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All too often, home remodeling contractors meet with potential customers, sell them on their services, prepare and execute a contract, take a deposit and then schedule a time to start the work. Although this is all well and good, the follow-up communication between contractor and homeowner can get shifted into neutral, frustrating all parties involved.

Winter is just around the corner and you think you’ve got some roofing issues.  Should you wait until Spring to get a …

Unpredictable energy bills can drive any home owner crazy. You’ve tried everything in an attempt to curb that excessive energy waste. Limiting …

Home renovations are a great way to improve your living space. But not all renovation projects are created equal when it comes …

On HGTV, you see full kitchen remodels completed in a weekend — but that’s not reality. Most kitchen remodeling jobs take 6-8 …

Selecting the right decking material for your new deck can be overwhelming. Hardwood or Pressure Treated wood? Composite or Vinyl? And if …

Should You Build Up? Or Build Out? Many projects we work on involve the planning of additions for homes where the owners …