Designing Your Seawall

Posted on: 8 December 2020
If your property is on the receiving end of crashing waves that erode soil and make land crumble, a seawall is a necessary investment. These walls take the brunt of the waves' force and protect your land and the structures on it. Designing a seawall requires engineering know-how and serious consideration of the layout of the land and ocean and the size and strength of the waves and potential flooding that could affect the area.
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Crawl Space Waterproofing Keeps More Than Just Water Out

Posted on: 4 December 2020
If you have a lot of water in your crawl space, then it makes sense that you would want to have your crawl space waterproofed. You can have the walls lined with plastic, have cracks and crevices sealed, and also have the floor poured with concrete or another impervious substance. As long as these processes are done properly, they should keep the water out. But that's not all that a good crawl space waterproofing job will keep out.
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Why Your Should Keep Your House's Exterior Coating Or Paint Job In Good Order

Posted on: 18 November 2020
When it comes to home maintenance and repair, you probably spend a lot of time as a homeowner thinking about your plumbing, electrical system, or other parts of your home's interior. But as a homeowner, you should also be paying attention to the outside of your house, and that includes your exterior paint job or exterior coating. Here's how a fresh coating or a touchup of your existing job can benefit you now and into the future.
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Time For A New Roof? How To Avoid Miscommunications With Your Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 6 November 2020
If you need to have a new roof installed on your house, you want to take steps to avoid problems with your roofing contractor. The best way to do that is to ensure clear communication between you and your contractor. Miscommunications can lead to serious problems, especially when it comes to installing your new roof. Here are some simple steps you can take to avoid problems and miscommunications with your roofing contractor.
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