4 November 2020
If you are a construction contractor and are not yet familiar with how building a custom home affects your part of the job, then it's important to have a basic understanding as to how custom home building and design differs from the typical production model. Custom homes are typically more specific than regularly built properties, and they are typically more expensive while also being more complicated in terms of behind-the-scenes systems.
10 September 2020
Purchasing a home for the first time can be stressful, but there is a lot more that goes into purchasing a newly constructed home. Thankfully, there are a few things to know when you purchase a new home that will help the sale go smoother and leave you with the home of your dreams. Start with Education The first step to purchasing a home that is being constructed is educating yourself on everything there is about the process.
27 July 2020
One of the worst problems that you can have with your AC during summer weather is the unit freezing. This is a problem that can cause your home to heat up quickly and damage several components. Therefore it is important to have AC services help with preventative maintenance to avoid the problems with AC components icing over. The following AC services will help you with the care that needs to be done to prevent freezing problems:
29 May 2020
When you go to get a new roof, you may think that you just have to pay for new shingles and the installation, but because you only typically have to have a new roof done every 15 to 20 years, there are some other things that your roofer may recommend that you replace. 1. Seamless Gutters Your gutters are what are responsible for directing all of the water away from your home's foundation so that it doesn't get damaged.
23 March 2020
A leaking roof isn't just an inconvenience; it can be disastrous to both your wallet and your safety. Roof leaks lead to water damage, which can become quite extensive if it isn't addressed. Further, leaks contribute to interior mold growth, and they increase the chances of a roof failure. Both of these can be hazardous. Leaks don't typically spring up randomly, but the following information can help you know what areas are most prone to leaks so you can monitor your roof better.
24 February 2020
Shelters come in all sizes and shapes, and for the majority of their history were built using traditional construction methods. This meant using up natural resources, such as lumber, and having everything from the initial design to the constraints of the construction itself revolve around the materials. Recently, however, many people planning to build a residential shelter choose to employ structurally insulated panels, or SIPs, because of the many advantages they hold over more conventional methods.
18 December 2019
If you are having a porch added to your home, one of the biggest decisions you'll need to make is what material to have the floor made from. Here are four options your builder may give you, along with a little insight into the pros and cons of each one. 1. Pressure-Treated Wood You would not want to use standard pine or maple for porch flooring, as rot would set in quickly.