March 2016

There are 3 blog entries for March 2016.

Are you ready to build your dream home, or maybe just a beautiful outdoor deck? Then it's time to find a contractor to do the work. Your home is one of your most valuable investments, which is why it is vital for you to pick a dependable and honest contractor to complete the work on your home. Make sure to watch out for these six contractor red flags.

No References

Before you hire a contractor, make sure to check out his or her references. Word of mouth is a strong selling point for contractors looking for repeat business and new business. Reputable contractors will be more than happy to provide you with a list of references from those who were satisfied with the work the contractor did.

Payment Demands

A huge red flag to look out for is a

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Whether you have just had a new roof put on or you are looking for tips to keep your current roof looking brand-new, there are tips you can follow to extend the life of your roof. Many homeowners don't realize that issues with their roof don't always result in leaks or missing shingles. Just like your car needs yearly maintenance and oil changes, your roof needs maintenance as well. Take a look at these five tips to extend the life of your roof.

Keep critters out

The trees surrounding your home act as a highway for critters such as squirrels, mice, rats, opossums and even birds to climb onto your beautiful roof. Roaming critters like raccoons love to nibble and chomp on shingles, which will eventually result in leaks in your roof. By keeping tree

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 According to Tosca Gruber, industrial design may turn out to be one of those real estate trends that ends up sticking around for years to come. There are several reasons why industrial design has gone mainstream. Here are four that signal that this real estate trend has the potential to go from trend to classic.

No. 1: Desire for more open interiors

Over the past decade or more, the spacious, wide-open floor plan has reigned supreme. The typical newly constructed home comes with vaulted ceilings, wide hallways, and seamless kitchens and living and dining rooms.

One reason why industrial design has become a hot new real estate trend is because of the desire for more open interiors. Today's buyers are looking to have the wide-open feel throughout

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