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Have you ever paid attention to just how much work the average contractor can get done in a day? They seem to work at lightning speed, but it's not because they are cutting corners. It's because they are experts, and in many cases, they are experts with a lot of experience. You could install cabinets, lay flooring, or wire a light fixture pretty quickly, too, if you had done it 500 times before! Because we really admire both the speed and dexterity with which contractors are able to work, we decided to write more about this topic for readers like you. You'll find those articles here.

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2 Signs It’s Time To Replace The Boiler Pump In Your Business’s Central Heating System

If your business utilizes a boiler as the heart of its heating system, you may have noticed lately that the building is no longer getting as warm as it should. While the boiler itself is responsible for generating the steam necessary to produce heat, the pump within the boiler's system is what delivers the water needed to produce that steam. When the pump fails, the boiler is no longer able to work correctly. Read More 

2 Benefits Of Hiring A GPR Concrete Scanning Service Before Beginning Construction Over An Old Site

While surveying the area for a job, you may have discovered that there are remnants of an old building on the site. While the building may be gone, a large concrete slab is still in place that you will need to break through and remove. Before you start the job, you need to take steps to know what is underneath the slab. While property records and blueprints can give you some idea, you will need to have more accurate readings. Read More 

A Home Site Clearing Contractor Gets Rid Of Mature Trees, Tangled Brush, And Boulders

If you bought a parcel of land to build a home on, you may need to clear the land before construction begins. A construction contractor usually wants your lot to be cleared down to the bare soil where your house will be built. They'll also want a wide enough border that heavy equipment can work from all sides of your house. If your lot is small, that could entail clearing your entire lot. Read More 

Bringing An Old Chimney Back Into Service? Safety Tips For Homeowners

As the cost of electricity, propane, natural gas, and heating oil continues to rise, many homeowners are looking for alternate ways to help heat their homes. For some, it may be time to consider the possibility of bringing an old chimney back into service so that a fireplace or wood-burning stove could be used.    Before taking that step, however, homeowners will want to have a better understanding of the potential safety issues they may experience and how they might overcome them. Read More 

Signs To Get Your Roof Repaired

A home roof is probably one of the most essential parts of a house. As a result, you'll need a solid roof with integrity and strength. While a new roof offers these qualities, older roofs might lose their strength and integrity over time and from rain, wind, and heat. So how do you know when your roof might need some work? Here are some signs to know about that can tell you when to call a home roofing contractor. Read More