The success of your geotechnical or environmental project may hinge on how well you can access challenging landscapes. You may need to gather data and drill in certain geographical areas that are typically off-limits or pose potential hazards to you and others who occupy them. Rather than call off or compromise your project, you can outsource some of its progress to a third-party contracting service that specializes in limited access drilling.
If you've been getting by with a gravel driveway, it may be time to consider having something more permanent installed. Two popular choices are asphalt and concrete. However, concrete has some advantages you might prefer. Here's a look at four reasons to put in a new concrete driveway. 1. Concrete Has A Lighter Color Since concrete is nearly white, it reflects the sun and stays a little cooler than asphalt, which is black.
If you are planning on installing a new fence, metal gives you a lot of options for custom fence designs. Aluminum is an affordable material for a new fence, and you will want to choose the right features for the design. The following aluminum fencing guide will help you give your fence a unique and elegant custom design: Ornamental Aluminum Fence Sections—The aluminum fence that you have installed around your property can be improved with ornamental features.
A fireplace is a great way to keep your home warm. A fireplace can also serve as more than a source of warmth; a fireplace can be a focal point in your home. When adding a fireplace to an existing home, you need to decide what type of fireplace you want to install in your home. Three common types of fireplaces you can install in your home include a masonry, a zero-clearance, and a gas fireplace.
If you have a crawl space foundation, it is vulnerable to some of the same water damage problems that are common in basements. There are even some water damage problems that are unique to crawl space foundations that you will want to address. The following guide will help you update your crawl space with the right exterior waterproofing to prevent damage and water problems: 1. Update Your Crawl Space with Exterior Foundation Drainage as Part of The Waterproofing System
I don’t know about you, but I work hard, and at the end of the day, I really want to come home to a relaxing hot shower. That’s hard to do, though, when your shower enclosure is too small, or when your water pressure is terrible. I decided that what I needed to do was give my shower space an upgrade. I had a larger shower enclosure installed, along with some massage jets and a shower seat. I started this blog about shower options to help you learn how to upgrade and improve your own shower experience. It’s more affordable than you think, and you can even do some of the work yourself. Check out the tips and advice on this blog to get the shower that you deserve.