3 Considerations When Designing The Basement Of A New Home

3 January 2017
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When you are building a new home, you may be thinking about installing a basement. Focusing on the most important aspects of the design will ensure your basement will stand the test of time. Function When you are thinking about the function for your basement, you should make a place of refuge your top priority. Regardless of the normal weather patterns for your area, you should integrate features that allow your basement to serve as a safe place for tornadoes, hurricanes, and/or strong thunderstorms. Read More 

Maintaining Your Commercial Property: Tips for Removing Old Concrete Safely and Legally

4 October 2016
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Owning the property where your company is located is a great advantage for you as a small business owner because you do not have to deal with landlords that hike your rent or change the terms of your lease unexpectedly. However, you need to keep your property well-maintained in order to ensure worker safety and stay in compliance with safety regulations. This includes making sure that concrete surfaces are always in good condition and taking adequate precautions when performing renovations such as adding paved walkways. Read More 

Getting a Quote from a Paving Contractor? Learn What Factors to Consider

6 April 2016
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If you are preparing to pave a road, walkway, or driveway, you should get quotes from a few different companies. This will help you find a reasonably priced company. However, it can be hard to compare the quotes if you aren't familiar with the paving process. Here are three factors you should consider as you look over the quotes from paving contractors. Does the Quote Includes Prep Work? When you contact a paving contractor, it is important that you ask questions. Read More 

How Can You Handle A Paving Project When Good Weather Seems Impossible?

4 December 2015
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If you live in a part of the country in which days that include rain, snow, or other precipitation are more common than days that don't, you may feel uneasy at the thought of tackling a paving project that requires an extended stretch of dry or mild weather. Indeed, mixing oil-based asphalt with water can lead to unpleasant after-effects that could permanently compromise the structure of your new driveway or walkway. Read More