Common Myths About New Home Construction

Posted on: 9 January 2020

Having a new home built is a desirable idea. Take a look at some of the common myths and the truths you should know before seeking out a contractor for new home construction.  Myth: Paying to build a new home is always more expensive than buying one.  Paying to have a new home built is really not as expensive as most people assume. Yes, an already established home can sometimes be more affordable because its value is based purely on the market value of homes that are similar in design and placement.
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Why Replace Your Aging But Otherwise Healthy Roof?

Posted on: 9 January 2020

A new roof can be a costly investment but one that is very worth it in the end. Your roof can last a very long time, maybe even longer than you even own your home, if you do the things that are necessary to keep your roof in great condition. So, you have an older roof and you think it doesn't need to be replaced anytime soon. While this may be true, there is also something to be said for replacing an older roof even if it's aging well.
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Expanding Foam And Air Leaks: 4 Tips To Help Stop Energy Loss Around Your Home After An Energy Audit

Posted on: 2 December 2019

An energy audit can be a good investment to help stop energy loss, but after it is done, you are going to want to know where improvements are needed. Some improvements may include upgrades to mechanical systems like the HVAC, but there are also simple and affordable home improvements that you can have done. One of these improvements is closed-cell foam, which can be used for insulation and to reduce air leaks.
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Why Use Foundation Forms?

Posted on: 23 September 2019

When it's time to begin building and constructing your new custom home, your contractor will ask you about many different things. You'll be asked to make choices about plumbing issues, HVAC issues, and other components that will combine to make up your house. An early issue that will require discussion is the foundation for the home. You might expect a traditional poured concrete foundation, but it could be possible to use a pre-made foundation form.
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