Demolition Tips & Advice

recycle demolition debris to save money
In 2019, more than 600 million tons of construction and demolition (C&D) debris were generated in the U.S. alone, and more than 90% of that total was a result of demolition. C&D debris has a negative impact on our environment when dropped at a landfill, so it's important to find alternative solutions.
non-load bearing wall demolition
Interior demolition is typically a necessary first step when undertaking a home improvement or remodeling project, and researching on the internet to get an idea of how much your interior demolition project will cost can be a tricky task. We make it easy.
kitchen remodel in winter
It may seem like warmer months are the obvious choice for having work done on your home, but there are several benefits to remodeling in the winter. Updated kitchens and baths are some of the most popular items on homebuyers’ checklists, providing great return on investment.
fill in your abandoned pool
If you’re a homeowner with a pool that you’d like to have removed, you may be worried that it's too late into the season to hire a contractor. Find out why the winter is often a great time of year to fill in your inground pool.
Outdated Garage
While updating your garage may seem like a foolproof way to increase your property value, there are many things to consider before beginning demolition. Learn all about how your local zoning ordinances may affect your plans when demolishing and rebuilding your garage.
prepare your garage for winter
There’s a lot that needs to be done to keep your home safe and comfortable during the cold, snowy months of the winter season. If you have a garage, then preparing it for winter should be somewhere on that list. Our tips below will help you ready your garage and give you peace of mind.
winter tips for your deck
Once you’ve learned how to prepare your deck for winter, it’s time to learn how to care for your deck during winter. Proper winter care and regular deck maintenance will help extend the life of your deck, so let’s go over how to properly care for your deck during colder months.
winterize your deck
Have you made sure your deck is ready for winter yet? Just as you prepare your landscaping for cold winter months by trimming, mulching, and performing other yard maintenance, your deck should be properly prepped as well.
prepare your property for winter
Buying a house is most people’s biggest investment, so it only makes sense that you take the time to protect it, including getting it ready for changing seasons. Fall is a great time to start thinking about your home maintenance plan and how to get it ready for colder weather.
prepare your pool for fall and winter
In most parts of the country, it still feels like summer, but soon the leaves will start to fall, many of which will land in your pool if given the chance. Are you wondering how you can prepare your pool for cooler months? We can help.
Wood deck cleaning
If you’ve got deck questions, we’ve got answers. Get the basics on how to repair and maintain wood and composite decking.
prepare your chimney
The warmth of summer is still upon us, but now is the time to start thinking about making sure your chimney and fireplace are ready for the impending fall and winter seasons. 
chimney repair or removal
For homeowners, one of the most difficult and intimidating parts of any home improvement project isn’t the work itself; it's finding the right contractor for the job—one who is experienced, reliable, and honest.
working with a contractor during COVID-19
Even with COVID-19 spreading across the globe, things still need to get done. People still have things that need to be fixed or projects that have to be completed. If you're one of the thousands of Americans working with a contractor during COVID, make sure you are protecting yourself, your family, and others.
signs of a failing deck
How can you be sure a deck is safe and ready to go for seasons to come? We’ll discuss the most common signs that your deck is failing and whether it needs to be replaced or at repaired, depending on the extent of the damage.