3 Things You Should Know About Wood Countertops

Posted on: 18 July 2017

Are you tired of the existing counters in your kitchen? Are you thinking about installing a different type of countertop to give your kitchen a fresh, new look? Installing a countertop made of wood can be a beautiful alternative to the tile or Formica countertops that you may currently have in your kitchen. However, they do require a different level of care than you may be used to. It's not necessarily more difficult to have a countertop of wood, but there are still a few things that you may want to be aware of first:
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Two Reasons Why Asphalt May Crack And What You Can Do To Minimize It

Posted on: 22 February 2017

An asphalt surface may crack as it is used. However, while you cannot prevent every single crack in this type of surface, there are steps that can be done to minimize the amount of cracks that may develop in your asphalt surface. Here are a few of the common reasons why asphalt surfaces may crack and what you can do to minimize this issue. An Improper Asphalt Thickness One of the reasons why an asphalt surface may crack is because the asphalt is not thick enough for the conditions in which you are subjecting it to.
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Blasting for a Foundation

Posted on: 15 February 2017

Sometimes, the best place to build your home is going to be a hard place to access. You may have looked around for a home for a long time, and then just decided to build your own. In some instances, the plot that you purchased to build your home will need to be excavated. This can mean a couple of different things when looking at putting a house on your land.
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Why Your Well Pump Isn't Working

Posted on: 13 February 2017

One of the worst things to discover with your well pump is a completely dead well. In this situation, you are unable to pump any water from your well. The pump may need to be replaced entirely, but before you do this, you should try to determine why your well is dead. No Power When there is no water at all, the first thing to do is to make sure that the pump is actually connected to a power source.
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