2021

This blog is all about communicating effectively with your general contractor—before he or she starts work.

Air-Conditioning Services You May Need When Your AC Isn’t Keeping Your House Cool Enough

2 June 2021
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If your air conditioner cycles on and off but your house still seems too warm, you may need an AC repair service to diagnose the problem. Many things go wrong with air conditioners, and even the failure of a simple part can have wide-reaching effects that keep your AC from doing its job. Here are some air-conditioning services you may need in order to chill down your house again. Install a New Thermostat Read More …

Is Your Home Cosmetically Challenged? How Siding Replacement Can Help

23 April 2021
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Homes do not always age well. Past damage and the cumulative effects caused by years of weather exposure can leave any home looking tired and less attractive than it once was. Even well-managed repair and renovation projects can also contribute to this type of cosmetic issue, especially if it was not possible to fully match the replacement building materials to the original ones. Homeowners who want to help their home look its very best may find that siding replacement can offer the results they want as well as offer some important additional benefits. Read More …

Tips For Recognizing A Good Roofing Contractor

5 March 2021
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Replacing a roof is a very big home improvement project, and it can be quite expensive, especially if you have a large house. Thus, if you're going to invest a large amount of money to have a new roof installed, it makes sense to want the job done right so your new roof can last for many years without any issues. One of the keys to a successful roof replacement is choosing the right roofing contractor. Read More …

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Communicating With Your General Contractor

Nothing is more frustrating than deciding on a construction project, only to be bombarded by a long list of problems during the construction phase. Unfortunately, if you work with the wrong person, you might become pretty familiar with issues. About five years ago, I hired one of my neighbors to renovate my bathroom. Although the mere idea sounds ridiculous now, at the time it seemed like a natural solution to a real problem. Unfortunately, as soon as he got started, I knew that he didn't know what he was doing. This blog is all about communicating effectively with your general contractor—before he or she starts work.

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