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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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A Few Tips for Those Considering Adding a Building to Their Farm or Ranch

22 August 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Adding a building to your farm or ranch can be an excellent way of increasing the storage space for your equipment and livestock. Unfortunately, there are many farmers and ranchers that may not have the experience of adding one of these structures to their property. For these individuals, it may be beneficial to consider a few tips to help avoid making some potentially critical oversights during this upgrade. Verify Local Zoning Laws Read More …

Keeping Employees Safe When Using Industrial Pallet Racks To Hold Inventory

18 July 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are in the process of setting up a warehouse, you will most likely have organizational procedures in place for the placement of products used on a daily basis. If you are using industrial pallet racks to stack materials, having safety procedures in place to reduce the risk of injury to your employees is necessary. Here are some tips you can use to keep your warehouse's belongings safely on the racks and at less risk of falling on someone as a result. Read More …

How To Waterproof Your Basement Properly

22 April 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Basements are nice to have as they provide more space for your things as well as more living space for your family. If you have a finished basement with drywall, carpeting and furniture, the last thing you want to see is seepage or floodwater damaging your property. If your basement has a problem with seepage you need to take care of it right away before you have a bigger problem. That water can not only damage your personal belongings, it can also cause mold and mildew to grow. Read More …

3 Ways To Minimize Seizure Injuries In The Kitchen

1 April 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are remodeling your kitchen, you have to take many things into consideration. For example, because you have grand mal seizures, you need to keep your safety in mind. Below are three ways you can minimize injury just in case you have a seizure in your home. Kitchen Appliances If you are planning to get rid of everything in your kitchen, make sure you have a microwave. If you do use a stove, only use the back burners. Read More …

Do More With Drywall Than Just Cover- Up A Wall: Create Amazing Art!

16 February 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

There are some viral videos online right now that demonstrate the clever art of using drywall to create some pretty amazing pieces of art. These textural beauties appear to be as easy as cutting in to the damp drywall with a palette-knife, with the end-result becoming a stunning, three-dimensional focal point for the room. Before you begin shaping, cutting, and crafting, there are some things that you should know about turning ordinary drywall into an unconventional conversation piece. Read More …