Lorraine Fletcher

Make the Tennis Court Construction Process More Flawless and Fulfilling

Congrats on the new parking lot you just constructed! If constructing a tennis court is your next project, don't assume you will do it the same way you did when constructing the parking lot. Now that you know constructing a tennis court isn't a simple project, ensure you meet all the recommended specifications to avoid losing money. A tennis court that doesn't meet the construction requirements won't meet your needs. Ensure professional tennis court builders understand the specific activities you have in mind for them to choose the right design. Read More 

See What Concrete Experts Will Do Before They Polish the Surface

If you have decided that time to polish your concrete flooring has come, go ahead and don't change your mind. Concrete polishing has numerous benefits, and that's why most people go for it today. However, it's a tricky process that only professional hands should handle. Leaving concrete polishing to professionals doesn't just increase job efficiency, but also leaves you with the desired finish. According to most concrete polishing contractors, the process doesn't begin before the surface is prepared for it. Read More 

How to Know You Need Water Pump Repair for Your Homestead Well

If you have recently bought a homestead property, you probably know that property has one or more water wells. These wells may be working fine at the time you buy the property. Over time, the wells may break down or experience issues. If you have never owned property with a well, you may not know the signs that your water well water pump needs repairs. Here are some of the signs that you need water pump repairs. Read More 

3 Tips on Picking the Best Bricklayer for Your Residential Landscape Edging Project

Looking to define and draw attention to the various features of your residential landscape? Done right, edging your landscape with brick pavers is a home improvement project that can pay off really well. Compared to regular bricks, brick pavers are usually harder to better withstand daily exposure to outdoor elements. Some of the areas of your landscape where you can install brick edging include the lawn area, outdoor swimming pool, flower beds, pathways, and driveways. Read More 

What You Need to Know About the Main Types of Septic System Inspections

Buried outside, residential septic systems are usually neglected until there is a notable issue with the system. Acting only when problems pop up with your septic system is a strategy that can easily backfire on you. By the time you seek out a professional to attend to your system, the damage suffered may be too extensive to repair. As a result, you may have to replace the entire system.  That said, not all septic system inspections are the same. Read More