Home additions are not only intended for current homes, but for future homes as well. We all want bigger houses, but many homeowners should know that moving into a smaller home and putting in an addition could save you a boatload of money. It all comes down to price, time and a willingness to live through the renovation.
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AdditionsMar 20, 2014
Siding & Exterior
The key to any fencing project is open communication between the homeowner and contractor. Putting up a security, privacy, pool or any other type of fence can be a lengthy and difficult process. The best way to simplify the process is to always have an open dialogue with your fencing contractor.Mar 20, 2014
Roofing & Gutters
Now firmly into the fall season, a homeowner chore you can’t ignore is gutter cleaning. Whether you see it or not, leaves and dirt are starting to pile up and failing to remove these natural elements can ruin your home’s foundation, damage your roof or even cause a leak in your home.Nov 4, 2013
There is no better way to get to know your next contractor than with these five essential questions. Be as prepared as possible for your next home improvement project by asking these pivotal questions that all need to be answered before signing that contractOct 31, 2013