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Top Benefits Of Wood Countertops

3 November 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you've been to kitchen showrooms and looked at photos of different countertop materials, maybe the aesthetic of wood countertops has really caught your eye. But if you've heard that wood can be susceptible to moisture damage, you could be wondering whether the benefits of a wood countertop outweigh the potential downsides. To help you make a more informed decision, here are some of the top benefits you can experience when you install wood countertops. Read More …

FAQs About Having Insulation Blown Into Your Walls

25 October 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have an older home, there may not be any insulation between your walls. This simply was not a standard building practice until the past few decades. Homes without insulation in the walls can be drafty and inefficient. But you can't exactly knock down the walls and unroll insulation between them. Luckily, there's an easier solution. You can hire an insulation contractor to install blown-in insulation between your walls. Here are some questions you may have as you consider this service. Read More …

Benefits Of Buying A Newly Built Home

9 September 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you are looking for a new house, there are some major benefits that can come with purchasing a new home from a developer. Unfortunately, there are new buyers that will often overlook the major benefits that these properties can offer. New Homes May Have A Warranty From The Developer It is often the case that a new home will still be under a warranty from the developer. This can be a major advantage as it will be able to potentially spare you from many of the repairs that you would otherwise have to spend your own money to make with the house. Read More …

Why Closed-Cell Spray Foam Is A Good Choice In Insulation For Your Home

3 May 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Spray foam insulation is a good choice to consider when you need more insulation in your attic and exterior walls. A contractor sprays the foam on and it rolls into cracks and gaps as it hardens. This makes it an effective way to seal your home, as well as add insulation. There are two types of spray foam insulation to choose from: open cell and closed cell. Closed-cell spray foam is often a good choice. Read More …

Protecting Your Home’s Driveway With A Sealant

22 February 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Driveways can be some of the most exposed areas of your property, and while the pavement will be designed to be able to withstand weathering and other types of harsh exposure, the driveway can still benefit from undergoing a sealing process. Can Concrete Benefit From Sealing? Asphalt is one of the most common materials used in driveways, and homeowners may be familiar with the need to have the asphalt sealed. However, they may assume that concrete is hard enough to be able to go without this protection. Read More …