Hire A Trenching Contractor To Make Installing A French Drain Easier

If your property has problems with standing water and soggy soil after it rains, you should consider installing a French drain to move water toward the street or an irrigation ditch. Moving water to a different location is even more important if the standing water is near the foundation of your house. Installing a French drain isn't complicated, but it's a lot of work unless you hire a trenching contractor to dig the trench for you. [Read More]

How Do You Know If An Old Chimney Needs To Be Restored?

When you take a look at an old house, you are bound to discover at least one fireplace or two, which means you should also see something else: at least one chimney. As the owner of an older home, you probably already view the existing chimney as an admirable architectural feature that you would like to keep around. Unfortunately, really old chimneys can fall into major disrepair as they get old and go through season after season of use, and this can result in a safety hazard for your house. [Read More]

Septic Tank Problems That Can Lead To Damage And Disruptions

A damaged septic tank can pose a significant threat to your property. For the most part, a modern septic tank will be highly reliable, and it is likely to go many years without suffering any type of malfunctions. However, it is important to be prepared for the most common issues a septic tank is likely to encounter. Leaks A leaking septic tank can pose major health and environmental hazard. For those that have a water well as their source of water, this can lead to permanent contamination of it. [Read More]

3 Possible Problems With Installing Your Own Spray Foam Insulation

You might know that spray foam insulation can help you keep your home airtight, which is good for energy conservation reasons and can even help with things like preventing moisture-related damage and preventing pests. If you've thought about installing it yourself, you have to know about the possible problems that can go along with installing your own spray foam insulation. These are some of the possible problems that might arise during or after installation. [Read More]