4 Clear Tips to Consider When Hiring Demolition Contractors

Posted on: 18 September 2017

When people think of demolition, skyscrapers and explosions come to mind. But demolition contractors come in all scales and are more often employed by people doing renovation and repair. Whether you're remodelling your bathroom or hauling away an old mobile home left from the 70's in a lot on your property, a demolition contractor can make a big difference in the time and money you spend on your project. Because construction – particularly home construction – generally takes longer and costs more than initially planned, it's important to keep in mind a simple job like tearing down a bathroom can turn into a months-long endeavour.
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Architectural Details That Revive a Room

Posted on: 15 September 2017

Are you bored with your house? The fault could lie in the lack of architectural detail in your home. Four walls and a floor make a room, but it's the details that make it inviting. With some basic carpentry skills and tools (or a skilled hired architect) you can add a little "Wow!" to your home with these ideas. Replace Trim Survey your rooms: how tall is the baseboard? What kind of trim is around windows or doorways?
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5 Ways to Use Built-In Shelves to Make a Room Feel Larger

Posted on: 12 September 2017

Built-in bookshelves look beautiful, and they can also affect how the room looks overall. If you're working with a residential carpenter to put built-in bookshelves in your home, there are a range of ideas that you may want to consider. If you want the shelves to make the room look bigger, here are some ideas to consider. 1. Opt for Light Colours Light colours always help to make spaces larger. Light bounces off of light colours, and that helps create the appearance of extra space.
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How a Trenchless Drilling Service Can Save You Money & Time

Posted on: 31 August 2017

If you want to install a pipe or a cable how do you do it? Do you dig a long trench, place the pipe into it and then fill the hole in? That approach works well for short distances if there are no obstacles in the way of the trench. What do you do if there are mature trees in the way? Perhaps there is a large concreted area in the path of your trench?
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