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In Which We All Learn About Construction

Do you know when we first learned the basics about construction? It might sound silly to admit this, but it was not until we had a sun room added onto our home. As the construction workers made plans, sourced materials, and then put up the structure, we were sure to ask a lot of questions and to observe the actions they took. And you know what? We were hooked! From that point on, it has been one of our goals to learn more about construction and contractors. Part of our learning journey has been to create this website and share it with you.


Things To Discuss With Your Insulation Contractor About Getting New Insulation In Your Attic

23 June 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you haven't checked your home's insulation in years, it could be time to bring in an insulation contractor to take a look in your attic. If your home is old, the insulation may be old and not as effective as it could be. A properly insulated attic improves your home's energy efficiency and your energy bills. Here are some things to discuss with an insulation contractor about insulating your attic. Read More …

Retractable Screens Make It Possible To Get Fresh Air Without Bugs

8 June 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a sunroom that leads out onto a deck, you might want to be able to open up the space in between the two sometimes so that you can expand the space that you have to enjoy the world and the outside. The problem is that while the outside can be a lot of fun and incredibly beautiful, it is also full of things like bugs. You don't want to have all those bugs disturbing your enjoyment. Read More …

Building A Home On The Shore? Why You Need To Include Seawall Construction

23 May 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're building your new home on a coastal shoreline, you owe it to yourself to invest in a seawall. You might think that a seawall is a luxury you don't need to invest in right away, but that's not the case. In fact, your new home might not be as safe and secure without one. Not only that, but you might be forced to pay more for your homeowners insurance without a seawall. Read More …

Consider Seamless Gutters for Your Home to Reduce the Risk of Leaking and Water Damage

12 May 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Since your home is a huge financial investment, you want to protect it as best as you can. Preventing water damage is important, and one way to do that is with a gutter system. If your current gutters are old, leaky, or ugly due to age, consider replacing them with seamless gutters. Here's what you need to know about seamless gutters and how they protect your home. How the 2 Types of Gutters Compare Read More …

Are Custom Kitchen Cabinets Worth The Extra Cost?

26 April 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have decided to remodel your kitchen, one big decision you'll have to make is the kind of cabinetry to go with. Typically, cabinets come in a wide variety of materials, styles, designs, and finishes, making this decision incredibly challenging. However, one proven way to get the results you're looking for is to opt for custom kitchen cabinets. These are typically built on-site, so everything is customized according to your needs and preferences. Read More …