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Take Good Care Of Your Car Lot's Asphalt Surface

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If you have seen parking lots that have spots on their surface, there is a good chance that the property owners have had the pavement patched instead of resurfaced and sealed. If the grand opening celebration for your used car lot will be held next week, get serious about maintaining your property so that the asphalt lot will retain a smooth surface that is a rich black color. Separate The Used Cars From The Visitor Parking Area Read More»

Why Decorative Concrete?

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If you are trying to decide on the right flooring to have installed in your home, you may not have thought about going with decorative concrete yet. This is due to interior decorative concrete only recently gaining a good amount of traction due to all its benefits. Here are some of the reasons why you may want to opt for decorative concrete for your home’s interior flooring needs. Decorative concrete can look like other types of flooring Read More»

Common Mistakes That Ruin Your Home Construction Project

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Having a custom home constructed can be very exciting. However, you do not want your experience to be ruined when you make these common mistakes when designing your custom home.  Once you know what to expect, you’ll be able to have the perfect home built by a custom home contractor. Having the Developer Do All the Work When you are building a custom home, it’s important that you make sure that you don’t expect the developer to give you all of the answers. Read More»

Seven Excavation Recommendations

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Rock excavation is sometimes necessary if you’re planning pools, ponds, trenches or other activities on your home’s property. However, the project is more involved than simply digging into the soil and removing rocks. Excavation recommendations like these are worth your thought to ensure rocks are removed without creating more damage or trouble. Recheck Boundaries Even if nothing would make you immediately question the boundaries where you’re excavating those rocks, rechecking is wise. Read More»

3 Signs It's Time To Replace Your Attic Insulation

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Insulation in the attic is important for a number of reasons. Unfortunately, many older homes either don’t have insulation the attic or the insulation has outlived its expected lifespan. If you live in an older home, it’s important to have an insulation contractor inspect the attic to ensure there is insulation and that it is doing the job it’s meant to do. Here are a few signs that it’s probably time to add or replace your attic insulation. Read More»