6 Things You Shouldn't Assume Regarding The Services Of A Land Surveyor

Property owners often need to hire land surveyor services for a variety of reasons. It's important to be properly informed about land survey services and to hire such services when you need them. The following are six things you should not assume regarding the services of a land surveyor. A plot of land only needs to be surveyed once. If your land was surveyed once a long time ago, that doesn't mean that it never needs to be surveyed again. [Read More]

Should I Repair Or Replace My Current Siding?

The life expectancy of your exterior siding varies depending on the siding material, climate, and maintenance routine. Even high-quality, maintained siding will deteriorate eventually. When you notice that your siding has seen better days after a couple of years, how do you know if you should make small repairs and apply paint or completely replace your siding? Learn how to determine when you need new siding below. When to Repair Your Current Siding [Read More]

Avoiding 3 Soggy Swimming Pool Design Mistakes

Adding a custom swimming pool to your home is one of the most exciting decisions you can make as a homeowner. While other improvements can add value and beauty to your house, a swimming pool is something you and your family can enjoy all summer. However, inground pools are also permanent additions, so you'll want to consider your design choices as carefully as possible. Although there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all pool, certain basic design considerations apply to nearly any home. [Read More]

Natural Stone Vs. Stamped Concrete

Homeowners wanting a stone pathway, veneer, siding, or another fixture made of stone have long had a less expensive alternative available in the form of stamped concrete. Stamping concrete lets you create faux wood and stone that you can place around your property without having to worry about the things that can destroy wood like bugs and rot or the cost of real stone that's been cut to fit. Yet stamped concrete hasn't replaced real stone and each material has its admirers. [Read More]