What Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Asbestos in the Soil

24 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you think of asbestos on your property, you may assume that this substance is only found in your home, perhaps in the attic as an insulator. This may be the most common area where asbestos is found, but keep in mind that this is a natural substance that can also be found in the soil. Asbestos may also become airborne and settle onto soil, if it's been used in a building that is undergoing construction or if it was used in a neighbouring home and was not contained properly. Read More 

Subtle Price Determinants to Consider When Hiring Bobcats

23 January 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Homeowners are increasingly hiring bobcats for domestic projects. Because of this demand, numerous service providers have emerged in most places. However, procuring bobcat services does not come cheap. Even if your project is small-scale, you will feel some pinch as long as a bobcat finds its way to your home. Most prospective clients will do whatever it takes to get a bargain. Unknown to many homeowners, a number of factors affect the hiring cost of bobcats. Read More 

What You Should Know About Modular Homes

16 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

A modular home, also called a prefab home, is one where the basic materials are built off-site, then brought in and completed when the house is ready to be put up. There are definitely some benefits of choosing a modular home, but also a few drawbacks to be aware of. Here are some things to know about modular homes before you decide this is the right option for you. Construction Goes More Quickly Read More 

Tractor Sheds: Built Or Bought?

15 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Rural areas are synonymous with large-scale agriculture thanks to the relative availability and affordability of larger tracts of arable land. Large-scale agriculture creates the need to use heavy duty equipment such as tractors and combined harvesters. This equipment needs protection against harsh weather elements and possible theft. Agricultural sheds are perhaps the best storage option for heavy farm equipment. The question is whether to buy a pre-manufactured shed or whether you should have one assembled on-site from scratch. Read More 

Home Renovations: 3 Ways to Brighten Up Your Home

14 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home feels dreary and dull, you may be looking for ways to add a little light and brighten up your living space. While adding additional windows is the easiest way to brighten up a home, it is an expensive option, as the contractor will have to remove part of the wall before installing the window. They may also have to add additional insulation. However, there are some simple changes you can make to your home which will help you to make the most of whatever light is available. Read More