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Never Settle for a Home You Don't Love


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Never Settle for a Home You Don't Love

When I was finally ready to purchase my first home after I graduated from college and found a stable job, I was on a tight budget. I settled for a house that was "good enough" for the time-being, but knew that in the future I would move to a larger one. Once I met my wife and she moved in, we thought about moving but loved the location of our home and had made great friends with the neighbors. For years, we thought we had "to settle" with the home we had since we didn't want to move, but recently, we decided to have several of our rooms remodeled. We are now in love with our home and think everyone should live in a home they love! We decided to start a blog to share what we learned about home construction and remodeling during the process!

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3 Tips For Using Icfs When Building Your New Home
1 February 2019

The comfort and efficiency of your new home will d

4 Reasons You Need To Upgrade Your Construction Software
21 December 2018

If your construction business has grown in the pas

Are You Building An Outdoor Kitchen?
10 November 2018

Do you enjoy entertaining friends and family membe

3 Things To Know About Temporary Fencing
26 September 2018

Temporary fencing can be useful for a wide variety

3 Eco-Friendly Upgrades You Should Consider For Your Home Today
1 August 2018

Looking to impress neighbors and visitors, or just

3 Tips For Using Icfs When Building Your New Home

The comfort and efficiency of your new home will depend largely upon the design and the quality of the construction materials used. Insulated concrete forms (ICFs) can provide your new home with added protection against heat transfer. This improves your home's efficiency and can significantly reduce your utility bills in the future. There are some tips that you need to keep in mind when opting to use ICFs to construct your next residence. Read More 

4 Reasons You Need To Upgrade Your Construction Software

If your construction business has grown in the past few years, and you're still using the same computer program for your record keeping, it's time to make a change. That old program may have served its purpose in the beginning, but it's not going to do you justice now that you've expanded your enterprise. When you're in the construction business, you need to keep your records as accurate as possible. You can't do that without the right software. Read More 

Are You Building An Outdoor Kitchen?

Do you enjoy entertaining friends and family members in your back yard? Perhaps you are known as a master chef as you have great recipes that you create on your grill. If that's the case, you might be interested in building an outdoor kitchen. From arranging for masonry services to adding equipment to your outdoor kitchen, here are some ideas that might help you.  Masonry Services Consider the type of flooring you will have for your outdoor kitchen even before you contact a mason to do the work. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Temporary Fencing

Temporary fencing can be useful for a wide variety of different applications. Temporary fencing can be used around construction sites and housing sites. It can be used around areas that are damaged and need to be repaired. It can also be used around special events and temporary sites. As the nature of temporary fencing is that it doesn't have to stay in place forever, it makes sense to rent temporary fencing instead of buying it in most circumstances. Read More 

3 Eco-Friendly Upgrades You Should Consider For Your Home Today

Looking to impress neighbors and visitors, or just make your home and property more comfortable and inviting for household members? The following are a few eco-friendly upgrades you can make to help get the job done: Install Outdoor Solar Lights You can easily upgrade your home without putting more strain on your household's carbon footprint by installing outdoor solar lights throughout your property. This will help ensure that you and your family can spend comfortable, quality time outside even at night, no matter what time of year it is. Read More