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Should I Hire a Handyman or a Contractor?

When tackling projects around the house, some items should always be left to professionals. If you can’t complete a project alone, you may want to consider hiring a handyman or a contractor. However, you might be wondering, “Should I hire a handyman OR a contractor?” Although they work in similar capacities, handymen and contractors are not the same thing, and it is important to consider their differences when making the decision on who you should hire.

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2018 Fall Remodeling Tips

School is back in session nd the mornings are starting to have that beautiful crisp fall feeling. Now that the heat of summer has passed, it may be time to start thinking about the projects you’ve been putting off. What better time is there to tackle them now, and have a gorgeous new kitchen or bathroom to show off to your guests when the holidays roll around? Here are some fresh 2018 fall remodeling tips to help you get started.

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Spring Home Addition Ideas

As daylight hours increase and the weather warms up after a long, cold winter, you may be itching to get outside. With the Spring season in full swing, rain and allergy seasons and those pesky bugs will be returning shortly. Thankfully, there are a few additions you can make to your home that allow you to get outside while protecting you and your furniture from the elements. Plus an added bonus – they will most likely raise the value of your home! Here is a guide to help you find the home addition that fits your lifestyle.

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Using Recycled Material In Your Home

The movement to reduce, re-use and recycle has grown considerably, especially when it comes to building and renovating homes. More appliances aim to conserve water and energy, and many companies are using repurposed materials to reduce waste. Some home décor styles have even evolved out of this movement – minimalist, rustic and bohemian.

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Home Additions and Hidden Cost

Additions – How it is done, things you need and hidden cost you did not know about.

Everyone knows that you need a building permit, but did you know to get one you need a physical survey. Sometimes they even want a new one, meaning current. If you live in a Flood Zone you must have a Flood Certificate (a current one) that tells the city how high above the base flood plain you are. Being in a Flood Zone brings into play additional rules and regulations.

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