Tagged: New Construction

Is Bigger Really Better in Home Construction? Think again.

Housing trends change based on economic factors, technological advances and fluctuations in buyer demographics. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2007, the average home boasted 2,277 square feet of...

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Consumers Must Weigh Advantages Of Asphalt And Concrete When Installing Driveways

Although the end of summer seems light years away from blistering winter winds, it's actually a good time to repair or replace driveways that get chipped away over several seasons. When you replace a...

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Sunrooms With Radiant Heating Extend The Use Of The Room During The Year

For homeowners contemplating the addition of a sunroom , the first rule of construction is the same as in real estate - location, location, location. The goal is to capture as much natural light as...

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The Guide to Finding a Reputable Contractor

We all know that home improvement projects are not always easy to tackle, but that isn’t something to feel discouraged about. As long as you have quality products and a reputable remodeling contractor, the...

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Energy Efficient Upgrades Increase Comfort, Lower Heating And Cooling Costs

Efficiency is a popular term these days, but many people are unsure of exactly what it means, especially when it comes to the home. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, energy efficiency...

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