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Basement Refinishing 101

When it comes to expanding your home living space, one of the most effective ways to do it is to finish the basement. You can turn a full basement into an entire floor of extra living space. You may even be able to create bedrooms, install a kitchen, and add a bathroom. I created this site to share my experiences with basement renovations and construction. My hope is that sharing what I have learned will help others to see that it's easier than you think to finish the basement and create the space you have always envisioned in your home.

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Buying Known Sinkhole Properties And How To Fix Them Before Tragedy Ensues
2 May 2018

Sinkholes are both terrifying and fascinating thin

Keep Your Heater Running
20 March 2018

No one wants to be left without heat on those cold

Three Things You Should Know About Your Home's Siding
7 February 2018

Vinyl siding is a common type of exterior for home

A Guide To Designing Your Commercial Roofing
28 December 2017

There are a number of factors to consider when a b

Getting A Puppy? Here's How To Get Your Yard Ready For Optimal Safety And Minimal Damage
21 November 2017

Worried about your new puppy staying safe and happ

Buying Known Sinkhole Properties And How To Fix Them Before Tragedy Ensues

Sinkholes are both terrifying and fascinating things. The idea that the earth could just open up and swallow you, part of your house, or a couple of city blocks is freakishly amazing. Most people would avoid purchasing properties that have known sinkholes underneath them. Not you; you want to buy them and flip them. Of course, you want to make these properties as safe as possible for human habitation, but can it be done? Read More 

Keep Your Heater Running

No one wants to be left without heat on those cold winter days. You'd rather hear your furnace kick on when you are cold so that you can stay nice and warm in the cold. So what are you supposed to do if your heater isn't working and the house is getting colder and colder? Check the Emergency Shutoff All furnaces have some kind of emergency shutoff switch. That shutoff switch will activate if something happens to the furnace, like it gets a power surge or something else that could cause damage if the unit kept running. Read More 

Three Things You Should Know About Your Home’s Siding

Vinyl siding is a common type of exterior for homeowners to have. However, there are homeowners that will simply be unaware of what they need to do to maximize the results that their siding provides their home. This can lead to potentially damaging oversights and other mistakes that may impact their siding. Know The Maintenance Needs Of Your Vinyl While vinyl siding will not be particularly difficult to maintain, there are some steps that you should take on a regular basis to keep the siding looking great. Read More 

A Guide To Designing Your Commercial Roofing

There are a number of factors to consider when a business person is expanding or renovating their current business structure.  If the building plans require a new structure or structure modifications, it is important to utilize construction professionals.  These professionals would include the services of an architect and general construction firm.  They will work with the business owner to design the building and make recommendations based on the purpose of the building. Read More 

Getting A Puppy? Here’s How To Get Your Yard Ready For Optimal Safety And Minimal Damage

Worried about your new puppy staying safe and happy while spending time in your yard? Here are a few things you can do to optimize safety and comfort while minimizing damage to your dog's play yard: Fence a Play Area Even if your entire property is fenced, it's a good idea to fence off a designated play yard for your new puppy, so he has somewhere to run and play without sacrificing your gardens or carefully designed landscape features. Read More