Plan To Break Up Your Old Concrete Patio Yourself? Why It Isn’t A Good Idea

If you plan to break up your old concrete patio yourself, you may want to reconsider. Although it might seem easy and cost-effective to do the project on your own, it may actually cost you more in the long run. In addition, the heavy equipment and tools used for concrete breaking may create health problems for your back, arms, and legs. Here are reasons why you shouldn't break up your patio's concrete yourself and what you can do instead. Read More 

3 Amateur Mistakes to Avoid When Working With Concrete

Paving a sidewalk, driveway, or patio is a basic enough job that many enterprising homeowners choose to take it on themselves. While in many cases this may lead to success, it can also turn into a nightmare if you don't begin by arming yourself with some basic information. This article will elucidate three mistakes that amateurs commonly make when working with ready mix concrete. Using a Wimpy Wheelbarrow If you've ever worked with concrete before then you know how heavy it is, both in its wet and dry states. Read More 

Money Saving Features You Can’t Skip If You Want An Efficient New Home

Building a new home allows you to customize every feature of the home if you want, and you can save a lot of money letting your home builder know you want an efficient home. As you start to talk about the details of the house, tell your building contractor you want to include the following things. Tankless Water Heater A tankless water heater can work more than 30 percent more efficiently than a tank water heater that takes up a lot of space. Read More