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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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A central air conditioner isn't always desired, or

It's All About The Waste: How To Protect Your Septic System
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Time To Move Mom Or Dad Into Your Home? Home Remodeling Tips To Keep Elderly Parents Safe & Sound

Caring for an elderly parent is a situation faced by an increasing number of adult children in America today. In fact, according to a recent survey, 15% of adult children are now providing some sort of care for a parent between the ages of 65 and 74, with that number rising sharply to 33% for those with a parent aged 75 or older. Adult children who have elderly parents with health or mobility issues that require around-the-clock care often decide to bring their elderly parents into their own homes in order to provide a higher degree of care while still being able to care for their own families. Read More 

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

If you are installing vinyl siding on the outside of your home's newly built room addition, then the project will go a lot more smoothly if you follow these time-tested tips for successfully working with vinyl siding products: Always Cut Vinyl Siding Short While the trim pieces for your room addition's new vinyl siding will need to be cut with some precision, the siding's plank pieces need to be intentionally cut short. Read More 

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

Homeowners choose metal roofs for a lot of reasons, but perhaps the one reason they choose metal over asphalt shingles the most is due to the fact that it is known to have a long life span. In fact, a good metal roof can last the lifetime of your home. However, even though a metal roof may last for the lifetime of your home, it does not mean that it will not become stained and discolored over time. Read More 

Best Tips For Cutting And Installing Crown Molding

Crown molding makes your home look elegant. The wood can be left natural, painted, or stained depending on your individual taste and style preferences. The work can be done as a simple line or intertwined with roses or other nice touches to make the wood more unique. If you know a wood craftsperson, you could have it designed to match your furniture. Now that is unique! Step 1: The most difficult phase of installing the molding is the corner cuts because it is positioned between the ceiling and the wall. Read More