A Checklist For Successful Patio Installation

  On the surface, patio installation may seem like an easy job. The truth is that if not done properly, the patio can end up being a mess and an eyesore in your backyard. The base may expand during warm weather, causing the pavers to bulge out of place. This can cause people to trip. It can also sink and grow weeds. The Base The base is vital to successfully installing a patio. [Read More]

3 Questions To Ask Your Service Provider Before Getting Your Home Painted

Having the exterior of your home freshly painted is an excellent way to improve curb appeal, but getting the job done yourself can be stressful and costly. In addition to renting or buying the proper equipment, investing in the paint you'll need, and learning how to do the job, you'll face the risk of injury or ruining the overall paint job if you aren't experienced. Hiring a professional to paint your home can save you some headache, time, and even some money when all is said and done. [Read More]

Tips For Undertaking A Basement Finishing Project

If you are wanting to transform your basement into a comfortable and usable area for your family to use, it will be necessary to have this part of the house finished. Before you start undertaking a basement finishing project, you might benefit from incorporating some strategies into your planning phase so that your finished basement becomes a perfect complement to the rest of your home. Keep reading for more info. [Read More]

Three Options To Level Uneven Concrete

Uneven or broken concrete can make your patio, drive, or sidewalk look unattractive, as well as pose a safety hazard. Yet, it can be tempting to put off repairs since many people think the concrete will have to be removed and replaced. Fortunately, there are several options to fix uneven concrete slabs without full teardown and replacement. The following guide will go over your options. Option #1: Cut out the damaged section [Read More]