Construct This: A Contractor's Blog

Construct This: A Contractor's Blog

  • Why Now Is A Great Time To Have Your Aistream Renovated

    Airstreams have been a popular part of American travel for decades and there are quite literally tens of thousands of them sprawled across the country. Ranging from compact trailers to huge caravans, there have been many styles over the decades and each comes with its own challenges for longevity. After a certain amount of off-road travel and constant use, every airstream will start to look a bit worse for wear, but that does not mean the end of its life is near.

  • Why Directional Boring Makes Sense For Populated Areas

    Most Americans live in at least a semi-populated area if not a town or a city. This can cause some problems when it comes time to renovate or upgrade your house. It is not easy to complete a new construction process while in the midst of an ever-moving and active urban environment. This is especially true for digging holes underground. Not only does earthmoving require a lot of heavy machinery and time, but it can also be very obnoxious for those who live around you.

  • Top Key Benefits Of Custom Wood Made Buildings

    As one of the historic building materials, wood has existed for thousands of years and used for ancient generations as construction material.  Best known for thermal, electrical, aesthetic, and mechanical properties, custom-made wood buildings bear a significant benefit to their users and owners. Whether it's a building's entire construct or a remodeling project that incorporates wood, here are the benefits that await you. Energy Saving and Insulation Wood works in an opposite manner compared to other building structures.

  • Why Clogged Drains Should Always Be Dealt With ASAP

    Everyone has experienced a clogged drain or two in their time, as it is a phenomenon that is virtually impossible to completely prevent. However, for those living alone or who are on the younger side of things, it can be tempting to leave a clogged drain for a while, just to see if it unclogs itself or simply because of laziness. If you live in a house big enough where you can simply use a different area and not engage the clogged drains, then sometimes that is exactly what people will do.

  • Foundation Damage May Get Worse If You Don't Have Repairs Done Soon Enough

    An earthquake could damage your foundation when it moves the earth under your home, but a much more common cause of foundation damage is expansion and contraction of the soil. As the soil expands and contracts, your concrete foundation moves, and the wear and tear over the years lead to cracking. Here's why the soil moves under your house and how to repair your foundation and reduce the risk of further damage.

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Construct This: A Contractor's Blog

When you want something built, who do you turn to? Okay, maybe you answered that question with a particular person's name, and that's an acceptable answer. But the answer we were really looking for was "construction contractors." This profession is full of people who can build this and that, and who can customize the things they build to meet your unique needs. Working with a construction team is like working with a bunch of people who just want to make you happy. We love that aspect of the industry, and it's something we plan on focusing on more as we write this blog.