construction--contractors

Protecting Your Road Crew With A Crash Truck Or Traffic Attenuator Rental

Working on the road comes with some safety concerns, but some situations require people to be in the street while traffic is passing by. There are many ways to keep your crew safe, and renting a traffic attenuator or crash truck is an excellent option to consider.  Crash Trucks A crash truck rental is an excellent way to add an obstacle between the drivers on the road and the work crew. Read More 

How Do You Control The Dust Produced When Refinishing A Hardwood Floor?

Wood floor refinishing is a great way to revitalize your hardwood floors, but it has the downside of generating a substantial amount of wood dust. In order to refinish the floor, a small layer of wood needs to be sanded off from the top of the floor. All of this wood ends up as dust carried throughout the air in your home. If you don't take measures to control the dust, you'll likely have to dust and vacuum your entire home after sanding your floor. Read More 

Asphalt Paving Driveway Installation: Homeowner Questions

Asphalt paving a driveway can create one of the most stable and durable surfaces for traveling to and from your home. If you are looking into new asphalt pavement installation on your property, you are bound to have a few questions. Here is a look at just a few of the general questions most property owners have and the answers you should know.  Can you install new asphalt pavement over old, existing pavement? Read More 

Three Reasons To Choose Round Deck Railings

If you've hired a contractor to build a deck for you, one of the topics that will come up is the style of the deck railings. There are many designs for you to consider, especially if you're going with wooden railings. While many people favor wide, flat railings, another option is a round shape. Your deck contractor can show you several options for round railings that will complement your overall deck design. Read More 

3 Tips For Budgeting For A Custom Home Building Job

Custom home construction work is a chance to do some amazing things. While it's great to be excited about the process, you also need to take a very rigorous approach to creating and maintaining a budget. Here are three tips that will help you to manage the money that will go into your project. Find a Contractor First It's tempting to think you should create a budget and then hand it to a contractor. Read More