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Small Details To Address During The Construction Of Your New Home

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Having a home built provides you with the ability to play a key role in deciding how the residence will look when it’s finished. Instead of moving into a previously built home and having to make a long list of desired changes, your new home will already have the flooring, wall colors, and countertop material that you desire. You’ll find that there are a number of small details that are easier to address when the home is under construction instead of focus on completing them afterward. Read More»

Cleaning Up And Recovering From A Fire On Your Home

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Any fire in your home, whether it be small or large, is going to leave you with damage that can extend beyond the actual fire. When the fire is extinguished, the water used causes damage, the smoke the fire produces causes damage, and the heat of the fire can cause damage to your home and furnishings. Cleaning up after a fire takes a lot of time, is very labor intensive, and may require the help of a professional cleanup service, such as C & Z Construction. Read More»

3 Great Services That A Tractor Service Can Provide For You

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If you have a big project that is likely going to require the use of a tractor, it can be an excellent choice to hire a tractor service to help you out. This article will discuss 3 great services that a tractor service can provide for you.  Grading  When it comes to building a home, putting in landscaping, installing a fence, etc., it is crucial that you have level ground before you begin the installation process. Read More»

Is Vinyl Siding Or Fiber Cement Siding The Best Option?

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Whether you want to replace your current siding or you need to install siding on a home you’ve recently built, it’s important to choose a material for your siding the fits your needs. Data compiled by the US Census Bureau has indicated the vinyl siding is the number one exterior wall material, and it has been for approximately 20 years. However, more and more people have started to choose fiber cement siding instead of vinyl. Read More»

How To Replace A Damaged Garage Panel

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Have you ever accidentally hit your garage door with your car bumper? If so, the affected panel will not look very good. But, having just one damaged garage panel is no reason to completely change your garage doors. In fact, you can affordably replace a single garage panel quite easily. This article explains how to change overhead garage doors with aluminum panel framing. This type of garage door is very common in residential construction, so these instructions will be helpful to many homeowners. Read More»