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The construction industry has struggled a bit in recent years. This is not because there's not amazing technology out there to make construction easier. There's tons of technology, and it's amazing! Rather, the struggle seems to be that there is a shortage of labor. Many young people are not as interested in working in construction anymore. We hope that we can do our part to change that. In posting on this blog, we hope to reach a wide audience, including young people who may want to work as contractors. There are excellent jobs in the industry, and learning the basics on this blog can set you up for success.

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Toilet Got The Sweats? 3 Tips To Keep It Dry
13 January 2022

If your toilet is sweating all the time, it can be

Three Commercial Construction Terms You Need to Know
4 January 2022

Working with a general contractor on a commercial

Surprising Ways Commercial Parking Lot Maintenance Will Save Your Business Money
16 December 2021

Owning and managing a commercial property is, unqu

Truss Roof Systems
2 November 2021

Building codes must be abided by during the constr

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21 October 2021

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Toilet Got The Sweats? 3 Tips To Keep It Dry

If your toilet is sweating all the time, it can be frustrating to try to clean the toilet. Water can build up on the floor near the toilet also. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to keep the toilet dry, three of which are listed below.  Dry the Air One reason your toilet sweats is due to wetness in the air. This is caused by high humidity, which is common in a bathroom. Read More 

Three Commercial Construction Terms You Need to Know

Working with a general contractor on a commercial construction project requires a basic knowledge of construction processes and materials. Without this basic understanding, it can be difficult to communicate clearly with your contractor. Here are three important construction terms that can help you better oversee any commercial project you are tasked with managing in the future. 1. Contingency Cost is always a major concern with any construction project. In order to ensure that your commercial build stays within your planned budget, the contract you sign with your general contractor must include a contingency. Read More 

Surprising Ways Commercial Parking Lot Maintenance Will Save Your Business Money

Owning and managing a commercial property is, unquestionably, a demanding job. Thus, it is easy to neglect some tasks under the guise that you will eventually get to them. So one area that tends to be an afterthought is the commercial parking lot. Yet, the appearance and functionality of the commercial parking lot can directly influence your business, as this is the first part of your business that customers interact with. Read More 

Truss Roof Systems

Building codes must be abided by during the construction of a residence. This may affect the overall design of a home and the construction materials that are utilized. A truss roof system is one that contains angled framework along each end of a rooftop. Trusses contain wooden beams that act as a support system. Rafters And Load Bearing Walls The use of rafters and load-bearing walls could limit the ceiling height and the shape or the size of the living space that comprises each room in a home. Read More 

4 Pavement Construction Tips You Need To Know Before Your Next Paving Project

Have you ever walked across a pavement and felt the ground move beneath your feet? Did you notice how uneven it was or that there were cracks in the concrete? These are some of the signs it is time to hire construction contractors to repair or replace the pavements. If you are unsure whether your pavement shows signs of wear and tear and need some helpful pointers on how to care for your pavement, you are in the right place. Read More