Building Advice from a Seasoned Woodworker

4 Situations That Require a Permit for Tree Removal

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If there is a tree on your property that you want removed either because it is potentially dangerous to the structure of your home or because it does not add any appeal to your home, then you will want to know how to do so safely. Although you may feel comfortable removing the tree on your own, there are certain situations that require a permit and the use of professionals. Here are four situations when you must have a permit in order to go through with tree removal. Read More»

2 Reasons To Consider Utilizing Custom Stonework For Your Home

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One of the best ways to decorate the interior or exterior of your home is custom stonework, mostly because of the aesthetic appeal and beauty that it can provide. Listed below are two reasons to consider utilizing custom stonework when decorating your home or property. Can Be Used In A Variety Of Ways A major reason to utilize custom stonework is that it is extremely versatile and can be used in a large number of ways. Read More»

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Brick Siding

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Brick siding is an alternative siding option for your home that offers a number of distinctive features when compared to more traditional options, such as vinyl or metal siding. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages that brick siding gives to your home can help you more easily decide if brick siding is the right fit for your home. Advantages of Brick Siding Durability: Brick is a highly durable material that is easily able to withstand inclement weather and physical damage. Read More»

Guide To Low-Flow Toilets: Understanding And Cleaning Your Eco-Friendly Toilets

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From cleaning up your yard and replacing worn carpet to staining the deck and repairing broken doors, it is easy to see the overwhelming nature of owning a home. While some tasks are necessary to improve your home’s function and appeal, others can help you live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Installing new toilets may not seem like a worthwhile task, but low-flow models can reduce your home’s water usage. Unfortunately, you may not be familiar with these water-conserving toilets. Read More»

How To Evaluate A Home Remodel Contractor's Portfolio

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There are plenty of tips on the Internet about how to hire a good home remodel contractor. All of them talk about that contractor’s portfolio, but they skip over one vital step–how do you evaluate a home remodeling contractor’s portfolio in the first place? If you don’t know what a good remodel looks like, those photographs won’t mean much to you when choosing a contractor. Here are some things to look for. Read More»