Tips For Planting A Lawn For New Construction

Whether you are simply purchasing a newly constructed home or having your own custom home built, you may find yourself with barren ground instead of a lawn or garden. Unfortunately, you can't just spread some seeds and expect to end up with a lush, green landscape. The following tips will help you create a healthy yard from scratch. Tip #1: Till deeply Before you begin to improve the soil or plant anything, run your motorized cultivator across the lawn. Read More 

Three Simple Remodeling Projects That Can Enhance Your Commercial Space

Making the decision to invest in a commercial remodel can be challenging. Determining which types of remodeling projects will provide the best return on your investment can seem overwhelming. It's important to recognize that increasing your company's success doesn't require a major renovation. Here are three simple remodeling projects that could have a major impact on your company's bottom line in the future. 1. Add more lighting to your commercial space. Read More 

Update The Old Flooring In Your Home With Hardwood Flooring

When you purchase a home that has horrible carpeting throughout it, it is important to take the time to update the flooring in the house before you move into it. If you move everything into the house and then decide to change the flooring, you will have to deal with the hassle of moving around furniture as you try to have the flooring replaced. If you are looking for long-lasting, beautiful flooring, consider having the entire home refloored with beautiful hardwood flooring. Read More 

3 Things To Remember When Designing Roads For Your Neighborhood

If you are a part of the planning stages of a neighborhood in your area, you might be working on designing the roads that will lead into, around and out of the community. This can be a tough job, since you probably want to ensure that the roads are put in properly the first time rather than having to make expensive and disruptive changes later on. Luckily, keeping a few things in mind can help you design the roads in your neighborhood in the right way. Read More 

Putting a Sump Pump in Your Crawlspace: What It Will Achieve

When crawlspaces are wet and messy and essentially become quite useless for storage, you may want to get them waterproofed and dried out. It is not just the crawlspace that gets water damage; the water damage can also leak into your home if you let it go unchecked. One option, installing a sump pump in the crawlspace, may seem like it would not do well or achieve much. Actually, as the following will show, a sump pump in a crawlspace can achieve a lot. Read More