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How To Handle 40 Year Recertification

16 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you purchase, own or buy homes in many states or other jurisdictions, it may be important to learn about 40 year recertifications. The more that you know about these inspections and certifications, the more prepared you'll be as a homeowner. You will need the assistance of some contractors that can tackle the work for you. Be sure that you read the information below in order to handle your property accordingly. Read More …

3 Important Things to Do to Have a Dry Basement

10 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Do you have a basement that tends to flood every spring? Are you trying to get this fixed so that you don't have to deal with yet another basement flooding this year? Having a basement attached to your home can be great. Less great is having a basement that is damp and is prone to having several inches of water within. Fortunately, there are a number of things that can dry out your basement and reduce or eliminate the potential for flooding. Read More …

Two Types Of Spray Foam Insulation And How To Use Them

20 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

As a new homeowner, you are probably very excited to start some DIY projects. While that is all fine and good, there are going to be some trial-and-error mistakes along the way as you do not have sufficient working knowledge about some things. Take insulation, for example. Sure, you are familiar with the roll-out fiberglass insulation typically used to insulate your home, but do you know anything about spray foam insulation? Read More …

Think About A Mother-In-Law Apartment For Your Elderly Parent

17 October 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you need to move an elderly parent into your home, you may want to make sure that they still have some independence while being able to help them as necessary. There are ways that you can do that. One is to create something called a mother-in-law apartment in your house.  Mother-in-Law Apartment A mother-in-law apartment is often a one bedroom or studio apartment that can be added on to your house or done in a remodel of a garage or other existing structure. Read More …

Reasons That You Don’t Want To Insulate Your Attic Yourself

15 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've recently bought an old home, your home inspector may suggest that you should have your attic's insulation replaced before too long. Upon hearing this news, you might think about reading a step-by-step guide on this process and buying the insulation with the intention of putting it in place yourself. In general, the average person can indeed do this job, as it's not overly complicated. However, there are several reasons that it's a better idea to contact a couple local insulation installation contractors, get some quotes, and choose an expert to perform this task for you. Read More …