When Water Isn't Safe: Understanding A Boil Water Advisory

Sometimes, in times of emergency or natural disasters, the infrastructure that handles, treats, and transports water can become compromised. When this occurs, the government of the area may issue a boil water advisory. This means that water must be boiled before it is consumed, because it may be contaminated with chemicals, viruses, or harmful bacteria. While this may seem simple, there are some things you should know in case you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to boil water to make it potable. [Read More]

3 Ways To Spruce Up Your Concrete Driveway

After you finish building your custom home, the last thing you might want to do is grace your driveway with boring gray concrete. However, if you don't have thousands of dollars to pay for real stone, you might be wondering how to make the area look nice. Here are three ways to spruce up your concrete driveway, so that you can create a gorgeous, streamlined appearance. 1: Get it Stamped [Read More]

6 Unusual Uses For Dumpsters

When you think about dumpster rental, you probably envision a large, rolling unit behind your favorite store or near an apartment complex. If you like home renovation shows on television, you might picture the larger, roll-off versions that are delivered to the work site via semi truck and picked up at a later, predetermined time once they are full of construction debris. There are other uses for dumpsters, however weird they may be. [Read More]

5 Common Myths About Foam Roof Maintenance

Foam roofing has earned a mixed reputation over the last decade. It remains a good option for improving the insulation of a flat or low slope roof without costly improvements, but it also requires regular upkeep to stay in good shape and protect the rest of the home from moisture. Learn more information about the five most common myths spread about maintaining foam roof coatings before you invest in this treatment for your own home or business. [Read More]