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Have The Ugly House On The Block? 3 Signs That Point To Yes

Construction & Contractors Blog

It's a hard reality to face, but acceptance is the first step towards success. So, it might be time to face the fact that your home needs a little work. Okay, a lot of work. Homeowners can sometimes invest so much time and money into the interior spaces that they completely forget about the exterior. If this is a mistake you've made over the years, your home might hold the unspoken title of ugliest house on the block.

17 July 2017

3 Tips For Painting A Historic Victorian Home

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Owning a Victorian house is a special opportunity to care for a piece of history and have a unique place to call home. But it can come with its own design challenges. Victorian homes, for example, feature interesting interior and exterior designs that cry out for a careful hand in painting them. If you're considering how to paint a house of this era, here are 3 must-know tips. Historic Palettes. Many paint companies offer a line of "

29 December 2016

Septic Systems That Improve Water Consumption And Environmental Impact

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Many homes need to have a septic system, which acts as a sewage treatment plant for plumbing in your home. The conventional septic system consists of a tank and a drainage field. The conventional design is not always the best solution and can sometimes have a negative impact on the environment. Here are some septic system solutions that can reduce environmental impact, as well as reduce water consumption: 1. Mound Systems That Help Raise the Drain Field Above the Water Table

6 December 2016

Air Conditioning Maintenance You Should Perform to Prepare for Winter

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The changing of the seasons means that it is time for homeowners to get their homes prepared for cooler weather.  Of course, one of the main elements of your home that will need to be transitioned is your air conditioning and heating system. If winter is soon approaching, you may be wondering what, if anything, you should do to prepare your air conditioning for the upcoming cold weather. Get to know some of the air conditioning maintenance steps that you should take to ensure that your air conditioner is ready for the winter so that you can get started as soon as possible.

6 October 2016

Cooling Your House Without An Expensive Air Conditioner

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Do you live in a house without an air conditioner? Do you wish that you could get your home to cool down at least at night, but you don't want the added expense of a large air conditioning unit? While many modern homes have air conditioners installed, older homes that were built before air conditioners became popular and commonplace can seem to be out of luck. Fortunately, there are other methods of cooling your home that don't involve an expensive air conditioning unit.

16 September 2016

Important Reasons Why Sewer Cleaning Should Be Done Yearly

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Are you the new owner of a house? Are you making a list of things that need to be done regularly in order to keep everything running smoothly? While you may already know about changing air filters or putting up storm shutters to protect your windows, there are other tasks that are less obvious. One of these things that should be done is to have your sewers inspected and cleaned out every year.

26 August 2016

3 Tips To Prevent Your Cat From Scratching Your Screen Door

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Even if your cat is very well-behaved, there is a chance that it is tempted to jump at and scratch your screen door. After all, bugs might land on the screen door and trigger your cat's hunting instinct, and there is also something about mesh screens that make them ultra-appealing for cats that are looking to sharpen their claws. Luckily, it is possible for cats and screen doors to co-exist; just follow these three tips to help keep your kitty away from your screen door.

6 August 2016

When You Need To Repave Your Asphalt Parking Lot

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If you own property with a parking lot, you might come to a point when you have to decide whether you need to repair and seal it, or have the pavement redone completely. There are some cases where sealing is no longer going to cut it, and you need to hire a professional paving company to come in and repave the parking lot. The following includes information about when you need to have the parking lot repaved.

23 July 2016

Why You Might Want To Have Impact Windows Installed In Your Home

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If you are getting ready to have your residential windows replaced, you might want to consider replacing them with impact windows. To help you decide if this would be the best option for you, you will want to check out the following benefits. They Can Save You Money The impact windows are great for reflecting the sun away from your house instead of absorbing all of that heat. This means that you will not have to spend as much money to keep your house at a comfortable temperature during the hot summer months.

6 July 2016

Two Signs That It's Time To Service Your Septic Tank

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Your septic tank is one of the most important parts of your household plumbing system.  It separates the liquid and solid waste that exits your home so that the wastewater can be absorbed into the drain field.  However, because the septic tank is typically hidden underground, it can be difficult to know when there's something wrong with it.  Learning more about the signs of septic tank problems can help you determine if you should have your unit serviced as soon as possible.

20 June 2016