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How to Save Money on Major Home Repairs

It’s time for a necessary home repair. Problems such as foundation issues, sinking concrete, sump pump failures—you name it!—can sneak up on us. Heck, even if you’ve known for a while that an expense was coming, why pay more than you have to? The best thing you can do is be informed. ...

Impact of Summer Climate on Your Concrete

Did you know that concrete poured at four inches thick expands at a quarter inch per 100 feet? While that might not sound like a lot, it can have a big impact on the appearance and life of your concrete. All concrete expands and contracts as temperatures rise and fall. The more extreme the temperature, the more extreme the movement — which is a major contributor to the formation of stress cracks and other damage. So, what’s the catch? Is it expensive?...

Does Your Concrete Have Freeze-Thaw Cycle Damage?

Did you know that concrete poured at four inches thick expands at a quarter inch per 100 feet? While that might not sound like a lot, it can have a big impact on the appearance and life of your concrete. All concrete expands and contracts as temperatures rise and fall. The more extreme the temperature, the more extreme the movement — which is a major contributor to the formation of stress cracks and other damage. So, what’s the catch? Is it expensive?...

Remodeling During a Pandemic: What You Need To Know To Stay Safe

After spending more time than usual around your home this past year, you’ve likely noticed some things that you want to change, like a cramped kitchen or outdated master bathroom. While COVID-19 is still a valid concern any time a new person enters your home, with a remodeling project like the kitchen or bathroom, there’s really no way around having a contractor’s team inside your home. Take a look at our list of precautions that you can take to keep...

Tax Season Is Remodel Season: Be Smart About How You Invest Your Tax Return Into Your Home

If you are one of the many people expecting a tax return check from the IRS, consider using this money on home improvement projects. There are many home improvement projects that can increase the value of your home. This means you will be able to sell your home at a higher price when you’re ready to move, but if you’re not planning on moving in the near future, these upgrades can still be made today. Before you start renovating, it is...

PolyLevel Lifts Concrete Like Magic… But Is It Environmentally Friendly?

We’ve all seen PolyLevel videos on YouTube and Facebook: heavy sunken concrete driveway slabs moving back up to their original position as if lifted by some supernatural force. It’s fun and fascinating to watch. So, what’s the catch? Is it expensive? No, not particularly. Is it rare? Nope. As an exclusive dealer, we’ve got all the PolyLevel you’ll ever need. Aha! It’s probably bad for the environment, right? Actually, no. READ MORE...

5 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

Falling temperatures in the last few weeks have given us a reminder that winter is just around the corner. Winter weather can present problems for homeowners, but with a little bit of preparation, you can make your home more efficient and prevent disaster from happening. READ MORE...

4 Home Improvements That Add Value

There’s no question that the last few months have been challenging. Most of us have spent more time in our homes during the last six months than we have since we moved in. Whether you are making upgrades or planning to list your home for sale, you want to spend your money wisely, so here are four home improvement projects that will add value to your home. READ MORE...

3 Easy Ways to Check for Mold in Your Home

As spring rains give way to summer heat and humidity, the mid-Atlantic region becomes the perfect climate for growing mold. Exposure to mold can pose several health risks such as throat irritation, nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing, as well as skin irritation in some cases. Long-term exposure can lead to more serious conditions....

3 Important Questions to Ask Your Contractor About Cleaning and Disinfecting During COVID-19

After several weeks of being shut down or staying at home, you are ready to re-open your business, but you want to be sure you are protecting your employees, your customers, and yourself. We know that there is no product on the market that has been laboratory tested to be 100% effective against this virus. It is just too new. Therefore, it is best to work with professionals who understand the many variables that come into play when trying to...