Why Soft Story Retrofitting Is Important For Your Home

If you are the owner of a multi-story home, and if you live in an area where earthquakes are not an uncommon occurrence, you should determine whether or not your home has a soft story. Basically, this means that your home has multiple levels and that one of the lower levels is not strong enough to hold the rest of the home, particularly in the event of an earthquake. Many people think about soft story retrofitting for commercial buildings or multi-family homes, but it's something to look into as someone who owns a single-family home, too. Read More 

5 Ways to Prepare Your New Home for Future Lockdowns

Are you planning to build a home in 2020? For many Americans, the next two or more years are likely to involve a lot more time spent at home than was expected a few months ago. If you foresee that your home will be a much larger part of your days, should you adjust your building plans to include this new direction? The answer is yes, and here are a few ways to do that. Read More 

Have A Great Time Designing Your Custom Home

If you are planning out the layout you would like for a home you want to have custom built for you, then you are likely asking yourself a lot of questions regarding the design you want. One thing you may be trying to decide is how you are going to want to deal with the design of the living room, dining area, and kitchen. Since this is your chance to have your dream home, you should be sure you make the right choices. Read More 

Buying A New Plot Of Land? 2 Tips To Ensure You Are Happy With Your Purchase

If you are buying a new plot of land, you know how much money this is going to cost you. Because of this, you need to ensure that you purchase land that will work best for you. To help you do this, below are two tips you should follow. Things to Consider You need to determine how many acres you need and if you can afford the land at the size that you require. Read More 

The Most Common Types Of Commercial Steel Building Damage

There are many different types of wall damage a commercial steel building can suffer. Just a few of the most common issues include the following: rusting panels pushed-out or dented perimeter wall panels damage from delivery trucks While none of these things will lead to the demise of the building, they do take away from its aesthetic and will shorten its overall life. For this reason, having a professional contractor repair the damage should always be a priority. Read More