Three Ways To Troubleshoot A Clogged Kitchen Sink

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Kitchen sink clogs can be messy and frustrating, but there are a few things you can do on your own to get the water flowing freely through your plumbing system. Use this guide to help troubleshoot your kitchen sink issues, and be prepared to call a plumber if you find there is a more serious problem with your kitchen drains. Use A Plunger Your plunger isn't just for use with your toilet. [Read More]

Upgrading Your Master Bath: Creating A Spa-Like Atmosphere

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Your master bathroom is your space to relax and get away from the stress of everyday life. If you are considering a bathroom remodel, here are a few things you can do to transform your master bathroom into your own personal spa retreat. With the help of your contractor, you can create a luxurious space you'll want to spend time in every day. Separate Shower Enclosure Instead of using a shower/tub combination, add a separate shower enclosure to your master bath. [Read More]

A Beginner's Guide To Intelligent Compaction

Posted on: 2 September 2016

Intelligent compaction represents a revolutionary means of increasing the stability--and thus reducing the long term repair costs--of asphalt pavement. Yet, because this technique is still gaining traction in the United States, many construction professionals still don't understand the basic ideas behind it. If you would like to improve your knowledge of contemporary paving techniques, read on. This article will teach you about how intelligent compaction works. The Basic Idea Compaction density is a key factor when it comes to the longevity of an asphalt surface. [Read More]

Bamboo Building Materials: Benefits And Issues

Posted on: 8 August 2016

Bamboo is popular for many types of residential and commercial building materials: flooring, walls and trusses can all be constructed from this strong and lightweight material. But how do you know if bamboo is the right building material for your project? Benefits of Bamboo Bamboo has been used in building materials in the U.S. for more than a decade. It's mostly popular for flooring, although there are many potential uses for bamboo instead of hardwoods, including support columns and interior walls. [Read More]