How I Came to Love Construction

  • 3 Ways To Keep Your Chimney In Good Condition

    17 July 2017

    A fireplace can often be a fantastic feature for any home, but the chimney must be maintained properly in order to allow you to utilize the fireplace safely, and to keep the whole system in the best possible shape. Listed below are three ways to keep your chimney in good condition. Utilize A Chimney Cleaning Log One of the easiest ways to keep your chimney in good condition is to remove the creosote that builds up inside your chimney.

  • 3 Reasons To Consider A Frameless Shower Door

    17 July 2017

    One of the most popular options out there when it comes to building a new shower enclosure is a frameless shower door enclosure, mostly due to the aesthetic value that this door can provide. Listed below are three reasons to consider a frameless shower door when remodeling your shower or bathroom. Has A Cleaner Appearance One of the biggest reasons to consider a frameless shower door is if you want something that has a very clean appearance.

  • Questions To Ask Before Having A Personal Spa Constructed

    18 January 2017

    When you're eager to have a personal spa constructed on your property, you want to have it done right away. However, it's wise to have the following questions answered so that you're sure that you have the spa that you want and the job is done in a way that you're satisfied with. Should I Get a Portable Spa or an In-ground Spa? The first decision you're probably going to make is whether to have a portable spa or one that sits in-ground.

  • No Grass No Problem: Get Artificial Turf For Your Dog

    10 January 2017

    If you live in an area that where you can't get grass to grow, and are tired of your dog coming in muddy or filthy dirty, don't worry. You can have artificial turf installed so your dog has a nice clean and safe area to play in, and your backyard will look beautiful. Artificial turf is a great option, as you don't have to do much to maintain it, it's easy to keep clean (simply spray it down with a garden hose), and it's safe for your pets.