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Custom Homes: Things To Consider With Your Clients

As a contractor, you design homes for a living. While you don't always have the ability to design a custom home, when given the opportunity, you love to create custom homes for people to enjoy. There are many ways you can control a custom build so you can help your clients stay on track as well as guide your custom home building project in a positive direction for everyone.  You can use as many of these pointers to benefit your business as you'd like. Read More 

When To Hire An Excavation Company To Help You

There are times when digging a hole requires more than just a shovel and a strong back. Large areas that need the earth removed and altered in some way often require large machinery and an operator that knows how to properly run the machine. Foundation Work If you have to remove the soil around the foundation of a building to repair the concrete or seal the foundation, an excavator and a skilled operator are a huge asset. Read More 

What’s Up With Your Windows?

Are your windows giving you grief? Do you wish your windows were looking nicer and newer? If you are concerned about the way your windows look, then you need to do something about them. New window installation can make a huge difference in both the quality and enjoyment of your windows, which can help you feel more confident in your home. Whether you're getting new windows because you don't like your old ones anymore or you have concerns about your current window glass and aren't sure if you're ready to make the full upgrade, new windows can make a huge difference in your home. Read More 

Steel Stud Vs. Wood Framing For Commercial Projects

Large commercial construction projects are expensive, complex affairs. If you are managing one of these projects, it is likely that you are responsible to a large number of stakeholders who each have an interest in seeing the project not only completed correctly and on time but in the most cost-effective way possible. When working with designers and builders in the early phases of a project, one of the most important decisions that needs to be made is the material used for framing. Read More 

Blending Your Gutters In With Your Home

Gutters are necessary for protecting your home. But what if you just really hate the look of gutters? Once you start noticing unsightly gutters, it can be almost impossible to stop. Luckily, there are some ways you can obscure or even decorate them, especially with the help of gutter specialists. Here are a few of your options. Painting Your Gutters to Match Your Home One reason gutters are often noticeable is because older gutters were installed as bright white piping against the home. Read More