A Healthy Roof is A Healthy Home

Posted by Zandra // October 17, 2020

The average homeowners give little thought to their roof until there’s an issue, but consistently maintaining the health of the roof can save you thousands over neglecting it and reacting to the issue after it occurs. Waiting until there’s a problem means costly emergency service and possible damage to the home’s interior. Here are a […]

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Keeping Your Projects and Our Business Safe

Posted by Zandra // October 3, 2020

The construction industry is currently facing a lot of changes that restrict the ways business is done efficiently. In many areas with shelter in place orders, construction is still considered an essential business, often with the caveat that they maintain social distancing guidelines and/or have a maximum staffing size. As a growing company in this […]

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What You Need To Do Before Autumn Season Hits

Posted by Zandra // September 24, 2020

It would be amazing if all you needed to prep your home for fall was hang a wreath and light a bunch of pumpkin spice candles. While yes, those are a crucial part of getting ready for the change of seasons, there are more important (and not exactly fun) preparations that come with being a homeowner. Consider this everything you […]

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Types Of Flooring That You Need To Consider For Your Home

Posted by Zandra // September 6, 2020

Every kind of redesigning or home renovation can be a challenge but nothing compares to an old and worn out floor that is screaming for a change and upgrade. You can replace the paint, cabinets and even the designs in your house, but replacing an entire floor is a much bigger and costlier job. On […]

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Modern Design Tips for your Bathroom

Posted by Zandra // August 30, 2020

The modern design reflects the mid-century decorating style that was prominent in the ‘50s and ‘60s. It has a theme as all other styles do. A central feature of modern decor is minimalism. It is associated with natural materials, neutral or basic colors, geometrical shapes, and little to no decorative flourishes. Modern bathrooms are all […]

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Exterior Remodelling Guide to Homeowners

Posted by Zandra // August 4, 2020

Your home is your refuge. It’s where you build a life, make memories and spend quality time with friends and family. It’s the central hub of your daily experience. Every aspect of it, inside and out, should meet your needs and add to your life, while also providing you with value. The key to successful […]

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Adding a Technology Feature to Your Dream Home

Posted by Zandra // July 21, 2020

It’s 2020, and that means the coolest gadgets are out there to make your life a little bit easier if you decide to commit. There’s all sorts of things out there for your car, your phone, your dog, even your work out. There are also lots of options for your home as well. If you […]

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Advantages of Installing a Tile Backsplash

Posted by Zandra // July 17, 2020

There are many reasons why you should consider installing a backsplash tile in your home. These are the tiles that cover one section of your wall over your stove or sink and having them provide an opportunity for you to give your home a new look without having to make major changes. It really gives […]

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Adding a Style Twist in a Home Remodel

Posted by Zandra // July 8, 2020

Everyone is adding something new to their homes these days, especially with nothing else to do at home during this pandemic. Some homeowners add fresh wallpaper or new flooring to spice up their homes after a renovating dryspell. However, why not be different and add some twist in style to your home to make it […]

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A Quick Guide In Renovating Your Kid’s Room

Posted by Zandra // June 24, 2020

Children’s interior spaces and the look of the whole room should reflect their personal preferences and need for comfort, fun and organization. One of the most important aspects to consider is flexibility.  For example, if you are creating a nursery for your newborn, it’s wise to plan the whole room by having the crib and […]

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