Matching of stone walls and wooden stairs always make a difference! Read more
Thank you to all our loyal customers for a great 2015. Wishing you a safe and happy New Year!
Winter is coming and with it snow and colder weather!
Ice dams and icicles form when snow melts, runs down your roof and refreezes near the edge. This only occurs when part of your roof warms to above 0 degrees celsius, warm enough to melt the snow, while the roof edge remains below freezing. So with the changing weather, the key to preventing ice dams is simply to keep your attic and roof cold.
Wondering which home improvements will give you the best bang for your buck? Does your home currently have areas where water penetration is a concern (such as skylights, vents, bath exhausts, chimney flashings)?
A stained hearth, chipped bricks or soot can turn what should be the focal point of your living room into an eyesore. Read more
Fall is the perfect time to take care of the little things that can make a big difference for you and your home. Read more
Water can penetrate brick, block and stone structures causing water damage that leads to costly repairs. Read more
Masonry walls are generally highly durable. However, when masonry walls in cold climates stay too wet for too long, freeze-thaw damage can occur. Read more
Parging, the thin coat of cement that covers many foundations is an important aspect of your home. Read more