construction--contractors

  • Two Tips To Keep Your Business' Drains From Clogging

    Regardless of the type of business you own, it is likely that your office has at least one sink, and this device likely sees an extensive amount of use on a daily basis. Unfortunately, it is possible for your sink to develop difficult-to-remove clogs that can cause issues with draining it. Luckily, there are a couple of tips you can use that will help keep your business' sink from experiencing these problems.
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  • If You Build It Green, They Will Come

    "Going green" seems to be all the rage. In fact, according to one study, 78% of people choose to buy green products or services. General contractors and home builders have an opportunity to ride the wave of this popularity by building homes that incorporate elements of green living. Let's explore some of the elements that go into building a green home. Sealing and Insulation Proper insulation and sealing is essential when designing a green home.
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  • Mistakes To Avoid When Building A Home

    The number of new homes being built in Canada has increased by 27.4%. If you are thinking of working with a home builder to construct your dream home there are some costly mistakes that you will want to avoid. Being aware of these common mistakes can help you work more productively with your builder to ensure you end up with a home you can be proud of. Mistake #1: Selecting The Wrong Floor Plan
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  • 3 Tips For Saving Money On Your Next Bathroom Remodel

    When it comes time to remodel the bathroom, one of the most worrisome aspects is always the cost of the job and whether or not a remodel is financially feasible. Here are some tips for bathroom remodeling that will keep you from breaking the bank and still leave you with an amazing remodel. Keep Tile To A Minimum Though it is one of the most appealing and popular additions to any remodeling project, tile installations are extremely expensive.
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  • Virtual Tours Provide A Less Expensive and Hassle-Free View Of Available Homes

    Searching for your new home used to be such a hassle. You would get in the car, drive to the homes whose listings you found interesting, talk with a real estate agent, tour the homes, and drive back again. Viewing just three homes usually uses up an entire Saturday. Now, most real estate agencies engage house hunters with virtual tours. You can look at dozens of houses and their interiors all from the comfort of your couch, bed, or favorite armchair.
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  • How To Hang Drywall Like A Pro

    Hanging your own drywall is one of the easiest and most rewarding do-it-yourself projects for many homeowners. Because you can have drywall delivered to your home and rent the tools you need to complete the job, it is also one of the most affordable.  Here are the three simple steps you can use to hang drywall in your home like a pro. Cutting You will first need to measure the space you will be patching, and cut your board to fit.
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  • How To Prepare For An Excavation Of Your Sewer Line

    The excavation of a home sewer line usually requires a machine like a mini-excavator with a professional operator, according to Compact Power Equipment Rental. This procedure also requires preparation which you can perform if you're already proficient in landscaping tasks. The following steps will show you how to get your property ready for excavating your sewer line. Choose the Route Select a route for the sewer line that causes minimal damage to your property.
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