3 Steps For A Clogged Drain

Posted on: 21 June 2017

It can be a terrible experience finding out that you have a clogged drain. Most of the time it is going to occur from hair getting caught in a curved part of the pipe. However, there are much more serious types of clogged pipes. It is possible that the clogged pipe is actually kinked or collapsed. Having a clogged drain can mean many different things, and approaching the clog with a few different methods is the safest and most cost efficient way to solve the problem. [Read More]

Retrofitting a Big Box Store for Your Business? What Should You Keep in Mind?

Posted on: 13 June 2017

Unless you've been on a media hiatus for the past few years, you've likely heard stories about the struggles experienced by many popular "big box" retailers. Lagging consumer demand for certain products combined with the ability to order other household goods online with free shipping has led many big box retailers to abandon these large buildings for sale to a secondary user. This can be a boon to local business owners who may have the opportunity to purchase a sizable space for much less than it would cost to construct from scratch. [Read More]

Prepare Your Roof So Squirrels Stay Away

Posted on: 3 June 2017

One of the most frustrating aspects of caring for a home is dealing with squirrels and keeping them off your roof. This can be difficult to achieve completely, but you can definitely reduce the number that end up scurrying around overhead on your house. Your roof and its surroundings are ground zero for a squirrel invasion unless you take steps to block those squirrels at every turn, and luckily, there are some very good tactics you can use now, starting with the paths to your roof. [Read More]

4 Simple Maintenance Tasks That Will Keep Your Shingles from Peeling & Chipping

Posted on: 25 May 2017

As your shingle roof ages, you may begin to notice that some of the shingles start peeling and chipping away. Before long, leaks will develop when the shingles are compromised, and you'll end up with water in your attic and mold damage to your insulation. Whether your roof is still in great shape or it's beginning to show some signs of wear, it's important to take steps to slow down the deterioration and break down of your shingles. [Read More]