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    Is it Time to Repair or Replace your Roof?

    A roof that’s well maintained contributes to your home’s optimal performance. If your roofing has served you for many years and begins to show signs of trouble, it could be time to consider a replacement. Roof replacements don’t come cheap but may have better long-term value than low-cost repairs. You cannot judge from the outs... Read More

    by KitchenAndBath on April 15, 2019Comments (0)
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    5 Branding & Marketing Tips for Construction Companies

    No matter what industry you work in, branding is an absolutely vital consideration - but it can be more than a little overwhelming, particularly in the construction industry. Whether you’re putting together your branding for the first time, undergoing a rebrand, or planning a new marketing strategy, the sheer number of things to consider c... Read More

    by James Hale on April 01, 2019Comments (0)
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    Tips For Renovation In Construction

    The construction industry is changing and a higher percentage of construction companies work is related to renovations instead of new builds. Renovations are often more complex than green-field projects because the work you are performing can impact existing occupants or negatively impact the building itself.This article will help to outline som... Read More

    by buildercn on March 23, 2019Comments (0)
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    Why You Should Use Board and Batten Siding for Your Home

    When it comes to siding, not a lot of people know about board and batten. Commonly used as a siding technique on barns, board and batten has since come into popularity for residential homes as well. Let’s have a look at what makes board and batten such an interesting option, and why you should use it for your home. Board and Batten is Lon... Read More

    by lge77 on March 18, 2019Comments (0)
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    Why You Should Use ICF for Your Storm Shelter

    Having a structurally sound storm shelter is crucial to ensuring the survival of any who decide to use it during an emergency. A storm shelter can be constructed from a variety of different materials, but ICF is the best. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why insulated concrete forms (ICF) make the most effective and efficient mater... Read More

    by lge77 on March 04, 2019Comments (1)
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    Guide for Choosing Roofing Materials

    Most homeowners only think about their roof when it is in dire need of repairs. The small leaks are easily ignored and regular roof inspection is not something most homeowners think about. What most people fail to understand is that by properly maintaining the roof and replacing it at the end of its lifespan, you ensure it does its job of protec... Read More

    by KitchenAndBath on February 20, 2019Comments (0)
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    Asbestos in Construction

    During my time in construction I have worked on a number of jobs that have asbestos containing material (ACM). The safe removal and treatment of this material often involves alot of extra work. In this article I will cover basics of identification, removal and shed some light on different disposal methods.Asbestos Identification Asbestos has be... Read More

    by buildercn on February 18, 2019Comments (0)
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    5 Building Design Trends That Are Small, But Mighty

    Not every home renovation or project needs to require a vast amount of time and resources to upgrade your home.  instead, sometimes tiny both cost-effective can make all the difference. In this article, we will take a look at four small but mighty building-design trends. Let’s begin! 1. Doors & Windows While the installation of... Read More

    by lge77 on February 15, 2019Comments (0)
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    Choosing The Right Level For Your Workplace

    Probably the most unsung tool in a carpenter or handymans arsenal is a level. Ensuring that something is plumb is an essential part of any job, large or small, which makes a level an indispensable part of their toolbox. In this article, we’ll take a look at a number of tips on choosing the best level. Evaluating Accuracy The most importa... Read More

    by lge77 on February 15, 2019Comments (0)
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    Energy Efficient Home Improvement Solutions

    When undertaking a new home improvement project, energy efficiency may not be at the top of your priorities, especially if your budget does not stretch particularly far. However, with many of us aiming to cut back on day-to-day expenses, and environmental issues becoming more important than ever, it is worthwhile to factor energy efficiency into... Read More

    by James Stedman on February 14, 2019Comments (0)
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