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3 Reasons Building A Custom Home Is Right For You

When you decide it is the time to buy a home, you may be overwhelmed by your options. Even though there are many homes for sale on the market, building a custom home can be a better option in some cases. This guide will help you understand the reasons why building a custom home is a better choice than buying one already built. Location, Location, Location When searching through the listings of homes already built, you may not find one suited to every need. Read More 

Are You Designing A House With A Texas Theme?

Have you always wanted a house that has a Texas theme? Maybe you are from the Lone Star State, or it might be that you simply love that Texas feeling. Whatever the reason that you have chosen a Texas theme for your new house, are all of your plans completed? If they are not and you are still in the process of designing your Texas-themed home, you may want some extra tips. Read More 

Don’t Delay: 4 Reasons You Need To Maintain Your Asphalt Parking Lot

If you own commercial property, it's time to get started on the spring maintenance. Unfortunately, many business owners often overlook their asphalt parking lot, which is one key component of their commercial property. If you haven't paid to have your parking lot cleaned yet, here are four reasons you need to schedule that right away. 1. Remove the Winter Grime If you've endured a brutal winter, your parking lot bore the brunt of it. Read More 

Worried About A Latent Leak? What Every Homeowner Should Know

Moisture and water are one of the most common causes of major home repair issues. Both are capable of causing decay in rafters, floor joists, sill plates, and other important parts of the home's support structure and framework. Both can also make the home more likely to suffer infestations of termites or the development of mold. This is why most homeowners take any type of excessive moisture or water leak very seriously. Read More 

What To Do With A Clogged Drain

When you go to turn on your water, you expect water to come out. At the same time, you also expect that same water to drain out of your sink. If, however, you feel like your drains aren't draining properly, then you may have a clog. If you have never dealt with a clog before, this article is just the thing for you. Use Baking Soda and Vinegar Baking soda and vinegar can each be used to help with separate cleaning problems, but when they are combined, they can help to unclog drains. Read More