Judith Caldwell

How To Save Money On Your Renovation With A General Contractor

28 February 2023
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Renovating your home can be an exciting yet overwhelming process, especially when it comes to managing costs. Hiring a general contractor can help save you money in the long run and ensure your renovation is completed efficiently and to your satisfaction. If you have never organized a renovation before or worked with any kind of construction project at all, then you probably will need some sort of professional help, and a general contractor should be the first place that you start. Read More …

Concrete Leveling: From Uneven Floors To Safe And Sturdy Surfaces

9 February 2023
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Concrete leveling, also known as concrete lifting or mud jacking, is the process of raising sunken or uneven concrete surfaces to their original position. This method is a cost-effective alternative to concrete replacement, as it not only improves the appearance of the surface but also enhances its safety and stability. If you have noticed any signs of sinking or settling concrete at your home or business, it is important to address these issues promptly to avoid potential safety hazards and further damage. Read More …

Planning To Install New Gutters? 3 Things To Know

31 January 2023
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your home's gutter system has an important role. Gutters are attached to your roof and connected to downspouts to move water away from your home. The downspouts then move water away from your home's foundation. Without a proper gutter system, your home could end up with significant water damage. If your gutters are damaged or nearing the end of their useful lifespan, it's time for new ones. Here are a few things to know about gutter installation. Read More …

Mistakes To Avoid When Buying A Walk-In Bathtub

17 January 2023
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Walk-in tubs are primarily designed for people who have limited mobility. These bathtubs have a low-entry threshold allowing you to bathe in privacy without assistance. When shopping for a walk-in bathtub, avoid the following mistakes. Wrong Measurements When choosing a walk-in bathtub, measure the seat width and soaking depth. To find the appropriate seat width, measure your body's widest point. The seat width should be wider than the bather. The greater the soaking depth, the more water you will require to fill it. Read More …

Window Replacement Project? 3 Ways Using Double Glazing Windows Can Help Reduce Utility Bills

6 January 2023
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Most homeowners work to cut their heating and cooling bills by insulating their ceiling, sealing the spaces between the floorboards, using draught-proofing strips on their doors, and using a removable chimney balloon. However, most people often overlook the windows. That's because most people do not know that the type of windows in their homes determines how much energy the HVAC consumes. Here are three ways that double-glazing window replacement can help reduce energy consumption. Read More …