Each project of yours that you hire Sonrise for; there will be a Project Manager (PM) that oversees the project and at least one (1) Foreman assigned to be on-site as part of the daily crew. Usually, Mike Fournier is the PM, and the Foreman is dependent on which type of project(s) it will be.
A skillfully planned deck offers a backyard location for family gatherings and relaxation. Constructing a deck calls for knowledge and experience which is exactly what Mike Fournier with Sonrise Hardscaping and Landscaping has! If you DIY or hire Mike, it helps to know what is involved with the project.
As a homeowner, you want a house that is designed the way you want it - not a house that resembles every other house in the neighborhood.
Building a house is a gratifying undertaking, and for many of us, it's a once-in-a-lifetime event. Customizing your new home is exciting, costly, and comes with lots of decisions to be made. Many decisions will have long-term effects, so having expert guidance from a professional - Mike Fournier with Sonrise Hardscaping and Landscaping, is important.
Kids and swimming pools just naturally go together - especially when the weather is hot-hot-hot! A backyard pool is a familiar site, and many homeowners view them as a worthwhile improvement to their property. Sometimes a lack of space and the cost of installation are prohibiting factors.
Looking for something to replace the rough concrete surfaces that scratch your toes in your swimming pool? Glazed porcelain or glass pool tiles are an option that you should consider. They are distinctive, and they add to the functional pool design.
Your main outdoor investment is your swimming pool or spa. You certainly would not leave your front door open and unlocked when you leave the house, so it just makes sense to cover your pool to keep your property secure while you are away.
Daily maintenance is the most long-term and costly requirement of any pool or spa. Daily maintenance calls for attention regarding sanitation, cleanliness, temperature control, and chemical balance - all year round if you expect to be able to use the pool immediately.
As most of us have heard from childhood, pool safety involves some basics: do not run on wet concrete, do not drink and dive, do not swim in bad weather, and always wait thirty minutes after you eat so you do not get cramps.