Meet Zane Zanda

Holiday Decor Tips For Vinyl Siding

The holidays are fast approaching, which means that you are probably getting ready to hang lights on your home. If you have vinyl siding, you may be a little concerned over the best way to do this. You also don't want to take any chances with damaging your home. The following tips can help you with the process. Tip #1: Use newer LED d├ęcor Generally, vinyl siding is relatively resistant to minor heat damage. Read More 

Three Tips For Making Your Windows More Eco-Friendly

Although "windows" and "eco-friendly" may not sound like two concepts that go together easily because windows are so notorious for energy leakage and are manufactured with non-renewable resources, window efficiency has recently increased considerably. Recent advances in technology and manufacturing practices have made it possible to have windows that actually help you use less energy and live a greener lifestyle. Here are three ways you can convert your windows into a more efficient, greener part of your home. Read More 

Tips For Greening Your Demolition Project

Whether you're planning an interior demolition making way for a remodel or a full-scale demolition underway to allow new building construction, you probably have a lot on your mind as you start doing research and trying to choose a demolition company. But if you're a green business or even simply an eco-friendly homeowner, you may start to wonder about what effect your project will have on the environment. Unfortunately, many demolitions end in having all the removed materials simply carted away to the landfill. Read More 

New Homeowner Tips For Choosing A Sump Pump

If you live in an area where water accumulation in the basement is likely, you'll want to make sure that you have a sump pump that can keep up with the demand. Unfortunately, many homeowners don't understand how to choose the right one. Here's a look at what you need to know before you invest in a pump that doesn't get the job done. What Kinds Of Pumps Are There? Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Hiring A Masonry Contractor

Hiring a contractor is one of the first steps to take after deciding to plan and complete a masonry project. A great way to make sure that you've got the right contractor by your side is to schedule consultations with multiple potential contractors so you can get to know them a bit before deciding who to hire. Here are a few considerations to make when consulting with each contractor. Material Specializations Read More 

About Me

Meet Zane Zanda

My name is Zane Zanda, and welcome to my site on construction! Although I'm not a professional, I first became interested in construction topics a few years ago when my wife and I were building our dream home. But, interestingly enough, it wasn't the actual construction process that lit the spark. It was actually fire sprinklers. When my wife and I, were talking to our contractor about getting the permits for our house, we were informed that the square footage of our house was so large that we would actually be required to install fire sprinklers in the ceiling! I thought that was so strange, but of course we complied. As I started looking at all the different construction laws, I knew I was hooked.