Overseeing Residential Construction Projects

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Overseeing Residential Construction Projects

Whether building a new home or revamping an old one, it feels good to be able to rely on an experienced contractor to make sure the job gets done right. But just because you have a professional by your side doesn't mean that you shouldn't have an understanding of how your construction project should be handled. If you don't know what to expect from your contractor, their team, and even your own efforts during construction, you won't know whether anything important is being overlooked or that labor production is inefficiant. This blog was designed to provide visitors like you with the tips, tricks, insights, and guidelines that are needed to successfully oversee any type of construction project. Thanks for stopping by!


4 Signs Of Home Electrical Problems

29 March 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

The symptoms of home electrical problems are not always easy to notice for the average homeowner. Here are four signs that you should hire an electrician to inspect your home's wiring. Frequent Breaker Tripping Your home's breakers are designed to protect your home from fire by shutting off a circuit before excess current causes the wiring to overheat. If a breaker is tripping frequently, this can either mean that the breaker is going bad or the circuit is regularly being overloaded. Read More …

Speed Up Dinnertime Prep By Strategically Placing Your Kitchen Accessories

7 March 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Cooking homemade dinners takes time -- something many people are pressed for. While it's impossible to instantly have a home-cooked dinner, there are ways to reduce how long making an evening meal takes. If you're the cook in your family, here are some ways to speed up the dinner-making process by simply rearranging where your kitchen accessories are located. Store Pots and Pans Near the Stove and Oven Since pots and pans are almost exclusively used to cook on the stove and in the oven, they should be kept near your stove and oven. Read More …

How to Rehabilitate Your Sliding Patio Door’s Track to Restore Speed and Smoothness to Its Functioning

11 February 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Sliding patio doors work beautifully when new, but over time, they will often gradually lose their ability to slide smoothly and evenly. It is not unusual to attribute this loss of smooth functioning to worn-out or damaged rollers; however, while those are the causes in some cases, it is just as likely to be the door track that is causing trouble. Bent, warped, corroded, or worn-down tracks prevent rollers from moving smoothly, and they can cause doors to stick or jam during operation. Read More …

Tips For Avoiding Clogged Drain Disasters In Your Home

26 January 2016
 Categories: , Articles

The plumbing drain pipes in your house take a lot of abuse on a regular basis. Everything that you flush or send down the sink drains end up in your home's primary drain pipe. This can often lead to clogs from the accumulation of debris, grease and hair in the pipe. The best way to avoid a complete disaster with your home's plumbing system is to protect the pipes from potential contaminants. Read More …

Want To Be An Indepedent Roofer? Purchase The Right Fall Protection Equipment

29 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Experienced roofers are always in demand for installation, reroofing and repair work. If you want to work in the industry and take advantage of the ample job opportunities as an independent roofer, you simply need to be at least 18, have a high school diploma and be in good physical condition. However, before you can begin training under experienced roofers and picking up work as a freelancer, you need to invest in safety gear that will protect you from falls. Read More …