Battle For Flat Roof Dominance: BUR Roofing Vs. Rubber Membranes

When you have a sloped roof, gravity is your friend. The force of gravity will push water down your roof, so you don't need a completely water tight roofing material. On the other hand, when you have a flat roof, you need a material that is completely waterproof. While a well-installed BUR roof will repel water, you may get better value for your money by installing a rubber roofing membrane.  [Read More]

How To Avoid Disputes With A Remodeling Contractor

Remodeling projects can increase your home's comfort level, utility, and resale value, as long as you hire the right contractor and there are no costly setbacks to deal with. When you hire a general contractor, you and he will sign a contract agreeing on the terms of the service, including pay, scheduling, and possible repercussions if terms are breached. The agreement may take a lot of time to sort out before the work of the remodeling even starts, but it will be well worth your time and money to be extra thorough during the agreement process and the events leading up to it. [Read More]

How To Safely Enjoy A Hot Tub To Relieve Pregnancy Aches And Pains

The aches, pains, and general fatigue associated with pregnancy can be hard to treat due to the sensitive nature of pregnancy itself, since many people don't know exactly what is and isn't dangerous for an unborn child. However, one way to deal with these discomforts is to enjoy a brief soak in a warm tub, but being very careful about this option is crucial. Here are some tips to make sure that you and your baby stay safe while you let some of your aches melt away in your hot tub. [Read More]

Landscaping 101: 5 Common Types Of Gravel

Low maintenance yards are becoming increasingly popular due to their affordability and ease. With less grass, homeowners spend less time and money on fertilizers and fancy machines. They also save on water usage. If you are interested in creating a low maintenance yard, consider landscaping with gravel. There are several types of gravel available, each with its own design appeal. Here are five common choices for landscaping gravel: 1. Pea Gravel [Read More]