construction--contractors

Elevation Certificate? Why You May Need One For Your New Construction Home

Are you building a new home? If so, this is probably an exciting but busy time. You may be working with the builder to pick out materials and designs. Or you may be in the process of preparing the land for construction. At some point, you'll likely need to meet a wide range of requirements for your lender, insurance agent, and possibly even government entities. One of those requirements could be a flood elevation certificate.

Opening A Business? 3 Things You Need To Know About Automatic Doors

If you are opening a business, you want to make sure that you add the right features that will make your business accessible to all customers. One of the best ways to increase accessibility to your business is by installing automatic doors. Automatic doors allow people with a variety of mobility issues the ability to easily access your business. #1 Automatic Doors Can Open Many Ways When many people think of automatic doors, the first doors that come to mind are the big sliding doors that greet you as you enter the grocery store.

Tips To Avoid Freeze Damage In Your Gutters

Most homeowners don't think much about their gutters unless it's summer. Unfortunately, winter is one of the times when the condition of your gutters matters the most. After all, the winter months are when your gutters can take the most abuse from cold temperatures, ice, snow buildup, and more. Here are a few things you need to know about the biggest winter hazard with your gutters, which is ice accumulation.

About Fire Extinguishers

It never hurts to be prepared for any possible scenario. The more of a prepared person you are the better position you will be in if you find an emergency situation come up when you are around. Learning about some of the good uses for fire extinguishers and other information about them is a great place for you to start. Here are some things that you should know about fire extinguishers.

A Look At Repairing Your Foundation With Piers

Foundation problems are a homeowner's nightmare. When the foundation of your home shifts, the structure of your home can be in danger. Even a slight shift can cause problems with doors and windows closing. Shifts can also cause cracks in walls and the foundation. A foundation contractor, like those at RCW Construction, has a few different methods for repairing a foundation that has shifted due to soil problems underneath your home. One of them is to insert piers under your house.