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6 Trends That Give Garage Doors Curb Appeal

The humble garage door is in something of a renaissance in recent years. Homeowners now place a much bigger emphasis on doors with curb appeal, sentencing the old, white slab doors to the dustbin of history. If you're thinking about contacting a garage door company to discuss a project, you may want to think about these 6 trends that can add considerable curb appeal. Deep Tones and Bright Colors A garage door has traditionally stood out as a while rectangle offset against the paint job of the larger structure. Read More 

Tips for Purchasing Temporary Fence Panels for an Outdoor Event

If you're having an outdoor event and want to enhance its security, you can put up temporary fence panels. They'll create a border around certain areas of the event site. As long as you keep these tips in mind, you can have an easy time ordering said panels.  Make Sure the Base Is Sturdy A huge component of temporary fence panels is the base at the bottom. It needs to be very sturdy so that your temporary fence panels don't topple over. Read More 

Helpful Tips When Purchasing Retail Doors For A Commercial Space

If you have a retail establishment that gets a lot of customers, the doors can take a lot of abuse. At some point, you may need to replace them. This investment can work out in your favor if you keep this advice in mind.  Choose a Style One of the more impactful aspects of retail door investment is style. There are so many options today that it can be pretty intimidating going through everything. Read More 

Are Bigger Gutters a Good Investment for Your Home?

Many different material types for gutters do exist, and most homeowners are aware of some of the basic differences between things like aluminum and vinyl gutters. However, even once you have decided on what type of gutters your home needs, you also have to look at what size the gutters should be. This is where a lot of homeowners tend to get confused. Gutters can be four to six inches wide. Read More 

How To Successfully Run A Construction Company

Running any type of company can be a big financial risk. If you run a construction company, then there are tons of risks that you run into every day. Not only do you typically have to front a lot of the initial costs, but you also have to worry about staffing a bunch of subcontractors. Although there is no foolproof way to keep your business in good standing, there are a few different things that you can do to hopefully help it become more successful. Read More 

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Building A Better Bathroom: Tips For Bathroom Construction

The one challenge I always had with my house was the fact that there was no bathroom on the first floor. Once I reached a point where I had equity in the house, I decided it was time to do some renovations. After working with a local construction contractor to map out the plans for converting the mud room into a first-floor bathroom, I decided to chronicle the entire process. I created this site to do just that in the hopes that reading about my experiences and what I learned may help others decide to tackle that renovation project they've always wanted to do as well.

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6 Trends That Give Garage Doors Curb Appeal
11 August 2020

The humble garage door is in something of a renais

Tips for Purchasing Temporary Fence Panels for an Outdoor Event
26 June 2020

If you're having an outdoor event and want to enha

Helpful Tips When Purchasing Retail Doors For A Commercial Space
29 April 2020

If you have a retail establishment that gets a lot

Are Bigger Gutters a Good Investment for Your Home?
12 March 2020

Many different material types for gutters do exist

How To Successfully Run A Construction Company
22 January 2020

Running any type of company can be a big financial