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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.


5 Factors That Affect Commercial Roof Material Choice

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Finding a New Job As a Machine Operator

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Have Yellow Water Coming Out Of Your Faucets? Call A Plumber Today

The water coming out of your faucets shouldn't be tinged with a yellow color or any color deeper like orange or red. If you can see water discoloration coming out of some of the faucets, you'll want to call a plumber right away. This could mean the water is unsafe to use, and you don't want stains or odors. Talk with a plumbing professional about the following concerns that could be causing your water issues. Read More 

How Small Changes Can Improve Kitchen Remodeling Efforts

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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