Tree Removal: Are Your Shade Trees Too Unhealthy To Keep?

If you have multiple shade trees surrounding your house, the last thing you want to do is cut them down. However, some trees can become so unhealthy and dangerous over time that removing them is the only way to protect your home and property. Learn more about unhealthy residential trees and what to do about them below. What Are the Signs of an Unhealthy Tree? Residential trees, such as maples and oaks, can suffer from a number of diseases over time, including blight, canker, and slime. Read More 

What To Know About Your Outdoor Tennis Court’s Surfacing

Having an outdoor tennis court as part of your property can greatly enhance the enjoyment that you get as well as making it easier to get exercise. However, these courts will be exposed to the elements, and this requires that you maintain the surface of the court. Otherwise, you may find that it becomes unusable due to impacting the way that the ball bounces or posing a tripping risk. Consider A Shock Absorbing Surface Read More 

Tips For Upgrading To A Truss Roof

Your roof is the protector of your house, but it's only able to do this job effectively if you give it the proper care it needs. Though it may not always look it, your roof takes a continual beating year-round. Each year, insurance companies address 9 million roof damage claims for hail storms alone. Investing in a truss roof design can reinforce your roof properly so that it's sturdy and reliable for years to come. Read More 

Asphalt Paving Guide To Improve Your Business With New Asphalt Paving And Attractive Finishes

If you need new pavement for your business, asphalt is one of the most affordable and attractive options. It is a versatile material that will last for years with a good seal coating and minor maintenance. In addition, there are also a lot of ways that asphalt pavement can be improved that you may not be aware of. The following asphalt paving guide will help you choose the right improvements for your business: Read More 

Designing Architecture to Make Your Outdoor Space More Usable

When you are designing your home for the first time, you'll want to make sure that it's not only compatible with indoor living, but also for outdoor living. You'll want to design the architecture so that your home will be well-suited for using the outdoors for as many days of the year as possible so you can get fresh air and enjoy the weather. Use Eaves and Porticos Use eaves and porticos to make sure that there is shelter from the rain when you enter and exit your home. Read More