so not only do you have the stench of a spill to worry about, but your family's health as well. [Read More]