Construction Contractors

Commercial Roofing: Repairing Storm Damage

As a business owner, you know that your commercial roof is one of the most important parts of your building. It protects your employees, inventory, and customers from the elements. However, severe storms can damage even the most robust commercial roofing systems, leaving your building vulnerable to leaks, water damage, and other issues. Here are some of the steps a commercial roofing contractor can take to repair storm damage and protect your business. Read More 

A Custom Modular Home Can Be Built Faster Than A Site-Built Home Without Sacrificing Quality

If you have your own lot and you're ready to build a home on it, consider the advantages of custom modular homes. These homes are built to the same codes as site-built homes, and you can customize them to fit your needs. Here's a look at why you might prefer a custom modular home over a home built on your site. Modular Homes Have Benefits One nice benefit of a modular home is that it can be built fast. Read More 

4 Occasions When You Should Schedule Commercial Drain Cleaning Services

Commercial properties like restaurants, office buildings, and stores have different plumbing needs compared to residential homes. From large grease traps to complex sewage systems, it's essential for a commercial property to have its plumbing system serviced regularly. One of the best ways to maintain a functioning and clean plumbing system is to schedule commercial drain cleaning services. Here are four occasions when you should book drain cleaning services.  After Installing a Grease Trap Read More 

4 Common Issues That Affect Steeply Pitched Roofs

Steeply pitched roofs look wonderful and they have quite a few benefits, such as improved energy efficiency and the ability to shed moisture quickly. There are also a few specific concerns pertaining to a steeper-pitched roof. A roofing service can help you to combat the following issues. 1. Drain Path Problems Blockages in the drain path along the pitch can lead to water accumulation. Everything from a rooftop vent stack to the top edge of a skylight can interfere with water flow down the pitch. Read More 

Residential Fire Demolition Projects

A residential fire occurring on your land could result in needing a partial renovation or a full renovation in order to get your property back into a livable state. You will need to consult with an insurance adjuster and a contractor during the demolition project that you seek. Safety Concerns First, you will need a professional opinion concerning the status of your home. A fire marshal, an insurance adjuster, and a demolition contractor may each perform a preliminary inspection of your property. Read More