5 Steps For Planning A Wireless Tower Construction Project

Posted on: 26 August 2019

If you are looking to build a wireless tower in a certain area or if you are just curious about how the process goes, you will probably need to know about these steps. These are some of the main steps that have to be taken for this type of project. 1. Determining the Best Location The first step to planning a wireless tower construction project is choosing the right location. You'll need to find a location where there is enough land available for the project and where coverage will be provided for as many people as possible. [Read More]

Going Green: Building A More Eco-Friendly Custom Home

Posted on: 12 July 2019

Building a custom home gives you an incredible opportunity to use green building materials and energy-saving design features. You can have a more positive impact on the environment while creating your dream home. Here are some ideas to consider as you begin to shop for a custom home builder and plan your new construction project. Hire A Green Home Builder The first step in building a green home is to use a builder who is familiar with sustainable products and practices. [Read More]

Installing A Fence On A Slope: Two Factors To Consider

Posted on: 31 May 2019

If your property is on a hill or other sloped surface, you can still have a fence installed on the property. However, keep in mind that there are certain measures you'll need to deal with that you would be able to avoid with a fence installation on a flat surface. Learn more about these measures so that you will be better prepared for your new fence installation. Safety and Security [Read More]

Remodeling: Preventing Problems

Posted on: 6 March 2019

You may have purchased your property with the thought that you'd eventually remodel one or more rooms. When your budget is finally at the point where you can undertake such a project, you may already have some swatches and samples in mind. Before too many plans are made, however, these project actions are required to prevent financial and other remodeling problems.  Handling Structural Issues First A smart assessment of the floors, pipes, walls, and similar house elements can prevent remodeling from becoming disastrous. [Read More]