How to Prepare Your Front Range Home for Fall

Ahh, fall...the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting crisper, families are falling into new rhythms as their children begin a new year of school. All around us are signs that cooler, cozier days have arrived. Prepare your Front Range home for fall by finishing up any last-minute maintenance projects you've been meaning to get to all summer, and get your yard and house ready for changing temperatures. You'll be so glad you did! Outside First things first, let's clean out those gutters. No one loves to clean out the gutters, but left undone, you could have serious water damage on your hands. Sorry, y'all. Oh, and while you're up there, take a peek at your roof for damaged shingles

Concrete Lifting FAQ

A little bewildered by the idea of concrete lifting? Here are the answers to all your burning concrete lifting questions. How does the process work, in simple terms? First things first, we will drill a small penny-sized hole into the affected area. Once we have an access point, we will use our equipment to inject a high-density foam into the ground underneath your failed concrete. This foam will expand and fill the voids it finds, stabilizing loose, non-compacted soil in the process. Once the foam has reached the desired height we will stop injecting material, then fill and finish the access point to match your existing concrete. Easy! How long does it take to lift a concrete slab? The avera

6 Home Upgrades To Make If Your Home Was Built Before 1980

It's not uncommon to be hesitant about buying a house that was built in the 50s or 60s — even the 80s! Will everything still be in good shape? Are the inner workings of the house up to snuff? Just like cell phones and laptops, houses evolve over time, incorporating new and improved technologies and doing away with approaches that are out of date. In other words: an old house is sometimes just that — old. Houses built before the 1980s (now forty years old, at least!) often have a number of underlying issues that need to be addressed. Here are just a few to look out for. An old-school electrical system Electricity became a staple component in the home in the 1950s. For the first time electric

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