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Why Carry Out A Residential Energy Audit

29 June 2021
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Construction & Contractors, Blog

It's important for homeowners to understand the factors contributing to the comfort and functionality of their homes. An extensive energy audit of your home points out the specific improvements you can make to boost the house's energy efficiency. You need a room-by-room energy assessment to figure out how much energy your household currently consumes and what you can adjust to reduce energy loss. Continue reading to learn the issues a home energy assessment would help you solve.
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4 Reasons To Choose Basement Waterproofing Services

22 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Buying a home is one thing but maintaining it in good condition is another. Whether it's planned or unplanned renovation, you shouldn't gamble with the risk factors that can cause minor or major imperfections, which can be costly in the future. Basement waterproofing is a technique that involves sealing openings in the basement structure to prevent water infiltration. Before you consider this technique, there are several things to keep in mind.
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Advice For Homeowners Working With Spray Foam Insulation

18 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Adding spray foam insulation is an important upgrade to consider because of its energy-efficient nature, ability to keep pests out of certain spaces, and user-friendly application. If you are working with spray foam insulation yourself, these installation tips should be looked at before you get started. Test a Small Amount Before Larger Application Once you've found a spray foam insulation product, it's a good idea to test it out in small batches before applying it to a large area in your home.
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Regular Chimney Cleaning Is Important For Reducing The Risk Of A Home Fire

16 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you haven't used your fireplace in a long time and you're thinking of starting it up again, be sure to have an inspection and cleaning done first. If your chimney hasn't been used, there might even be birds or other animals living in it. Even if the chimney is free of debris, it still needs the sides cleaned to reduce the risk of fire. Here are some things to know about getting your fireplace and chimney cleaned.
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4 Sure-Fire Ways to Ensure Your Roof Lasts

14 June 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your roof helps to protect your home. In order for your roof to last for a long time, it is important to know how to take care of it properly.  Way #1: Get a Regular Inspection First, you will want to work with a local roofing company that offers annual inspections. During an annual inspection, your local roofing contractor will look for signs of wear and damage. They will document any wear or damage they find and let you know how they can fix it.
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When you build something, you want to use good materials that won't deteriorate within years of use. You also want to ensure the item is build properly so that its very construction does not cause it to fail. These two steps — choosing the right materials and building something properly — are actually both really big things to tackle. That's why construction workers have to know so much. Their jobs involve a lot of detail and nuance, from the design phase all of the way down to the finishing. This blog is no replacement for hands-on construction experience, but it is a good place to learn about the basics.

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