Adding A Dock To Your Waterfront Property

4 August 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you own a boat or other type of watercraft and live on a body of water, a dock can be an important upgrade to make to your yard. While docks are fairly common sights along the coasts of bodies of water, homeowners may be misinformed about what adding and owning a dock will involve. Myth: All Docks Need A Large Number Of Support Poles Installed Individuals may assume that a dock will need to have numerous structural supports poles that will anchor it ot the floor of the body of water. Read More 

Planning To Sell Your Home? Fix Foundation Issues Now

15 June 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're planning to sell your home soon and have discovered foundation problems, get those fixed before you sell. While it's not uncommon to find houses for sale that need work done, including on the foundation, this is a route you don't want to take unless you have no choice and need to sell fast. The foundation of your home is literally and figuratively the foundation: not only is it the physical base on which your house sits, but the state of the foundation determines whether your house is stable or not. Read More 

Why Should I Build A Custom Home?

24 April 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you decide your home needs an upgrade, there are plenty of options out there: custom homes, spec homes, pre-built and move-in ready, remodels, etc. Of course, it all depends on your budget, but if you have some wiggle room and your top priority is living in a home that meets all your needs, here are a few of the top reasons why you should choose a custom home as your top option. Read More 

Your Guide To Building A Custom Home Suitable For Caregiving

3 March 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

It's increasingly common for family members to take care of aging family members or loved ones with disabilities at home, in hopes of delaying the point at which they must live in a nursing home or long-term care facility. To make it easier to care for your family members (or enable someone to care for you), consider building a custom home that's conducive to caregiving. Here are a few things to keep in mind when designing your home. Read More 

Designing Your New Home? 4 Reasons You Need Waterproof Laminate Flooring

17 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

One of the great things about building your own home is that you get to individualize every aspect of the design, including the flooring. If you're in the process of choosing the flooring, you might think that you need to choose different flooring for each room of the house. However, that's not the case, especially when you choose waterproof laminate flooring. One of the great things about laminate flooring is that it comes in a wide variety of color and design options, which means you can get a different look throughout the house. Read More