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How to Maintain Your Concrete Foundation

How to Maintain Your Concrete Foundation?

Concrete foundations are important for any home or building. Without a strong foundation, the structure can be susceptible to settling and warping over time. The good news is that there are many things you can do on your own to maintain your concrete foundation to avoid costly repairs.... [read more]

Published on 9-17-2021

How Summer Affects Your Foundation

How Summer Affects Your Foundation?

Summer is often associated with a time of fun in the sun, but unfortunately, that same heat can negatively affect your house’s foundation. Park Range Construction knows how vital your foundation is and we want to help you look out for any signs it may be compromised. Specifically,... [read more]

Published on 8-11-2021

Things You Need to Consider Before Buying a Commercial Building

Things You Need to Consider Before Buying a Commercial Building

Commercial buildings are a great way to start a small business. They come with all the amenities that you need and can be sized to your specific needs. However, before you buy one of these buildings, there are a few things that you should consider first. Below are... [read more]

Published on 7-14-2021

Signs Your Deck Needs Repairing

Signs Your Deck Needs Repairing

Denver area decks endure harsh conditions on a regular basis. Heavy snow, hail, ice, intense sun. All these elements can really take a toll on your deck. Regular maintenance can offset degradation, but in all honesty, most of us do not have the time to spare for that.... [read more]

Published on 6-9-2021

Foundation Repairs You Can Make Yourself

Foundation Repairs You Can Make Yourself

The foundation of your home provides critical support. So, when you notice cracks in that foundation, it can be alarming. Sometimes those cracks can signal you to a major problem, while other times it’s not something you need to give too much attention to. But how can you... [read more]

Published on 5-14-2021

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]

Published on 4-23-2021

How to Spot Foundational Issues

How to Spot Foundational Issues?

With 30+ years of experience as a structural repair specialist, Park Range Construction has been trusted to work on thousands of jobs requiring foundation repair and structural repair. To see some of our case studies and get the latest news visit our projects page. The foundation of your... [read more]

Published on 3-19-2021

Which Home Renovations Add the Most Value

Which Home Renovations Add the Most Value?

With the world in its current situation, the real estate market is very soft. Selling a home in this climate could take many years, or leave you with a significant financial loss. Understandably, many homeowners have decided to postpone moving for now and instead remodel the home they... [read more]

Published on 1-19-2021

Structural or Non-Structural- How to Tell the Difference Between Foundation Cracks

Structural or Non-Structural- How to Tell the Difference Between Foundation Cracks

If you have noticed cracks in concrete elements around your home, you may be alarmed. And rightfully so. Cracks in driveways, basements, and other areas can be a good indicator that you have foundation issues. What is more is that even non-serious cracks can turn serious over time.... [read more]

Published on 12-21-2020

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