Construction Contractors

4 Reasons To Choose Asphalt Instead Of Concrete

Whether you are trying to choose a surface for your new driveway or fixing up the parking lot of your business, asphalt paving is a great choice. Here are four reasons that you should consider asphalt instead of concrete in order to create a functional and great looking driveway, road, or patio. 1: Lifespan If you are looking for a worry-free ground covering that you don't need to pay much attention to, look no further than asphalt. Read More 

Natural Comfort Reigns: Top Six Building And Design Trends

Trends in the 2014 home building arena demonstrate a dynamic mix of convention and innovation. One thing is certain: people are more focused than ever on choosing homes which suit their contemporary living needs and honor the modern family. Read on to learn about six of the top trends happening right now in the world of design and construction. 1. Green Building More and more people are trying to incorporate " Read More 

Instant Curb Appeal: How A New Garage Door Can Boost Your Home’s Value

The arrival of summertime means that we are entering home selling/buying season full-swing. You may not realize it, but your garage door carries a lot of weight when it comes to adding value to your home. In fact, according to Remodeling Magazine's 2014 Cost vs.Value Report, replacing the garage door was ranked as one of the lowest-cost home improvements among projects with a high return on investment.  If you are looking to sell your home this season and want to get the most out of your investment, here are some ways that replacing your garage door can add value to your home today:  Read More 

6 Design Tips For Creating The Perfect Rooftop Patio

A flat roof offers endless design possibilities as well as extra living space. Whether you want to entertain guests or create a peaceful respite for solitary relaxation, following are 6 tips for designing your rooftop patio. 1. Add some greenery. From potted ferns and hanging vines to herb or vegetable gardens, plants add life to your rooftop patio. They also lower temperatures during the summer and create more oxygen in the surrounding space. Read More 

Cut Your Cooling Costs With These Five Roofing Options

The first line of defense that your home has against the sun and heat buildup is the roof. Your home's roof should repel the sun's rays instead of absorbing and transferring the heat indoors. Before you turn up the air conditioner, consider investing in one of the top five heat-efficient roofing materials. Slate Tile Slate became a common roofing material in Europe centuries ago. It is durable enough to hold up to the demands of the environment, and it has a long lifespan. Read More