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How to Finish Your Basement?

We all love our home and if you have ever bought a home you probably know the value of having an unfinished basement vs a finished basement. You might be thinking that a finished basement is great but if its not how you would have designed it then its... [read more]

Brick and Stone Repair

Here in Colorado there is a look that builders try to attain because of the beautiful nature that surrounds the homes and businesses here. Stone and brick around the homes and business buildings here is pretty much a staple. However, with this comes the maintenance of brick and stone.... [read more]

Snow and Your Foundation

Winter brings snow and for the most part we don’t think much about it unless we must scrap off our cars or shovel our driveway. Beyond that life just continues when the snow comes down. Here at Park Range Construction we make sure to help make sure that you... [read more]

Home Maintenance for the Fall

There are a couple of different items on the list that must be done during the fall to make sure that your home will be safe to the type of conditions that fall, and winter bring along. When it turns colder out most people start to spend most of... [read more]

Signs Your Deck Needs to be Repaired

The summer brings about a wonderful time of year to get together for BBQs and sit outside as the sun is going down. The best place to take a moment of rest from a hard day’s work should be just a few steps from a fridge full of cold... [read more]

How Water Damages Your Foundation

How Water Damages Your Foundation?

We can’t stop the rain or snow from coming down and no doubt we need it here in Colorado. As good as it may be for the ground it might not be the best for the foundation of your home. Saturated soil can cause the foundation of your... [read more]

How to Spot Foundational Issues

How to Spot Foundational Issues?

The foundation of your home is important because the rest of the structure relies on it. The integrity of the building falls on the strength of the foundation of your home. There isn’t a waiting game to be played when it comes to foundational damage. It’s best to... [read more]

Helical Piers vs Push Piers

Helical Piers vs Push Piers

What is the difference between helical piers and push piers? Why are they even important? If you’ve ever owned a home that over time the soil had shifted and it was no longer structurally sound you understand the importance of helical piers and push piers. They are both... [read more]

Signs of Drainage Issues

Signs of Drainage Issues

When homes are built and you move in, you have an expectation that the grating and drainage have been done correctly. However, sometimes that expectation is not always met and you find that there are some drainage problems with your home. This is uncomely and often a headache... [read more]

Helical Piers Installed at New Restaurant Foundation

Helical Piers Installed at New Restaurant Foundation

Park Range Construction was contracted to install over 119 Magnum 3” Reinforced Tubular Helical Piers for the new restaurant foundation. The site required the operation of drilling rigs which could operate in tight quarters between two existing buildings. Due to the nature of the hard soils and a... [read more]