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Want a bathroom addition? What to know before you cut through concrete

Posted on: May 17, 2019 by in Blog
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It’s home improvement season, which means you’re probably dreaming of enhancements to make your space more livable and to enhance property value. Adding a bathroom is a great way to do both, but for many people, concrete poses a potential problem. Want to add a bathroom to your garage? How about adding a powder room in the basement? A bathroom addition means you need proper plumbing, and often in these types of spaces, none exists. You simply have a cold concrete slab and a bit of a Continue Reading ...

Home Buyers Inspection Service

Posted on: May 10, 2019 by in Blog
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A thorough home inspection ought to be on the checklist of top points to do for both home customers and also vendors. On the face of it, a house may look impressive with appropriately repainted wall surfaces, a roofing system that looks incredibly safe and also structures that are faultless. Yet, only In-House Inspections can show if this is truly the instance. Choosing the In-House Inspections solution will assist you to establish how your home is structured. That is, whether it is a newly Continue Reading ...

New ways HOAs are communicating with residents

Posted on: May 3, 2019 by in Blog
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Are you talking to me? Housing associations take a new approach to resident relations Without thoughtful communication, relationships between board members, residents and property managers of community associations can go from smooth to contentious in a hurry. From single-family communities to high-rise condos, everyone has their own ideas about what’s best for the neighborhood. But despite what most headlines will have you believe, the reality is that homeowner satisfaction in managed Continue Reading ...

Clearing the air: 5 facts to know when choosing new roofing

Posted on: April 22, 2019 by in Blog
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  When choosing products and materials for a new roof, many homeowners focus mainly on color and what their shingles will look like next to their existing siding or brick. Naturally, aesthetics and curb appeal are important. But an even more crucial element of your new roof is the attic ventilation system. If your roofer doesn't install a well-designed ventilation system through your attic, your home could be subject to problems ranging from moisture damage to irreversibly warped Continue Reading ...

Money Saving Roofing Secrets Every Homeowner Should Know

Posted on: April 15, 2019 by in Blog
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Money-saving tips about roof shingles Replacing an aging or damaged roof is an important step in providing crucial protection from the damage the elements can dish out — from heat, wind and rain, to snow, sleet and hail. But homeowners may not realize that the type of roof shingle they choose can make a big difference, not only in the protection it offers to the home, but also in the cost of their homeowners’ insurance. Here are a few things homeowners should keep in mind when looking Continue Reading ...

How Day Lighting Can Brighten Up Your Home

Posted on: April 8, 2019 by in Blog
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5 ways to brighten up your home with daylighting Looking for relatively quick, doable home improvement projects that won’t break the bank? You can create a bright, cheerful home just by changing the lighting. A well-lit space can make rooms appear more spacious, as well as brighten the colors of your new decor or accessories. As you begin to plan your lighting, consider a daylighting system that brings natural brightness to all the areas in your home. These daylighting basics will help you Continue Reading ...

Home Builders Warranty

Posted on: April 1, 2019 by in Blog
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Business owners in the construction industry are always looking for new ways to minimize risks and protect their assets. There are a number of insurance plans and warranties you can take out during the construction process These insurance plans and warranties cover you in case something goes wrong, such as an accident at the workplace, theft of construction material from the site, flooding or some other disaster, and so on. Once the house is built and sold, you think of it as a completed Continue Reading ...

Want to buy a home? Do the math

Posted on: March 25, 2019 by in Blog
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  It is a common misconception that a 20 percent down payment is required to buy a home. Advice to wait and save a large down payment is often based on the theory that the cost of mortgage insurance (MI), which is required when you buy with a smaller down payment, should be avoided. This may not be the best advice and is, in fact, not in line with market trends, considering the median down payment for first-time homebuyers is 7 percent, according to the National Association of Continue Reading ...

Transform Your Bathroom Into A Wellness Retreat For Body and Mind

Posted on: March 19, 2019 by in Blog
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When you think of your bathroom, what comes to mind? A place you're in and out of quickly while getting ready for the day or winding down for the night? Your bathroom can be more than just a utilitarian space. By adding certain bathroom amenities, you can transform your bathroom into a calming oasis that serves as a retreat from everyday stressors. Consider these five ideas that provide a spa-inspired experience in the comfort of your own home: 1. Tantalizing tub features provide a Continue Reading ...

Home Improvement Projects for Older Homes

Posted on: March 4, 2019 by in Blog
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Do you own an older home, and are you looking to make upgrades that matter? Strategic enhancements not only increase a property's resale value but also its functionality. This is particularly important among young homebuyers. Sixty-eight percent of millennial homebuyers reported buyer's remorse, according to a Bank of the West survey. Today's high home prices in cities across the country mean that many millennials are buying older homes rather than newly built ones. Shortly after the Continue Reading ...

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