Construction Contractors

It’s Getting Hot in Here: What to Do When Heat Works but AC Doesn’t

Installing your own thermostat may seem like an easy enough job, but there's a lot of room for error. That's why it's crucial that you call a residential electrical contractor when an issue arises before, during, or after the installation process. If you find that your heat is working but your air conditioner isn't, it's likely because of one of these common mistakes: 1) The thermostat isn't level Your thermostat needs to be level in order for it to work properly. Read More 

Which Type Of Solar Panel Installation Should You Choose?

Get the most out of your solar system by choosing a solar panel installation method that is suited for your property and needs. Here are four types of solar panel installation. Ground-Mounted Solar Panels As the name suggests, the installers will mount the panels on the ground using supports such as metal frames or poles. For many homeowners, ground-mounted panels are better than roof-mounted as they offload the weight from your roof. Read More 

Tips For Protecting Your Substation

Substations play a critical role in ensuring a stable and controlled electricity supply in homes, businesses, and industries. They (step down) transform high-voltage electricity to low-voltage, making it safe for use. Due to the critical nature of their functions, substations need to have regular maintenance to ensure a sufficient and safe power supply. One of the most important maintenance services you should conduct on your substation is painting and repainting surfaces. Read More 

4 Potential Roofing Materials for Your New Roof

When you are in the market for a new roof, choosing a suitable material to meet your needs is essential. There are a variety of roofing materials out there. How do you know which material to choose? We'll cover some of the most common roofing materials to help you choose your new roof. 1. Asphalt Asphalt shingles are the most ubiquitous roofing material in the United States, primarily due to affordability and ease of installation. Read More 

5 Reasons to Hire a Project Manager In a Construction Site

In a construction site, there are many different aspects that have to be considered for the project to run smoothly. One of the most important members in this industry is a project manager, who knows how to coordinate with all teams and report any issues on time. Project managers are hired in construction sites for a number of reasons. Below are 5 reasons to hire a project manager for your construction site: Read More