Have you been curious about where our Tip of the Day episodes have been?
In our previous video we heard from Brian who talked about clay soils. In today's #FoundationRepair#TipOfTheDay Brian discusses where we've been and why we've missed episodes over the last couple of days.... Don't worry, though, we're back in action and will be 'running' back tomorrow with another new Foundation Repair Tip of The Day episode!!!
OMG...99 days till Mexico🍹Can I hear an “oh yah”!!! That means 14 days to get your pics sent into email@example.com to be entered! @duralockinterlocking is entered with this fabulous fall landscape pic. If you have any questions about the contest ask away or DM us.
The floating staircase is completely finished now! I had to go to another project for a bit and came back for the delayed parts. I'm so happy with the results of this project. I've done some staircases before but not to this magnitude, and I have to say I absolutely loved installing it!
People have asked me about the seam in the landing between the two pieces of hardwood and how I feel about it. The seam was a well-decided direction for dealing with the constantly moving landing. It will always shift together or apart due to warm and cool air due to the shift of seasons and heating of the home. Instead of hearing constant squeaks when you walk on the landing, the seam allows tension to release for steel underneath making it a very silent landing.
I am returning next week to actually install the kitchen for this home on Eagle Mountain so stay tuned for that. I will also be posting more photos of the staircase when the home looks more like a home and less like a construction zone!
Happy national pasta day! 🍝 Who’s ready to make their favorite dish in this stunning kitchen? This Sedona model in Century Farm will be finished and ready for move in October 31st! Call (208)284-2700 for more details📱
Peep that custom cabinetry glow up 👀
The crown moulding is up in place, and a few appliances are installed, but I can’t wait for the stone countertop and backsplash to really pull this basement kitchenette together!
#WiseWednesday When laying tile over a substrate (such as a DITRA uncoupling membrane) it is extremely important to BACK BUTTER! This is done by spreading a layer of thinset mortar on the bottom surface of the tile in addition to the substrate. Proper back buttering ensures adequate thinset coverage so your tiles will stay in place 👌
It's unfortunate, but the problems caused by a settling foundation can't fix themselves. Our Project Consultant, Mark Cook, recently inspected the foundation of a beautiful home in the hills of Walnut, CA. The homeowner had been fighting with stucco and drywall cracks throughout the home for months, and finally decided to call our team after the new tile in their kitchen had cracked and begun separating.⠀
During the inspection Mark measured an elevation change of up to 2.8 inches in some areas of the home!⠀
Cracks like these don't fix themselves, and they will continue to appear until the cause of the settling is addressed. ⠀
Call today and schedule a FREE foundation inspection!
Here’s a candid shot from a recent #paving job, where we enjoyed the last of the late summer weather while paving a #commercial lot.
We hope there are a few more days of warmth like this left in October!
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