3 Important Safety Equipment For Roadside Construction Sites

Working roadside construction can be a dangerous job at times. With vehicles constantly passing by, you need a way to protect yourself and your crew. You can do just that when you incorporate the following safety gear onto the work site.  Crash Trucks with Impact Attenuators  No matter what signs are set up, there are some motorists who accidentally enter the work zone. To prevent them from causing severe, even fatal, accidents, you need to have crash trucks with impact attenuators. [Read More]

Didn't Take Good Care Of Your In-Ground Pool This Summer? Tips To Get It Back In Good Shape

If you have a pool in your backyard that you didn't take care of it is likely in bad shape.  This is because there are many maintenance steps you have to take throughout the swimming season. Fortunately, you can get your pool back in good shape again so you can enjoy it next year. Below are two ways you can do this to help you get started: Remove Debris If there is any kind of debris in the pool, you need to remove it before you do anything. [Read More]

Leaks Are Not The Only Reason To Replace A Roof

Many homeowners assume that if their roof is not leaking, it does not need to be replaced yet. But this is not always the case. Wait for your roof to leak, and you could have substantial water damage to repair when you already have to pay for a new roof. There are other earlier indications that a roof needs replacement. If you notice any of these issues, call your roofing service for an estimate -- even if the attic is still dry: [Read More]

Designing Your Dream Farmhouse? 4 Great Trends To Kick It Up A Notch

A farmhouse is the perfect marriage of a cozy past and a comfortable present. This rustic style has maintained popularity both in rural and urban areas largely due to its timeless accents. As you and your custom farmhouse builder design your custom farmhouse, here are 4 gorgeous trends to build into it: Jewel Colors. Few things give the sense of warmth and richness that a heavy jewel tone does. Dark greens are a favorite of many designers these days, and they go perfectly with both the dark and light woods of modern farmhouses. [Read More]