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building a home addition - what you should know

When building an addition to an existing home, many things can go wrong. If you don't know what you are doing, the addition may not be structurally sound, it may leak water and the electrical system could put the entire home at risk of a fire. When I added two bedrooms to the back of my house, I thought that it was going to be an easy project that could be completed in no time. Little did I know that there is a lot of planning that goes into this type of project. This blog will show you what you need to know before you begin building an addition.


How Small Changes Can Improve Kitchen Remodeling Efforts

People who approach a kitchen remodel often focus on the big stuff. That is entirely understandable given the opportunity to make major changes during one of the biggest of the standard types of home renovations. However, there's a lot to be said for making little changes, too. These four smaller changes can make a surprising difference during a remodel. Basic Hardware  Handles, knobs, and other types of pulls often add character to cabinets, drawers, and doors. Read More 

3 Circumstances When It Is Imperative To Invest In Basement Repair

Your basement is crucial because it can be used as a store for your recreational equipment, holiday decorations, patio furniture, and kitchen supplies. It can also be used as a guest bedroom, game room, wine cellar, workout room, and library. However, you may experience strange issues if not well constructed and maintained over time. For example, your foundation soil might shift, making your basement doors and windows difficult to operate due to separations. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Chimney Sweeping

A working fireplace is an excellent feature in many homes. A fireplace provides warmth and can be a comfort on chilly days and nights. While a fireplace can be a useful feature in your home, if you have one, it's essential to maintain it properly. Over time, your chimney can accumulate dirt, debris, and creosote that requires removal. Not removing this layer of creosote can increase your home's fire risk. The solution to this problem is chimney sweeping. Read More 

Considering A Cedar Shake Roof? Know These 4 Things

Is your home in need of a new roof, and you want to use the opportunity to switch up the material that you use? Here are a few key things to know about cedar shake roofs before you make a decision about this roofing product.  What Are Cedar Shakes Made Of? What makes cedar shakes so unique is that they are made out of natural wood material. It is not artificial and designed to look like real wood. Read More 

Investing In A Custom Home Is A Wise Decision

Have you been living in an unappealing home for years because it is not worth investing the money that is needed for a remodeling project? Rather than living in a home that you are not satisfied with, it might be worth going on a mission to find a new home. For instance, you can get a custom home constructed that is not only appealing but is designed to meet the specific needs of your family. Read More