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A Beautiful Sunroom

Do you desperately desire a beautiful, peaceful place to relax in your home? Perhaps, you currently only have one living space in your house. If you need additional space, consider hiring a contractor to build a stunning sunroom onto your home. A sunroom is a room with lots of windows. To be comfortable in this space all year long, make sure to inform your contractor you want it insulated. You might be interested in installing natural, stone tiles in your sunroom. Stained, concrete floors are another fun option. On this blog, I hope you will discover valuable information about sunroom additions. Enjoy!

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3 Creative Ways To Add More Function To A Water Closet

10 April 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Bathroom remodeling projects allow you to express your creativity while improving the functionality of the room. This process can seem downright easy if you have a large room and a matching budget. But sometimes you have to get creative with a much smaller space such as a water closet. A water closet by definition only needs to include a toilet. But there are a few creative ways to add more function to this small room: Read More …

Two Of Your Questions About Foundation Repairs Answered

30 March 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Without a solid and stable foundation, a building would be unable to stand the test of time. Unfortunately, it is possible for the foundation under your home to develop a variety of problems, and these issues may make your house unsafe. Due to the severity and risks associated with this problem, it should not be a surprise that many homeowners want to know as much as they can about this problem. Read More …

Wiring Problem In Your Home? Know These Mistakes Before You Start Repairs

17 March 2015
 Categories: , Blog

If there's one area of your home where ignoring a needed repair can eventually cause a bigger problem, it's with electrical wiring. While many repairs can be done by the average homeowner, there are some very common mistakes that many people make. Here's a look at those mistakes, and what you should do to avoid them. Mistake #1: Leaving wires unprotected If you're doing electrical work in the wood framing under your home, it's very easy to damage wires that run along the wood. Read More …

How A Termite Inspection Can Protect You When You Buy A Home

16 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Purchasing a home only to find out later that it has a severe termite problem is among the most disheartening experiences that can happen to a homeowner. Fortunately, there are ways to circumvent this. Many lenders require that home loans are contingent on the house passing a termite inspection. Even if your financing does not include a termite inspection, it's in your best interests to have one done anyway. Referred to as a Wood-Destroying Organisms Report (WDO) among real estate professionals and property lenders, this documents both past and present termite activity. Read More …

2 Reasons To Install A Radiant Heating System Instead Of Forced Air

8 December 2014
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Installing a new heating system usually comes down to trying to decide between a radiant heating or forced air system. However, a radiant heating system is a great choice because of the many benefits that it can provide. Two reasons to install a radiant heating system instead of a forced air one are that it is more energy efficient and require less maintenance. Energy Efficient A forced air system is not going to be very energy efficient, despite the fact that it can warm your house up in a very short amount of time. Read More …