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Which Flooring Is Right for Your Home Remodel?

Which Flooring Is Right for Your Home Remodel?

Decisions, decisions, decisions. They seem never-ending when remodeling a home, especially the decision of flooring. It’s understandable, after all—the wrong paint choice is easy enough to replace, but if you don’t like the flooring, it’s a bit more disruptive to…

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How an ADU Can Add Value to Your Home

How an ADU Can Add Value to Your Home

Whether you’re looking for ways to bring in extra income, begin investing in real estate, or are interested in increasing the useable space and value of your home, an ADU is a perfect addition to any property. Let’s discuss what…

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The Different Types of Decks

The Different Types of Decks

Spring has sprung and it’s time to start getting outside. Decks are the perfect option for staying home and getting out. When it’s time to decide about what kind of deck you need for your home, be sure to check…

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How To Hire a Contractor for a Home Addition

How To Hire a Contractor for a Home Addition

If you’re planning a home addition, it’s more than likely something you’ve had planned for a while. You can picture it exactly how you want it, and now it’s time to put that vision into someone else’s hands. Where to…

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Top Considerations for a Kitchen Remodel

Top Considerations for a Kitchen Remodel

The kitchen is used more than any other area of a home. Of course, we all want ours to fit our lifestyle and feel comfortable and welcoming. Remodeling is a great option to give you the kitchen of your dreams…

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Quartz vs. Granite Composite: What To Choose

Quartz vs. Granite Composite: What To Choose

Decisions, decisions… Choosing between quartz and granite composite for a countertop is one of the toughest things to do when you’re building or remodeling. Counters are permanent features that you can’t swap out weekly. Understanding the differences between the two…

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COVID-19 Response

We know that current circumstances have impacted everyone and we have all spent quite a bit of time at home lately (that is why you are here, that project just cannot wait any longer!). We want you to know that we are open and here to help. We are very grateful that our entire staff and their families have remained healthy. Supporting our staff and all of our subcontractors by keeping them employed and safe is our top priority. Thank you for considering us for your project and rest assured we are complying fully with all guidelines set forth by the state and OSHA. We look forward to serving you.