Tips For Starting A Demolition Company

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Did you perform a few minor demolition jobs and want to venture into making a living in the industry? If so, you must determine the type of demolition jobs that you want to perform for customers, as it will give you an idea of the type of equipment that is needed. You might also want to consider offering additional services to increase your income potential. Finding out if you need a permit or license should be done in case they are required as per the laws in your state.

4 April 2018

Why You Shouldn't Cut Corners On The Foundation When Building A Home

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If you are in the process of building a home, you might be excited to see the walls go up and to see all of your chosen decorative elements added. However, even though it might seem like the boring part, one of the main things that you should focus on during the building process is ensuring that your new home has the right foundation. These are a few reasons why you will not want to try to cut corners on the foundation and why you should put ample time and money into ensuring that your foundation is done right.

22 February 2018

3 Important Tasks A Professional Property Manager Will Handle With Your Rental Property

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When you own a rental property, living your life and working a full-time job can take up quite a bit of time, not leaving much time to devote to handling your rental property. Hiring a professional property manager to handle the task can be a smart move to free up your extra time and handle your tenants and your property efficiently. Here are three important tasks your professional property manager can complete for you.

10 January 2018

Have A Home That's Hard To Keep Warm? Consider Adding A Radiant Heating System Under A Few Of The Floors In Your Home

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When you have a large house, heating it can be quite expensive. Open floor plans and vaulted ceilings are all the rage, but these design aspects make for a lot of open space in a home, which makes keeping them warm extremely difficult. A great option to consider when your home is hard to keep warm is a radiant floor heating system. The system pumps hot water through tubes under the flooring that warms the floors and creates heat at the same time.

1 December 2017

A Closer Look At Common Reasons Building Permit Applications Are Delayed

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In the construction business, there is a lot of planning and preparation done before the first piece of equipment ever gets delivered to the work site. Part of that process is applying for the appropriate building permits. As the owner of a construction business, you could spend a lot of time on filing for and obtaining these permits that will allow you to move forward with a planned project. Unfortunately, it is quite common for the applications for building permits to be delayed, which in turns slows down your work plans.

30 October 2017

3 Ways To Prepare Your Chimney For Winter

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Chimneys are designed to draw smoke and toxic gases out of your home and dispel them safely into the surrounding environment. If your chimney falls into disrepair, your family could face serious health and safety hazards. Caring for your home's chimney is critical when it comes to ensuring fireplaces remain functional architectural elements. Here are three things that you should be doing to ensure your chimney is prepared to perform properly throughout the coming winter.

25 September 2017

3 Things To Remember When Cleaning Your Vinyl Siding

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Cleaning your vinyl siding can be a good way to make the exterior of your home look great. However, there are certain things that you will want to remember if you want to make the most out of it. These are three things to remember when cleaning your vinyl siding, whether you choose to use a pressure washer or a water hose with a long brush: 1. Look for Potential Repair Issues

1 September 2017