Four Ways Asphalt Benefits The Environment

From production to replacement, asphalt is a durable paving material that minimizes the impact on the environment. Today, a wide variety of innovative asphalt products are available designed to optimize performance and durability and reduce costs. In addition, asphalt is easy to maintain, as it only requires that the top layer be removed and replaced. Here are four ways reduces environmental impact. Sustainability Asphalt is one of North America's top recycled and reused materials. [Read More]

Three Uses For Directional Drilling

Drilling a well is not a straightforward proposition. Sometimes you will have a formation above your reservoir that cannot be drilled. Without the right equipment, the formation would make it impossible for you to reach the reservoir. However, advances in drilling technology have now made it possible to reach formations that were previously inaccessible. Getting at a formation that is inaccessible from above is only one of the examples of how directional drilling equipment can be used. [Read More]

3 Roofing Choices For The Home

When looking for new roofing, you probably have your own list of concerns, such as choosing a low maintenance option. It is important to carefully review all of your roofing materials choices so you can make a sound decision. To aid in your decision-making, here are some of the pros and cons of popular roofing choices. Metal Roofing In the past, metal roofing was seen as an option solely for commercial properties. [Read More]

Carving Out An Office Space When Building A Tiny House

Talk with your contractor regarding ways to carve out a dedicated office space when building a tiny house. Tiny living typically relates to living in dwellings that are under or around 500-square feet. In such tight spaces, finding room for an office area may be challenging without the expertise of a professional. Consider the following ways to create clever offices in tiny homes:  Pull-out work surfaces and desks. Instead of wasting space on a conventional desk or laptop stand, have builders create pull-down work surfaces that can be tucked away during non-work hours. [Read More]