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Add Hardwood To Your Custom Home To Maxmize The Selling Price

If you want to get the most out of your custom home, you should definitely consider upgrading your flooring. Hardwood flooring can dramatically change the style of each room in your custom home. For some custom home builders, the most important fact is that hardwood flooring adds tremendous value to the property. This is key for builders who plan on selling the properly. Of course, not all hardwood products are the same. Read More 

Reasons Why Switching to a Tankless Water Heater Is Beneficial

If you have been using a standard hot water heating unit to heat the water you use in your home, and it is likely to need to be replaced in the near future due to its age, you may want to consider having a tankless water heater placed instead. There are several reasons why making the switch to a tankless system is a great idea at a time when an older unit is in need of replacement. Read More 

Concrete Demolition: Tips to Help You Choose the Right Demo Tools and How to Dispose of the Old Concrete

Demolition of a concrete pad in your yard requires you to have some knowledge for you to plan for, complete, and clean up after the demolition work. Selecting the right tools and what to do with all the old and broken concrete are two important items to consider. Here are some tips to help you deal with both of these details. Use the Appropriate Equipment Before you begin demolition on an old concrete pad in your yard, make sure you have the right equipment to make the work as easy as possible for you. Read More 

Adopting a Rabbit? Build a Gate in the Front Yard to Give Them Free Roam

Whenever you adopt a pet, you need to transform your home into a place that is ready for them. Rabbits may not be as popular as cats or dogs, but they can still be great companions. You will want to provide them with a hutch for sleeping, eating, and going to the bathroom, and it should be in a climate-controlled area if you live outside of a mild climate as the weather can get too drastic for them to be comfortable. Read More 

3 Ways To Protect Your Windows From Hurricanes

Living in a hurricane-prone area can be scary, but luckily, there are ways that you can help protect your home against these storms. For example, if you are concerned about the possibility of your windows breaking, you should know that you have a few different options for keeping them safe. These are a few ways that you can do so. 1. Invest in Impact Windows Even though this might not be an option if a storm is approaching your area right now, impact windows are worth looking into if you live in an area that is especially at risk of these storms. Read More