3 Ways To Incorporate Custom Glass Into Your Bathroom

Posted on: 12 January 2016

If you are currently in the process of building or remodeling your bathroom, you need to think about all the different ways that you can incorporate custom glass into the design.  Custom Glass Shower Doors Instead of hanging up a shower current, or installing solid doors on your shower, you should consider installing custom glass doors on your shower. Glass doors can really open up your shower space, and make it feel larger than it really is. [Read More]

5 Things to Be Aware of Regarding Roof Safety Harness Use

Posted on: 22 December 2015

While a harness is not necessary for all roofing work, some roofs are steep enough to require added security. A roof that is steeply pitched at an angle of 18.43 degrees or moreis classified as a "steep roof" by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. When you're working on a roof that's this steep, using a safety harness can prevent injury and even save lives.  The following are a few roof harness safety tips that you should be aware of to stay safe even when working on the steepest roofs. [Read More]

Poor Faucet Pressure? 2 Potential Causes

Posted on: 4 December 2015

From doing dishes to just getting a drink of water, everything's tougher when your faucet can't generate the water pressure you expect. Luckily, this problem is often easily treated--even by those who normally shy away from home plumbing tasks. If you've noticed that one of your faucets isn't delivering the kind of pressure it used to, read on. This article will explain how to correct two common issues that may be causing this problem. [Read More]

Two Cedar-Shingle Roof Repairs

Posted on: 17 November 2015

Cedar shingles can last for decades, but just because the roof as a whole can last does not mean that every shingle on the roof will. Hail damage, defective shingles, or impact damage can compromise individual shingles, and if they are not taken care of, the leaks caused by the defective shingles can undermine the rest of your shingles. Thus, it is important to move quickly to make repairs.  Shingles Split along the Grain [Read More]