The Art and Science of Construction

The Art and Science of Construction

When Do You Need Urgent Garage Door Repair Services?

According to a 2017 survey, 66 percent of all occupied houses in the U.S. had a garage or carport. Today, the number of houses with garages is even higher. Also, the garage door is the most used component in most homes as homeowners use it as the entry and exit point of their homes.  Unfortunately, garage doors often break down from time to time due to constant u

Durable, Functional, And Affordable Pole Building Barns

Pole barns are an excellent option for homeowners looking to save money while increasing their indoor-outdoor space. Whether you want a new home or planning to build your own, you might want to keep pole-building barns in mind. From horse barns to storage sheds, these barns are capable of anything. They may even be the solution if you're looking to downsize your home

How Do Contractors Drain Swampy Land?

Do you have a piece of land that you want to use, but really can't because it is too wet and sloppy? Rather than just let the land sit and go to waste, you might want to hire a contractor to drain the land. There are a few different strategies they can use to dry things out and make the land more usable again. Digging Ditches If the property is bordered by public ditc

Things You Need To Know About Septic Tanks And Septic Tank Pumping

If you're like most people, you probably don't know much about septic tanks. You may not even be sure what they are. Here's what you need to know about septic tanks and septic tank cleaning services. What are septic tanks? A septic tank is a water-tight tank typically made of heavy-duty plastic or of concrete. It is used to treat wastewater (known as black water) from

Why Do You Need To Regularly Clean Your Parking Lot's Storm Drains And How Do You Know If They Need Cleaned?

Storm drains are vital for making sure that your property's parking lot doesn't collect standing water. They consist of a heavy metal grate over a deep catch basin. The catch basin collects small debris, while larger debris is prevented from falling into the catch basin by the grate. A pipe in the catch basin allows the water that collects there to drain into the city