The Importance of InsulationThe Importance of Insulation

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The Importance of Insulation

After living in our first home for a few years, my wife and I could tell that something was wrong. It was exceptionally difficult to regulate our indoor climate, and we constantly found ourselves adjusting the thermostat. Our house was perpetually uncomfortable, and it was really frustrating. Fortunately, because we decided to hire a professional HVAC contractor to inspect our system, we were able to detect serious insulation problems early. We decided that it might be helpful to make a website dedicated to providing free information about heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, so that other people could recognize serious issues.


What You Should Know About Drainfield Repair

If you live in an area that cannot connect to municipal wastewater services, chances are you have a septic system. Septic systems are typically made up of a septic tank and a drainfield. Both the septic tank and the septic tank drainfield work together to deal with the waste from your home. Septic systems are designed to work for years before replacement is required. However, you may end up needing repairs at some point. Read More 

3 Reasons To Rent A Crash Truck During Road Construction

Highways and freeways are filled with more vehicles than ever before. The steady stream of traffic traveling down these public roadways is often sustained throughout the night. This leaves construction crews with a unique problem: doing road work and repairs while vehicles speed by. To combat the increase in traffic, many construction companies rely on crash trucks to keep crew members and drivers safe. A crash truck is a specialized vehicle that is fitted with a truck-mounted impact attenuator. Read More 

Rocky Landscaping with Waterless Hardscaping Using Stone and River Rocks

The modern landscaping design for your home can be many different design options. One of the options you will want to consider for greener, environmentally friendly landscaping is a waterless design. This can be accomplished with the right hardscaping and natural features like river rock or stone. The following ideas use river rock and stone to create natural-looking features: Stone Gardens for Attractive Plant Alternatives One of the first options that you will want to consider for waterless landscaping design is an attractive stone garden. Read More 

Why A Custom House Can Be A Good Idea For A First-Time Homebuyer

If you are preparing to purchase a home for the first time, you might be looking at homes that have already been built. After all, you might assume that only more well-established and experienced homeowners have custom homes built. However, this is not the case at all. A custom house can actually be a good purchase for a first-time homebuyer like you for the following reasons and more. You Can Get Truly Excited About Your Purchase Read More 

Four Waterproofing Tasks To Do Before Finishing Your Basement

If you are ready to expand the living space in your home but aren't willing to build an addition, then finishing the basement is your best option. Before you start making plans and bringing in the crews to install wallboards, flooring, and ceilings, you first need to make sure that there are no hidden moisture problems to deal with. 1: Inspect Wooden Supports and Beams Many basements have wood support beams throughout that help hold up the rafters and beams that create the ground floor of the home. Read More