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The help of a general contractor

General contractors are an invaluable member of your home maintenance and repair team. General contractors have a vast amount of knowledge and know-how stocked away and know how to solve many of the issues that you may have around your home. I was trying to renovate my living room, and I just couldn't come up with a storage solution that wouldn't look intrusive and take over the space. My contractor came up with an awesome solution that fits perfectly into the space and stores everything that I need it to. Find out more ways that a general contractor can assist you in your home.

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3 Terrible Mistakes You Could Make While Installing Siding
24 February 2017

Installing vinyl siding is a home improvement task

Time To Move Mom Or Dad Into Your Home? Home Remodeling Tips To Keep Elderly Parents Safe & Sound
17 August 2016

Caring for an elderly parent is a situation faced

Time-Tested Tips For Successfully Installing Vinyl Siding On Your Room Addition
26 May 2016

If you are installing vinyl siding on the outside

3 HUGE Mistakes To Avoid When Cleaning Stains From A Metal Roof
5 May 2016

Homeowners choose metal roofs for a lot of reasons

Best Tips For Cutting And Installing Crown Molding
10 February 2016

Crown molding makes your home look elegant. The wo

Tips For Installing Vinyl Siding On Your Detached Garage

Now that you have decided to put up vinyl siding on the exterior surface of your home's new detached garage, it is important that you know how to properly install it. To this end, follow these tips for a successful vinyl siding installation that will last for many years to come: Use a Vinyl Siding Specific Saw Blade Cutting the sheets of vinyl siding for your garage is not possible using a regular wood or tile blade on your saw. Read More 

4 Reasons To Renew Your Work Shed By Replacing The Windows

If you spend enough time outside doing handy work or landscaping, then you may have a work shed that you use to store your tools and supplies. While the work shed does not need to look great in order for it to be functional, you likely do not want it in poor shape from regular wear and tear. To renew your work shed without the project getting too costly, consider the following steps towards replacing the windows. Read More 

Three Decking Solutions For A Clean, Durable New Deck For Your Home

Many people do not realize that the deck on your home is much like the roof; it is only designed to last for so many years before it is going to need to be replaced. If you are building a new deck for your home, you want to choose the best decking materials to help you get the most life out of your deck. There are many different choices to replace treated lumber, such as composite materials and tropical hardwoods. Read More 

Faux Finish? How To Temporarily Create Guest Accommodations In Your Unfinished Basement

The holidays are coming and for many families that means its time to get the family home ready for overnight guests. If, like many families, your home is already feeling cramped, the extra space needed to make grandparents, siblings, adult children and family friends feel comfortable and welcome can be hard to find. However, if your home has an unfinished basement you may be able to create the space you need quickly and economically with these faux finish tips. Read More 

Three Modern Decking Materials That Can Replace Old Treated Lumber For Deck Renovations

If you have an older deck on your home, it will eventually need to have renovations if it is an all lumber deck. This is because the treated lumber that is used for the structure and decking will eventually decay. When this happens, you will need to do repairs and may even need to replace the decking. For the new decking, you may want to consider modern materials, such as vinyl, composites and metal decking materials that are more durable and will stand the test of time. Read More