Retaining Walls and Fencing: What You Need to Know
The house to the left of me was built at a slightly higher elevation than mine. Because of this, we have a small retaining wall between our property in the backyard. This helps prevent a mini mudslide in my yard during periods of heavy rain.
When I bought the house, there was already a fence in place atop the retaining wall.
But that fence had seen better days and I knew it was time to replace it. What I did not realize is how labor intensive doing so would be and how much more it would cost me.
If you are replacing a fence on or near a retaining wall, I hope my website helps you to learn more about what you can expect from the process.
In the construction industry, you're constantly having to tear down old structures before new projects can begin. This process, known as demolition, can be exciting and even more dangerous. That's why you need to execute these safety measures for every demolition job.
Wear the Right Gear
During a demolition project, building materials scatter throughout the area and leave you susceptible to injury. That is unless you wear the correct personal protective equipment (PPE). [Read More]
Making the decision to convert from one heating fuel source to another is a big deal. Some conversions are easier to make than others. Regardless of which heating fuel source you start with, you are going to need a plumbing contractor and an HVAC contractor to do all of the pipe switching and equipment removals. Here is what you can expect to happen, based on the heat source you start with, to the heat source to which you want to convert. [Read More]