How To Restore Your Old Concrete Patio

If you've recently bought a house you love, but it has an ugly, cracked patio, you don't have to despair. It may not be necessary to rip it out and replace it with new concrete. A contractor can usually repair concrete slabs and make them look even better than new by adding dye and stamps. Here's what it entails. Assess The Base As long as the base under the patio is still compacted and in good shape, the concrete can probably be repaired. [Read More]

What To Do If You Don't Qualify To Finance Heavy Equipment

If you have been looking to acquire heavy equipment for your construction business, you might have applied for financing to help you pay for the purchase. Even though this can be a good option for some companies, it isn't an option for every construction business. If your company is already in a lot of debt, if you don't have good personal credit or if you aren't bringing in a lot of income from your business right now, you might have found that you got turned down to finance the equipment that you wanted to purchase. [Read More]

Do Your Trees Look Fine After The Hurricane? 3 Potential Hazards They Might Have Been Exposed To

After a hurricane, you might think that your trees are safe if they're still standing. However, that's not necessarily true. In fact, hurricanes can bring damage to your trees that you might not have even thought about. Unfortunately, those unknown risks can cause severe damage, even death to your trees. That's why it's so important that you have your trees inspected as soon as you have the opportunity. With professional care, your trees may be able to be saved. [Read More]

2 Signs Your Home's Main Sewer Line Is Clogged Up

If you have noticed that your home's drains have not been emptying completely, you may wonder whether you have a clog within the house's pipes or the main line going to the sewer. If so, look for the following signs that the blockage lies somewhere inside your home's main sewer line: Drains in Several Rooms Are Affected One sign that your main sewer line is clogged up is that the drains in several of your rooms are affected. [Read More]