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How to Identify Poor Home Construction

How to Identify Poor Home Construction?

When you purchase a house, you may assume that it does not have any defects. But the reality is that sometimes a contractor may have poor craftsmanship. Or there is a likelihood the main contractor delegated most of the duties to subcontractors who are not as skilled. Either... [read more]

Published on 2-16-2021

Signs Your Home Has a Drainage Problem

Signs Your Home Has a Drainage Problem

There are several signs that can alert you to drainage issues around your home. When water is not being diverted away from your home well, it can easily lead to flooding. Blocked sewer lines lead to the accumulation of moisture in the basement. This can easily lead... [read more]

Published on 11-24-2020

How to Repair Cracks in Your Driveway

How to Repair Cracks in Your Driveway?

Ideally, your concrete driveway will last the lifetime of your property. However, some conditions may shorten its lifespan, resulting in cracks and discoloration. Some of the common causes of the problems include improperly compacted subgrades, exposure to extreme weather conditions, and applying inadequate concrete mix. Usually, the cracks... [read more]

Published on 10-29-2020

End of Summer Property Maintenance

End of Summer Property Maintenance

The changing seasons also mean changes around your home and property. To be prepared for the fall and winter ahead, there are some things you need to do. These seven items are recommended by the experts at Park Range Construction. Close the Pool The first thing many people... [read more]

Published on 9-24-2020

Popular Home Renovations to Consider

Popular Home Renovations to Consider

Remodeling is the process of improving a damaged, broken or outdated structure. Renovating your home will allow you to get more out of it. You can also increase the value of your home by renovating it, which can be a less intrusive home improvement option compared to remodeling.... [read more]

Published on 8-20-2020

Why Proper Grading Matters

Why Proper Grading Matters?

When most people think about grading, their thoughts usually turn to school assignments and whether their child got an "A." However, grading is also a procedure very important in terms of building construction. In construction circles, grading refers to the slope of the ground around the foundation of... [read more]

Published on 7-31-2020

Prepare Your Home to Weather Storms

Prepare Your Home to Weather Storms

When it comes to your home there are a lot of things that you will need to do in order to get ready for the storm season. You might think that in Colorado you don’t have to worry much about storms but that isn’t true. When it comes... [read more]

Published on 6-10-2020

What Happens If You Do Not Repair Your Foundation

What Happens If You Do Not Repair Your Foundation?

Owning a home can often feel like you are constantly having to pick and choose which home improvement project to tackle at a time. If you know your home is experiencing foundation issues, it can be tempting to continue to put repairing them on the back burner. After... [read more]

Published on 5-14-2020

What You Need to Know About Structural Repairs

What You Need to Know About Structural Repairs?

The structure of your home or business building is what keeps it standing. Needless to say, understanding what is included in your building’s structure and problems to look out for is essential. At Park Range Construction, we specialize in structural repairs. Since we know a thing or two... [read more]

Published on 4-9-2020

Structural Problems to Look for Before Buying a Home

Structural Problems to Look for Before Buying a Home

Buying a new home is an exciting prospect! It is also a huge financial undertaking. Naturally, you do not want to invest in something that is faulty or that has underlying problems. At Park Range Construction, we are the crew you call when things need fixing. We are structural... [read more]

Published on 3-16-2020