May 5, 2018

Under Deck Drainage

During hot summer days, a deck can be a great place to hang out, party, and entertain. But what happens if you also want to enjoy the outdoors during and shortly after rainy days – which often happens in Vancouver’s unpredictable weather patterns. That’s when an Underdeck Drainage System can […]
April 5, 2018

How to Fix Water Drainage

If your home doesn’t have any gutters, consider investing in a good gutter system, especially in a rainy city like Vancouver. Gutters collect the rain water that runs off the roof of your home and deposits it onto the ground. A good gutter system will direct rain water away from […]
March 15, 2018
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Drainage Behind a Retaining Wall

A retaining wall is generally used to hold back soil when there is a drastic change in elevation. It is typically constructed of a material such as brick, concrete, stone or wood timbers. Even though it is often passed over, proper retaining wall drainage is the most important aspect of […]
February 2, 2018

Solar Roofing: a Transition to Solar Power

Roofs help protect us from the elements: the sun, the rain, and the snow. But what if it also helped provide us with energy? Take a look at this solar tarps currently in development, a way to provide roofing and power to you simultaneously.
January 15, 2018

How Torch On Roofing Works

Are you looking for a quality roofing finish for your flat-roofed homes? It may be time to start looking at torch on roofing, one of the most common and effective ways to finish a flat or low sloped roof. As its name suggests, torch on roofing consists of several layers […]
January 1, 2018

An Introduction to Shingle Roofs

Shingle roofing is one of the most common types of roofing nowadays. Shingle roofing involves the usage of individual overlapping elements in order to create one solid piece of roofing that works together for greater resilience and strength. When you see a sloped roof on a house, it’s likely made […]

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