Are You Designing A Ranch-Style House?

Posted on: 11 July 2019

Have you decided that you want a one-story house? Perhaps you now live in a two-story house and you realized that the time is coming when it will be hard to manage stairs, or maybe you have decided that you want a one-story house just because it appeals to you. No matter the reason that you're going with a one-story home, have you chosen to have a ranch-style home built?  If that's the case, here are some ideas that might help you.
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Tips For Preparing Yourself For Your Log Cabin Construction

Posted on: 30 May 2019

Making the decision to invest in a custom-built log home is a big one. If you have finally made that decision, you are probably wondering about the timeframe that you're looking at before your home is ready for you to move in. Understanding the fundamentals of the process can help you to accurately set your expectations and prepare yourself for the process that's ahead. Here's a look at what you need to know.
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Dock Types To Consider For Your Lake Property

Posted on: 23 April 2019

If you have a cabin or home on a lake, then you may want a dock to enjoy the water as much as possible. Because docks are specialty constructions, you should speak with a dock construction company about building the dock for you. Before speaking with such a business, you will need to decide on the type of dock that you desire. Keep reading to learn about a few of your options.
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Things To Look For In Spotting Attic Insulation Issues

Posted on: 5 March 2019

When it comes to general heating and cooling, few things affect the efficiency in your home quite like the insulation. If you haven't checked out your attic insulation in a while and you are having trouble keeping your home comfortable, you may want to think about taking the time to examine your attic insulation. There are several common problems that you'll need to be attentive to, and knowing what to look for could potentially save you hundreds in unnecessary heating and cooling costs.
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