No One Should Feel Claustrophobic in Their Own Home

Ready for Your Own Office? Remodel the Basement to Function as One

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Once you have built enough of a client base to warrant your own office, you may be thinking about how to go about getting one. For instance, you can look at local office buildings to see if there is availability. It is also possible to use a spare bedroom as an office if you are content with working at home. But, you may be interested in creating an office that gives you a little more privacy than a bedroom. Read More»

3 Important Reasons To Install A New Rain Gutter System During Your Remodeling Project

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Do you own your own home? Are you in the middle of a renovation project? If you’re currently working on remodeling some or all of your home, you’re probably looking for ways that you can save money on the project as a whole. One way that you may be considering saving money is by ignoring or simply ignoring your house’s gutter system instead of having it inspected and repaired or replaced as necessary. Read More»

Common Causes Of Asphalt Driveway Subsidence And Sinking

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A sinking asphalt driveway shouldn’t be something you have to live with as a homeowner. A permanent repair is possible, but pinpointing the cause is the key to making sure it doesn’t return. There are several possible reasons why an asphalt driveway would subside, and some of the most common causes are explained below. Poorly Compacted or Unprepared Base As with any building project, a driveway must have an adequate base of support to maintain its integrity for the long-term. Read More»

Tips For Maintaining Custom Wood Cabinets

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When investing in a full kitchen remodel, a big portion of the budget may go towards custom wood cabinets. Choosing custom wood cabinets for your kitchen is an excellent decision, but you will need to care for them properly if you want them to continue to look great for many years to come. Use the following tips to maintain the wood cabinets in your kitchen: Clean Wood Gently The surface of wood cabinets will need to be cleaned regularly in order to remove grime and grease. Read More»

Signs An Asphalt Shingle Roof Is Failing: Deciding Whether To Repair Or Replace Your Existing Roof

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When your roof is covered in asphalt shingles, you can expect that your roof will last around 15–20 years. The roof may last longer if you live in an area that has a moderate climate and your roof isn’t subject to harsh conditions. In the reverse, if your roof is exposed to long hours of hot sunlight or temperature extremes, your asphalt shingle roof may disintegrate more rapidly. While you may not pay much attention to your roof until there is a leak, once there is a problem with your roof, it’s time to have the structural integrity checked by a roofing specialist. Read More»