Building A Business, Literally, From Your Own Garage: 7 Ways To Customize The Structure For Smashing Success

Posted on: 6 August 2019

The world's richest man, Jeff Bezos, began his business, Amazon, right out of his own garage, as did another very wealthy and successful individual, Bill Gates, of Microsoft stardom. If dreams of starting your own business, from the humble confines of your unused garage are filling your head, why not do something about it? Why not actually empty out that dusty garage and begin building the world's next great business?  [Read More]

5 Simple Siding Materials That Work For Any Tiny House Lovers

Posted on: 28 June 2019

The tiny house movement is picking up steam in the United States. While it has been percolating in the fringes since the early 1970s, the tiny house movement has drawn more national attention as both families hurt by the recession and millennials looking to have less of a carbon footprint were drawn to the idea of downsizing — extreme downsizing. Tiny houses are anything less than 1,000 square feet, and often less than 500 square feet. [Read More]

Drain Snake Or Hydro-Jetting? The Key To Clearing A Clogged Drain

Posted on: 22 May 2019

Drains are among the most commonly used features in a residential setting. Whether you are washing your hands, taking a shower, or doing a load of laundry, water and waste will exit your home through a series of drains. Clogged drains are a common problem homeowners must face. Specialized tools are often required to clear out large clogs and restore the proper flow of water once again. Two of these special tools are a drain snake and hydro-jetting. [Read More]

Designing Your New Home? 3 Reasons To Choose A Truss Roof

Posted on: 1 April 2019

If you're in the process of designing your new home, talk to your contractor about a truss roof. Unlike traditional roofs that are constructed onsite, truss roofs are constructed off-site and brought to your home. There are a number of advantages to choosing a truss roof for your home. Here are three of those benefits for you to consider. They're Less Expensive If you're going to build your home, you want to make sure that you get the most for your money. [Read More]