Construction Contractors

Tips To Remember With Construction Dredging

If you have a waterway that is pretty shallow, then construction dredging may be a process you'll need to rely on. It removes sediment from the bottom to make room for boats of various sizes. You'll have a nice construction site dredging process to look forward to if these steps are taken. Try to Not Impact the Surrounding Area One concern with construction dredging is the heavy equipment involved. They can create tracks that stand out and severely impact the landscaping around the waterway that you're dredging. Read More 

4 Reasons You Might Need A Roofing Contractor In Winter

While owning a home is probably every person's greatest joy and success, it comes with its fair share of responsibilities. You probably prepared your roof adequately ahead of winter to avoid mishaps and keep it in shape for the entire season. Unfortunately, not everything goes according to plan. Before writing off that winter schedule with your roofing contractor, you might want to read through these major reasons that demand the expertise of a roofer. Read More 

Why Your Basement Needs A Sump Pump And A Look At How It’s Installed

If your home has a basement, you should probably have a sump pump. A sump pump is a form of interior basement waterproofing, and it helps avoid problems with a flooded basement that could lead to water damage. Here's a look at how a sump pump works and how it's installed. Why You May Need A Sump Pump Water can seep into your basement through the concrete floor or walls. It might also enter through cracks or through gaps around the basement window. Read More 

Want To Install A Metal Roof Over Shingles? Know These 3 Things

Adding a metal roof to your home can be a great way to give some longevity to your roofing material. However, you may have asphalt shingles on your home and are wondering if you need to rip those off prior to installing the metal roofing material. Here are a few things to know about this unique metal roof installation. Underlayment Material Is Necessary If you will be placing metal roofing material over asphalt shingles, know that a layer of underlayment material is necessary for the installation to work. Read More 

Concrete Lifting Is Quicker And Easier Than Replacing A Sunken Concrete Slab

Concrete lifting is a way of raising a sunken area of a concrete driveway, patio, or staircase. This type of concrete repair can be done with a cement slurry or with polyurethane foam. These methods are known as mudjacking and poly jacking. Since both are effective but they are different materials, you may wonder which is right for your project. Here's a look at how these methods of concrete lifting compare. Read More