Home Renovation Tips

4 Dos And Don'ts To Keep In Mind When Hiring Commercial Contractors

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If you are about to start a commercial construction project, there will be a number of decisions to be made. The first decision will be choosing a commercial contractor, such as one from Thompson Builders, to head up the entire project. Now, this is probably the most important decision since this person is going to be in charge of everything – next to you, of course. Here are a few dos and don’ts as you begin your search of a commercial contractor: Read More»

Preparing To Drill And Enjoy A Water Well

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If you are planning on putting a water well on your property, there is a lot of planning and preparation that is going to go into the process. There needs to be an aquifer with a good flow rate and a regular static water level. These are all things that will need to be learned before the drilling occurs. While the odds of drilling a dry well are very low, a high producing water well is the goal. Read More»

Thinking About Building A Deck? Consider The Materials First

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If you have decided that you want to have a deck of some sort, it is not as simple as grabbing some lumber and nailing it together. Before you head to the lumber or hardware store, make sure you know what material you want to use for it. Consider your weather, where the deck will be located, and how it is going to be used. Here is some information about the different decking materials to help you decide. Read More»

Stages Of Tiny Home Buying Research

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Tiny home buying research can be a little bit different than a traditional home buying decision. It comes with a few unique stages of research and planning to determine the feasibility of the project. Here are some things to do if you’re considering building a tiny home. Pricing the Home The first step would be to price the building costs of the home. Some companies provide all that you need to get up and running in their tiny home kits. Read More»

Replace Damaged Asphalt Shingles That Are On Your Garage's Rooftop

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If a few damaged asphalt shingles located near the edge of your garage’s rooftop have resulted in water leaking through the roof whenever it rains, remove the affected roofing materials by completing the directions that are listed below. After restoring the roof, maintain the shingles by routinely inspecting them for signs of damage and removing loose debris and hardened residue from their surface. Materials extension ladder harness power nail puller putty knife vinyl tarp water hose scrub brush asphalt shingles roofing cement standard paintbrush roofing nails cordless nail gun Remove Damaged Shingles And Cement Read More»