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Improving Your Construction Experience

Ten years ago when we purchased our home, we decided to make a few changes. We wanted to rip up the carpet and replace it with dark hardwood, and we loved the idea of repainting the entire space. However, since we didn't know that much about construction, we decided that it would be in our best interest to work with a professional contractor. We worked with an expert who seemed to know the ropes, and he was amazing to work with. This blog is all about improving your construction experience by working with the right professional. You never know, the right person could take your project from drab to daring.


Hidden Mold And Health Problems

3 October 2016
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If you've been sick with headaches, breathing problems, or flu-like symptoms, and you can't pinpoint the cause, then you may want to look at household mold as a possible source. Long-term exposure to mold can cause serious health problems and the longer you are exposed, the worse your symptoms may get. Not all mold can easily be seen and your home may have a mold problem without you even knowing. Here are some signs that your health may have been impacted by hidden mold, and how you can track down the source of the problem. Read More …

Replacing Your Shower? Why A Frameless Version Is The Way To Go

29 August 2016
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Replacing your shower is a great way to update the look and feel of your bathroom.  When updating your shower, it's important to aim for a style that is both functional and aesthetically appealing.  That's why a frameless shower is such a good choice.  Learning more about the benefits of frameless showers can help you see why it is the right choice for you. Framless Showers Are Low Maintenance One of the biggest draws for frameless showers is that they are low maintenance. Read More …

Four Ways Your Business Can Reduce Electricity Usage By Your AC Unit

26 May 2016
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For many businesses, a good air conditioning system is not a luxury but a necessity. Without a good A/C unit, you may find yourself out of business quickly. Unfortunately, operating a commercial A/C system can be a large expense, and eat into your monthly profits. The following are four ways to reduce your operating costs for your air conditioning unit. Install a programmable thermostat A properly working thermostat is critical to save money with any air conditioning system, but a programmable thermostat will give you more control over how the A/C should be operating. Read More …

4 Basement Systems That You Need To Have To Protect Your Home From Disaster

10 February 2016
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If your home has a finished basement, there are many problems that can affect it. These problems can lead to things like burst pipes, flooding and water damage from sewer problems. This is why you have a series of systems in your basement to protect your home from these disasters, such as a sump pump, foundation drainage system and waterproofing system for walls. Here are some of the systems that you will want to have in your basement to protect your home from disasters:  Read More …

Four Things To Consider Before Adding Onto Your Home

30 January 2016
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At one point, your home may begin to feel too small for your expanding family. One of the best ways to accommodate for a growing family is to add onto your home. Here are four things to consider before you do this: The Layout of the Home: Once you add onto your home, the layout will be changed forever. It's important that you don't change the layout in a way that disrupts the overall flow of the home. Read More …