A Good Concrete Resurfacing Job Keeps Homeowner Liability Risks Down
22 September 2015
Small imperfections in the concrete walkway leading to your home's front door should not be dismissed. Anyone walking on the damaged concrete could slip and fall opening the doors to a lawsuit. Relying on a homeowners insurance policy to cover any liabilities could be undermined if no concrete repair work was done on the property.
Beware of Damage to the Concrete
If grass grew out from under the surface to the point the concrete started to break apart, a contractor should be called in to fix the damage.
5 Benefits Of Using Insulated Vinyl Siding
14 September 2015
Siding is something that not only affects the aesthetics of your house, but also other aspects. It can protect you against the elements and have a positive or negative effect on monthly bills. Insulated vinyl siding is one type that offers a range of benefits. Here are the main 5:
Prepared for All Seasons
Due to thermal bridging, heat and energy are constantly going back and forth between the inside and outside of your home.
Four Tips To Help You With The Replacement Of A Damaged Submersible Well Pump
26 August 2015
If you rely on a well for water, the pump is one of the most important pieces of equipment. Without it, you will not have running water in your home. Submersible pumps can be prone to damage due to things like mineral deposits or hard water. If you have a submersible pump, you may eventually need to replace it when it becomes too old and worn out. Here are some tips to help you with the replacement of your well pump:
Top 4 Questions To Ask Your Siding Contractor Before Signing A Contract
11 August 2015
Thinking about having new siding installed at your home? If so, then you're most likely looking to hire a siding contractor for the job. Before you choose a contractor to trust with your siding needs, however, there are a few vital questions you'll want to ask that'll help guide you towards the right decision.
1. Do You Have Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance?
This is an important question to ask any general contractor, no matter what kind of work you're having done at your home.