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  • Step By Step Guide To Foundation Form Installation And Choosing The Right Solutions For The Needs Of Residential Projects

    When you are building a home, the first step in the process is preparing the land and setting up the foundation forms. With residential construction, there may be some unique needs for your project, such as insulated forms, footings, and drainage systems for the foundation. In addition, some areas may need a finished solution with stamped forms for areas of the foundation that are exposed above the soil. The following step-by-step guide will help you with the process of installation and choosing the right foundation form solutions for the needs of your project:
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  • 4 Tips To Help Walk You Build The Home Of Your Dreams

    If you are in the market for a new home, you may be looking for a home that has everything you want, but it seems that there is always something missing. A new home building project can be a great way to ensure you get everything you want, but it can also be a really involved project. Therefore, you want to know what to expect when going through the entire building process.
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  • Roof Replacement Tips To Consider For Your Next Home Re-Roofing Project

    The time for replacement is approaching, and you have already begun to notice signs on your roof of its age. Now that your roof is nearing its need for replacement, you can start to plan for a new roof, and the details included in hiring a roofer and selecting a new roof product. Here are some tips to consider as your roof ages and approaches the time of replacement. Hire a Professional Roofer
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  • Demo Day: Hire It Out Or Do It Yourself?

    If the thought of doing demolition on your house makes you feel like Chip Gaines, then you're not alone. A lot of homeowners try to DIY projects (including demolition) in order to save some extra money on the remodeling process. If you are debating whether or not you should hire out some demolition services or you should try it on your own, this article will take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.
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  • Exterior Waterproofing Tips To Help Protect Your Home

    If you have a leak in your crawl space or in your basement, you will most likely look to the interior of your home for the problem, but the exterior of your home is where you should be paying most of your attention. This is especially true if those leaks are more likely seepage from exterior elements. There are a number of things you can do to help protect your home and waterproof the exterior of your home.
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  • How Your Roofing Insulation Can Save You Money On Energy Costs

    One way to save money on energy costs is with proper roofing insulation. Some may assume they need modern roofing technology or expensive upgrades to see results. While there are many energy-efficient roofing techniques available these days, insulation can help you a great deal without you needing to do too much extra if you don't want to. What Are the Benefits of Proper Roof Insulation? Having the proper insulation beneath the entirety of the roof can do wonders for your energy efficiency.
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  • 3 Reasons To Build Your Home From A Pole Barn

    When you think about constructing a barn on your property, you might think about doing it so that you can use it for a storage building, a shelter for livestock, or a building for keeping vehicles and equipment sheltered from the elements. However, you can actually use a pole barn as the makings of a new home for you and your family. Here are three reasons why you should consider building your home from a pole barn:
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  • Are You Designing A Ranch-Style House?

    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

    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

    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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