Archive for July, 2015

Thinking About Replacing Your Windows and Doors?

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If you’re replacing your residential windows and doors, you’ve probably got a lot on your mind. One of the thoughts that may have crossed your mind could be “why should I replace my residential windows and residential doors?” Well I’m here to fill you in a little.

Upgrade Your Safety – A shoddy window or door could be the difference between a safe house and a home break in. You may not know how susceptible your windows and doors are to invasion until it’s too late. Better safe than sorry! Luckily, they make steel windows and steel doors in beautiful designs that are indistinguishable from a traditional wooden door. Which brings us to…

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Facts About Historic Renovations That Will Impress Your Friends

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Facts About Historic Home Renovations That Will Impress Your Friends


It is no secret historic home renovations take more time and patience than
newer homes. Yet, preserving historic homes with renovations will not only provide you a large return on your investment, there are even special financing tools that can hep pay for the remodel. Two of the most common rooms that people remodel are the bathroom and the kitchen. From there, many people move on to windows and siding.

The Bathroom

Bathroom remodeling will bring a return on your investment of 63.6%. It is also the most requested renovations in the United States, according to the Nation Association

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All New Homeowners Need to Read This

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Cassandra felt like there was a never ending list of things she needed to learn about once she became a homeowner. When she bought her house and gave up apartment living for good, she was mostly focused on the awesome things like getting to paint her walls whatever color she wanted and the ability to leave her clothes in the dryer without fear of them ending up on a laundry room floor. After moving in, however, she realized that there was a lot involved in being a good homeowner and properly maintaining her house. Keep reading to find out about her three biggest lessons.
1) Good Fences Make Good Neighbors One of the things Cassandra loved most about her new home was the wood fence that surrounded the backyard. She did not realize, however, that fence maintenance would suddenly be

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3 Things To Fix In Your New Fixer-Upper

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So you bought that relic on Oak Street. Everyone advised you against it–the paint was chipping, there were rumors of termites in the foundation, and the curb appeal called to mind a fish restaurant from the 1970s. But you were confident that with the right equipment and skilled workers, you could make the fixer-upper a home.

We are here to tell you we believe in your dream. Below are a few aspects of your new purchase that you should have looked over by general contractors before embarking on your home building project. With your own DIY skills and a few dedicated professionals to help you along the way, we are confident the fish restaurant will look new in no time:

1. Ponder The Plumbing

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The Greatest Things About Having Carpets

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When considering all the floor options for your home, don’t sell yourself short! Covering almost 70% of American floors, carpeting is the popular choice to make your house feel like a home. Here are some of the best things about carpets that’ll have you buying carpet like it’s going out of style:

They’re amazingly comfortable – Choosing carpet installation for your home is a commitment to comfort. Carpets can make any room feel soft and cozy, and can even help you save on your heating bill in the winter! (Carpets make great insulation.) If you have small children in your home, carpet is also the best choice for making sure that they’re s

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