The Art and Science of Construction

The Art and Science of Construction

What To Expect When Having A Home Replaced After Years Of Ice Dams

Ice dams, those sheets of ice that form on the edge of some roofs in the winter, are known for causing progressive roof damage over time. As such, when you have a roof replaced and you know that the roof has had ice dams on its surface for many years, you can expect the roofers will recommend some extra work and repairs. Here are three key repairs and updates you can

Six Routine Maintenance Tasks To Bring Down Commercial Plumbing Costs

It's essential that the plumbing system is functioning properly at your commercial facility so that your business operations can continue without issue. Paying for a commercial plumbing service can be expensive when your system malfunctions. You can keep your commercial plumbing in good shape over time by carrying out a few routine maintenance tasks. The following are

Vinyl Siding Installation Can Be Done In A Few Days And Transform The Look Of Your House

If you want to freshen the appearance of your new home, you might decide to install new vinyl siding. Vinyl siding comes in many colors, and some siding even looks like real wood. New siding can make a difference in the curb appeal of your home. The first step is to choose the type of siding you want, including the color, style, and thickness. You can even choose insu

Some Reasons For Demolishing A Commercial Building

There are a lot of different reasons why a commercial space may be demolished. You may have some ideas on why this happens, but there might be other reasons for demolishing them that you have never realized. Here is more on the reasons for getting commercial demolition:  The building is destroyed Once a commercial building becomes so rundown that it's no longer s

3 Remodeling Projects For A More User-Friendly Home

When the pandemic caused businesses, factories, and schools to close, many families were suddenly forced to spend more time in their homes than ever before. For some, this added time at home resulted in an increasing frustration with aspects of their home's design that they felt were inconvenient or uncomfortable.  Even though pandemic restrictions are lifting an