The Johnsons' House Building Journey

Topsoil Is A Finishing Touch To Any Construction Job

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Generally, one of the last things that happens on any kind of construction job is that the topsoil is replaced. That’s because the topsoil is usually removed in order to excavate or to allow the construction company to get at a particular part of the structure they are working on.   What Is Topsoil? Topsoil is the first layer of what makes up the entire soil setup. That layer is generally between 2 and 8 inches deep.…

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Holiday Decorations and Your Roof

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You may be one of many people who like to decorate their roofs for the holidays. Proper installation and planning are critical to reduce the risk of damage, especially during harsh winters. Here are some tips for keeping your roof in good shape while decorating for the holidays. Be prepared: Before starting, check your roof’s overall condition. You may want to call a roofing company for an inspection. Soft spots and loose shingles should be addressed before decorating.…

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Understanding And Avoiding Alligator Cracks In Your Pavement

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When you have a new commercial parking lot paved, you’ll want to take steps to prevent the development of alligator cracks. These shallow, small cracks are a serious structural concern, because they can weaken the integrity of the asphalt structure. The more proactive you are from the start, the less risk you’ll have of needing to replace the asphalt later. Here are some tips to help you understand alligator cracks and prevent them from developing.…

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