What Mobile Home Owners Should Know About Leveling

Posted on: 18 October 2019

The popularity of mobile homes continues to grow as many families seek a less expensive home that will help them avoid the burden of a larger, traditional home mortgage. With increasingly attractive, energy-efficient designs, modern mobile homes are able to offer comfort and security at a very affordable price. Living in a mobile home, however, can include some challenges that are not commonly found in other types of housing. One of these challenges involves leveling the home and taking the steps necessary to make sure it remains level throughout the years. [Read More]

4 Common Types Of Residential Roofing Projects

Posted on: 14 August 2019

Tackling residential roofing work can get involved, and it's a good idea to learn a bit about how professionals discuss their jobs. Residential roofing contractors frequently talk with customers about four common kinds of projects. If you're preparing to hire someone who provides residential roofing services, this list will help you communicate more effectively with them. 1. Installation In the residential roofing world, installation is the initial process of putting fresh materials down on top of new construction. [Read More]

More Than Mulching: Important Spring Cleanup Ideas

Posted on: 29 May 2019

The phrase "spring cleaning" will often conjure up images of raking leaves, mulching, and other types of yard work. However, there are many other areas in your home that you need to address. This article will focus on some of the major spots inside your home to put on your spring cleanup checklist. When you're done mulching and raking and cleaning out the gutters, this list will be a great starting point for areas in the inside of your home to tackle. [Read More]

Keeping Your Contracting Business Afloat

Posted on: 28 March 2019

Whether your expertise is plumbing or roofing, being a contractor requires that you pay for a lot of supplies, labor and materials before clients pay you. At times, this can lead to financial difficulties. These difficulties increase when your clients aren't immediately paying you, especially if you're taking on more work. What contractor funding activities can you do to keep money flowing in? Maintain Good Credit If your business credit isn't good, purchasing supplies or dealing with other company emergencies is hard. [Read More]