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Overseeing Residential Construction Projects

Whether building a new home or revamping an old one, it feels good to be able to rely on an experienced contractor to make sure the job gets done right. But just because you have a professional by your side doesn't mean that you shouldn't have an understanding of how your construction project should be handled. If you don't know what to expect from your contractor, their team, and even your own efforts during construction, you won't know whether anything important is being overlooked or that labor production is inefficiant. This blog was designed to provide visitors like you with the tips, tricks, insights, and guidelines that are needed to successfully oversee any type of construction project. Thanks for stopping by!

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3 Things A Gate Says About Your Residential Property

23 August 2017
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Think about a home enclosed in a fence and sealed by a gate at the end of the drive. What are your impressions of this property? If you are like most homeowners, there are some pretty common answers that will come to mind. This is because properties that have a gate installed speak volumes about the property itself and sometimes, even the people who reside there. If you choose to have your property fenced and a gate added to the driveway entrance, you should know just what this change is going to say to the outside world. Read More …

Beyond the Nursery: Remodeling Your Kitchen and Bath in Anticipation of a New Baby

6 July 2017
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Planning for a new baby is an overwhelming task, with many things to buy, build, and change before your due date. What better time than now to remodel two of the most important rooms in your home, the bath and kitchen? Such remodeling won't necessarily be exclusive to making way for the new baby; rather, it can mean the beginning of a much richer and more livable home experience. These remodeling changes should see you and your expanding family well into the future, while increasing the value of your home at the same time. Read More …

Understanding Your Water Heater Anode And How To Replace The Part

11 July 2016
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Your water heater is one of the most essential appliances in your home. An electric model is likely to last up to about eight years. In many cases, corrosion will cause the heater to fail. Water heaters are made out of steel and they are covered with an enamel coating. This coating will protect the exterior from corrosion. A small device called a sacrificial anode will protect the inside of the tank from forming rust as the steel comes into contact with water. Read More …

Tips For Avoiding Clogged Drain Disasters In Your Home

26 January 2016
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The plumbing drain pipes in your house take a lot of abuse on a regular basis. Everything that you flush or send down the sink drains end up in your home's primary drain pipe. This can often lead to clogs from the accumulation of debris, grease and hair in the pipe. The best way to avoid a complete disaster with your home's plumbing system is to protect the pipes from potential contaminants. Read More …

Prepare For Next Summer With These Central A/C Maintenance Tips

24 September 2015
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You might not need your central air conditioner now that the fall season is in full swing, but it still needs regularly scheduled maintenance. With summer temperatures no longer an issue, now is the perfect time for you to take care of those maintenance and upkeep issues that may have been put off throughout the summer. Get ready to battle next summer's heat wave with these helpful maintenance tips: Banish Dirt and Debris from Your Central A/C System Read More …