During winter months, construction projects can become more difficult for many reasons. If your project is about to endure the coldest months of the year, we can help you better understand (and outsmart!) construction during winter.
Foundation damage can transform your home from a safe environment to a hazardous one. Even the slightest crack can lead to pervasive damage inside, ranging from tangible water damage to poor air quality that has lasting health effects. Timely foundation repair may be your ticket to safe air in your home, as well as a home without structural fatigue.
When you’re researching quality, local carpenters for your next project, look no further than Herr & Company. From residential to commercial construction, we have finish and rough carpenters on staff to give you peace of mind and provide quality control throughout the project. By keeping carpenters on staff, we are able to deliver a higher quality project, built to last.
Choosing a company or individual to whom to trust one of your most significant investments can be difficult. You want somebody that understands you and your vision, even if you can’t articulate it perfectly. At Herr & Company, our clients tell us they hire us for our creative interpretation of their vision and clear communication from the very beginning. No matter the project: commercial, remodel, renovation, or new construction, Herr & Company is committed to providing quality work at a fair and honest price.
When you’re in the market for an expert on foundation repair and stabilization, choose a professional builder. Their knowledge and experience gives them the skills to diagnose the problem and formulate a dependable plan of action. At Herr & Company, we understand the intricacies and the importance of solidifying the base of support for your home or business, every other part of the house relies on that stability. This is not the project on which to take shortcuts or skimp. Do it right, your home depends on it.
If your next home remodeling project is on an old farmhouse, get ready for some changes. Older homes typically require updates to the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. To support modern kitchen appliances, bathrooms, and your overall comfort, these three areas often require fairly significant updates. In order to maintain the unique charms of the architecture of your home, it is best to choose a creative and experienced contractor to run and organize your project.